Mozambique Kitchen

Made with figured Mozambique wood and black soapstone countertops. This modern kitchen concept is a beautiful social space with built-in preparation sink, a pull out pantry.
The modern kitchen has flat panel doors and appliance panels. It has stunning wood grain that runs floor to ceiling, thus creating a warm, clean and efficient social space. The kitchen has a stunning pocket door pantry that hosts a prep sink and push to open drawers. The space also includes a full depth pull out with adjustable shelving. The Mozambique wood is figured with hints of blonde sapwood that give the space some color variation and show the woods natural look.

The story behind the space is it was a brand new custom stained grey kitchen, very muted and lifeless. The client made a decision to remove and donate the grey cabinets and hire Walsh Woodworks to bring some life into the kitchen. We certainly made a statement and this space as it radiates warm vibrant energy. The craziest part about this project was it was built in my old workshop that was a barn and not large enough to assemble the full height of the main elevation. It wasn’t until the installation that I saw everything come together as one. When finished we had perfect 1/8” reveals and 10’ tall vertical grain chase from the baseboard through the doors and into the crown. That is the fun part about using veneers and going completely furniture grade custom.

Mozambique Kitchen

Made with figured Mozambique wood and black soapstone countertops. This modern kitchen concept is a beautiful social space with built-in preparation sink, a pull out pantry.
The modern kitchen has flat panel doors and appliance panels. It has stunning wood grain that runs floor to ceiling, thus creating a warm, clean and efficient social space. The kitchen has a stunning pocket door pantry that hosts a prep sink and push to open drawers. The space also includes a full depth pull out with adjustable shelving. The Mozambique wood is figured with hints of blonde sapwood that give the space some color variation and show the woods natural look.

The story behind the space is it was a brand new custom stained grey kitchen, very muted and lifeless. The client made a decision to remove and donate the grey cabinets and hire Walsh Woodworks to bring some life into the kitchen. We certainly made a statement and this space as it radiates warm vibrant energy. The craziest part about this project was it was built in my old workshop that was a barn and not large enough to assemble the full height of the main elevation. It wasn’t until the installation that I saw everything come together as one. When finished we had perfect 1/8” reveals and 10’ tall vertical grain chase from the baseboard through the doors and into the crown. That is the fun part about using veneers and going completely furniture grade custom.

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