We’re fortunate to ship a lot of doors for IKEA™ kitchens and bathrooms every week, but it’s hard to get a sense of how a finished project turns out. That’s why it’s always exciting to get photos back; this Semihandmade Flatsawn Walnut IKEA™ kitchen in Duluth, MN is no exception! Special thanks to Susan Maguire for the amazing shots.
Nothing quite shows off the wood’s natural beauty like running the grain horizontally (just check out that the pantry wall by the fridge!). You’ll also notice the open bookcase, which is just one of the many custom options we offer – think wine cabinets and floating shelves – to make your dream project even more one-of-a-kind. The white Abstrakt doors and drawer fronts from IKEA™ scattered throughout frame the room nicely and also soften the walnut’s brown tones. Lastly, it’s hard to miss the pop of those orange barstools – they’re from our friends at Loll Designs, the folks that make just about everything from 100% recycled milk bottles. We’re long-time fans of their work, so it’s fun to finally see our two worlds collide. It’s also worth nothing that like everything else from Loll, the stools are not only easy on the eyes, they’re pretty much indestructible (kind of important if you notice all that white stuff out on the deck!). For more information on this project, please visit our Houzz page.