A kitchen design that consists of two parallel counters, one with two of the three work triangle appliances and the other with one.
A hardware style where two rails support the drawer. Almost all modern drawers have galley rails.
A glass rack can be placed under any wall cabinet but is usually mounted under a wine rack. It holds wine, champagne and brandy glasses as well as any other type of stemware.
The act of adding thin layers of color to make wood more shiny and glossy or for two-toned contrast.
See Drawer Guides.
A finish that adds shine and luster to wood.
Indicates the direction of the fibers and growth rings in the wood.
Differences in the grain of cut wood. Because wood is a natural material, grain variations are unique, beautiful and may increase the wood’s value. The grain is specific to each type of wood.
A generic term for muntin or mullion refering to the dividers inside a glass door.
The most elaborate standard kitchen design, G-shaped kitchens are like U-shaped ones but with a peninsula at one of the ends. These kitchens have the maximum amount of space for preparation, storage and dining.