For this job we installed the cabinets, the pulls, the range hood, and the sink. We also installed the crown molding using 23 gauge micro pins which are nearly invisible while standing in the kitchen. The sink needed custom framing to hold it up. It was set on hidden 2×4 material with screws and liquid nail to fasten the horizontal framing in place. The cabinet wine rack came separately from the upper cabinet but it was joined with the cabinet very naturally. The picture to the right is also a very custom piece. The cabinet company sent four doors and the 1×4 material. The doors had to be strapped together using brackets on the back side to appear and open like two large doors. The doors were then placed on a custom frame to fit the pantry and crown molding was ran across the top of the frame to match the cabinets. The cabinet pulls were then drilled out and installed according to the homeowner’s specific preferences on spacing.

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