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Susan Brook Interiors
The three-drawer facades might appear uniform, but Brook was able to incorporate a variety of storage elements behind them. Seen above, she used real and simulated drawers that have front-panel doors in the baking area, in one instance to accommodate the height of the stand mixer.Not even corners were allowed to disrupt the visual flow of the cabinet drawers. In the two cabinet corners of the room, Brook joined adjacent drawer-front panels, which pull out to reveal deep drawers. Though angled, they offer considerable storage space. The corner by the sink, seen at left, has three independent drawers. At the far corner of the kitchen, Brook maintained the three-drawer look but created only two pullouts — a shallow undercounter drawer and one double-height drawer to house tall pots.Cabinet hardware: Italian Designs Classico in matte chrome, Schaub and Company Susan Brook Interiors
Brook likes to take advantage of a refrigerator’s 28-inch depth to create a storage space for baking trays and large serving platters, seen at left. More storage is available above the microwave, and an appliance garage housing the family’s Vitamix blender is tucked below in the breakfast prep area.