The upper cabinets also feature a furniture leg detail which mimics the design on the lower cabinets.
"These little details were discovered in my collection of historic cabinetry pattern books."
The frame and panel sides are blind screwed to the face frame. The panels are made with oak plywood.
—Brent Hull is a Historic carpentry and design expert. His book, Building a Timeless House in an Instant Age is available all over the place. His company, Hull Historical is located in Fort Worth, Texas.
The upper cabinets feature glass panels and custom LED lighting.
The custom tongue and groove beadboard on the ceiling (oak) ties the space together. Oak HVAC supply grates were supplied and installed by the HVAC technician.
A cabinet base with furniture feet wraps the toe kick, blending into the antique wide-plank oak floor.
Panels cover all of the appliances—dishwasher, refrigerator, range hood fastened through the back with screws.
The cabinets are finished with catalyzed lacquer.
Furniture-grade cabinetry with simple joinery
This custom white oak kitchen was designed, built, and installed by @HullHistorical. We discovered it on Hull Histortorical's Instagram page.
The island is capped with a maple butcher block and the counters over the other cabinets are stainless steel.
The scope of work included designing the stairs, bunk beds, custom furniture, pool table, and trim details throughout the house.