Working closely with Mike Baumann and his client, this kitchen was designed to meet the needs of a chef as well as creating a unique way to store firewood. Custom utensil, tupperware, cookware and double spice drawers can all be found behind the detail finish work of this kitchen. The cabinets along the exterior walls have a 6 step finishing process that included maintaining a steady hand while glazing the beaded frame of the recessed panels. The island is fabricated out of cherry and has a 4 step finishing process that included stain and matching glaze detail on the beaded frame. Both finishes were sprayed using a professional conversion varnish that is designed to withstand the constant use of a kitchen. While designing this kitchen, thought was put forth toward hiding all fasteners that would attach the molding along the upper cabinets that is scribed to the ceiling. Close attention to these types of details in the design phase created a well working kitchen for a chef as well as a visually pleasing kitchen for his recipients.