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Oak and painted kitchen

Here is a kitchen I did this year, its a shaker oak and painted kitchen.
Few curved units.

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You do the curved doors or sub them out?

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Very nice work. The oak island a curved sections really stand out nicely.
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You do the curved doors or sub them out?
I do them myself out of solid stock, and make up as a 5 piece door, although I'm thinking of laminating the curved rails in the future.
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That's a beautiful kitchen. I like how bright it is. You do fine looking work sir.
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I do them myself out of solid stock, and make up as a 5 piece door, although I'm thinking of laminating the curved rails in the future.
Very nice, how about the panels, laminated or cut out

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Very nice, how about the panels, laminated or cut out
Panels on a painted kitchen are laminated, 2 x 5mm moisture resistant MDF
on a timber kitchen then they would be laminated veneers on a bendy ply.
and on a raised and fielded door they have to be solid which to be frank is a pain in the arse.
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Great design and execution! I love the gray with that oak. Was this your design? That oven is super cool too.
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Nice job Senior,
beautiful kitchen.
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Great design and execution! I love the gray with that oak. Was this your design? That oven is super cool too.
Yes, our design. The oven is an AGA don't know if you have them in the states?

The trend in handmade kitchens over here is very simple, shaker doors, flat frames, lots of painted kitchens and the most popular wood at present is walnut, some oak, but it's probably 5 years since I used maple or sycamore.
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I LOVE IT! The island is a beautiful contrast! I just love the soft touch it brings to the kitchen, the design, craftsmanship is perfect. Keep the photos coming from future projects!

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Wow, now that's a nice looking kitchen. Awesome work.

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