This view of the kitchen catches a glimpse of the dining room, and shows a pocket doorway into the adjacent game room. The hutch creates an informal divider between the kitchen and the dining space. All of these elements, from the circular island, to the chandelier over the dining table, including the doorway, and the dining table with chairs, were designed and built in our shop. Each demonstrates the capabilities and vision of a custom designer, well versed in the arts of the cabinetmaker. The creation of a custom kitchen is more than a limited concern with cabinet boxes and their layout around four walls. Great custom work flows seamlessly through adjoining areas of a home.
A knowledgeable appreciation of design traditions allows reinterpretation, and entices our creativity in new directions. Revisiting our design heritage honors those who passed before us, but need not involve slavishly retreading their paths.
Primary wood species are sycamore and shedua.
Charles Renee Macintosh was a wonderful architect who brought to homes objects and features which enriched our perspectives and our daily living. We draw upon his work for inspiration for the those few who truly appreciate the design sensitivity of this great architect. Jaeger & Ernst cabinetmakers seek custom work: call 434-973-7018, www.JaegerAndErnst.com Project # 6425.2 Photographer: Phillip Beaurline