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The Real Chef's Kitchen

Regional Award Winner KDC 2013-14

What kind of kitchen would a real chef desire? Well, take a look at the photos of this Boston kitchen, created by designer Heather Kahler for her client, a professional chef and restauranteur. Obviously, it has the best of everything, in terms of cabinetry, appliance and materials. And it has a layout that allows the whole family to enjoy preparing meals together, with multiple stations that include the cooking area, prep island, carving/serving cart and “Old English Oak Hutch” that houses pantry supplies and small appliances with flanking hidden refrigeration.

You’d expect this level of finish and function in a chef’s kitchen, but perhaps it is the unexpected touches here that are the real eye-openers. The pot filler over the range. The pot rack over the island. The multi-useful refectory cart. The 36” farm sink. And in the adjoining dining room, an imposing china cabinet equipped with twin 24” Sub-Zero wine storage units. What could be a more gracious touch for formal entertaining? Since the clients wanted the best and most reliable appliances – fully integrated into the design – Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove were the obvious choices. The Wolf 48” dual fuel range provides the necessary cooking and baking prowess, along with a 30” wall oven, microwave and warming drawer. And could there be a classier way to disguise the Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer columns, than the English style hutch with its large icebox latches? We can only imagine what delicious meals will be enjoyed in this showstopper kitchen.


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This kitchen does not feature any Wolf products.

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