(Painted Maple by Homecrest) Select dining room cabinets that match your kitchen, then easily configure them to create a custom furniture look, with areas to display those favorite pieces that only get used on holidays. Table linens will always be handy while glass doors and in-cabinet lighting let your crystal be seen while adding depth to the room.
Looking up at the ceiling is a special treat when one notices the unique chandelier. "The chandelier is wonderful," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "It's just such a wonderful statement, very Victorian and the finishing touch in the room." The delicate balance of old and new, as well as connecting the great room and dining room, make the kitchen a vibrant social destination for family and guests alike.