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Gigantic Kitchen

Listing #3208   Listed on: 03/25/2011

Company Name: Hostetler Custom Cabinetry

Contact Name:   Chris Hostetler
I just got some pictures in of the kitchen on a whole house project we recently completed. My favorite parts are the hutch and 2" oak island table top.

Here is a video of the whole project.

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2 36" sub zero fridge/ freezer

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Ari     [03/25/2011]
AMAZING! Could you tell me what product you used for the exterior copper finish?. Looking at the pics, looks like many things were built as one entire piece. Were your moldings cut on site?

Posted By: chris hostetler     [03/25/2011]
The copper product is Luminore. It's an incredible product but it is expensive and it has a bit of a learning curve.

Posted By: chris hostetler     [03/26/2011]
You are correct about lots of big pieces. We did exactly as you thought - bring in big pieces and trim it out with the finished trim on-site.

Posted By: Harry DeVrieze     [03/26/2011]
Personally I can't take the color. However the details are great. Nice design. Great work.

Harry DeVrieze

Posted By: Sara T     [10/20/2011]
What color did you use on the Hutch? It is a beautiful shade of blue!

Posted By: Heather     [01/22/2012]
Could you please tell me the brand of the hutch? It is amazing.

Posted By: chris hostetler     [01/22/2012]
The color of the hutch is a light blue (I'll have to find the exact color match) with M.L. Campbell tobacco and black glaze. We made the hutch in our shop. We can build anything you can imagine so let me know if there is something in particular you are looking for.

Posted By: bryant     [05/15/2016]
What color did you use for the hutch

Posted By: Gerry     [07/19/2022]
What are the dimensions of the hutvh?

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