36" Width Bridge Cabinet (SE-W3612)
36"W * 12"H * 12"D
Price ( Piece ):
- Product Model SE-W3612
Marc Vetri's home kitchen; photos by Mark HavensQ. And your ideal cooking appliance arrangement?A. I wanted wall ovens, but with the constraints of the space, we opted for a Wolf 60-inch range with four burners, a grill and a French top. It has two full-size ovens, but they're below the cooking surface. Also an external blower; they're less noisy.Q. What do you think of open burners versus closed burners for a range top? Electric versus gas oven?A. We've got dual fuel at home and all gas, including gas ovens, in the restaurant. For the home, electric is more accurate and easier to use. No huge preference on burners, but I use the French top a ton. You can cook burgers right on the metal. It's great to have, but people get a little obsessed. It's just a thick sheet of metal that gets hot. A sauté pan is the same thing if you know how to use it. Q. What one extra kitchen cooking gadget would you suggest for a home cook? A. I thought I wanted an induction cooktop, but I really couldn't find what I wanted at the time. A wall steam oven would be good. I don't think a counter steamer is necessary — you can do that with a pan and water.Q. Would you do an induction cooktop as a replacement to gas — or as a supplement? A. I think they can be used for everything. Safer for kids, too, when you have your cooktop in the island. Q. What’s your favorite backsplash material?A. Old subway tile or antique tile. Q. Your favorite countertop material by the range? For an island? For prepping? For baking?A. I knew I wanted really thick wood tops somewhere, and we did a really thick marble on the island. Q. What’s your favorite material for a kitchen floor?A. In a house definitely a wood floor — easier when you're standing on it all day. Q. Your opinion on ideal lighting for a home kitchen?A. Recessed can lights that move so you can direct the light. Love the pendants we did over the table; they're made from old Campari bottles.