For an instant upgrade, Henderson recommends flooding the space with as much light—natural and artificial—as possible. “There is nothing worse than cooking in a dimly lit area,” Henderson says. “ | archdigest.com
Dawn Whyte of Design by Dawn of Petoskey Michigan sent us this picture of one of her recent jobs. The countertop is American Black Walnut, 1 1/2 thick with our Durakryl 102 finish and sports a very beautiful ogee edge. Dawn has used our tops on many occasions and we are always very impressed by the way she makes them look right at home. We cannot imagine a more cozy kitchen than this one in Good Hart Michigan.
#Kitchen #Sink This kitchen has a great Farmhouse Sink.