• Rope Custom Kitchen Hutch

    Kitchens are considered by many to be the “heart” of the home.  It is where families have traditionally gathered together around a warm meal and told stories about their days, discussed important things, and shared laughter and sometimes tears.  Being such a pivotal room,  how could you not fill it with your own personal touch and unique style?

    Linda and Brian from Florida have this exact sentiment.  They wanted to build a custom kitchen wall hutch, 17and when they saw Osborne’s Contemporary Rope Island Posts (part #1483) they knew they would be perfect.  At 3.5″W, the legs provide plenty of stability for the 6′ x 2′ butcher block counter top.  The top and bottom block allow for both the top counter and a bottom shelf that gives extra storage room.  Additionally, the twisted ropes add a beautiful detail that make the kitchen hutch entirely their own.  To finish off the piece, an upper shelf was added with a matching guard rail to hold spices and cooking utensils, and the wooden slat storage shelves below create a totally freestanding hutch.   Behind the center of the back-splash is a mounted power strip for appliances.  To finish it off, it was stained a simple honey maple and given three coats of Poly clear-coat for an elegant, glossy look.  This custom hutch proves that stunning style does not mean you can’t also have high functionality in your furniture pieces!

    About the order, Linda had this to say: “The ROPE legs are truly what make this unit stand out from any other butcher block tables that I could find on the world wide web.  I would like to close by acknowledging that your company followed up the sale of the ROPE legs with a missed call and phone message as well as an email which made me feel I bought from a company that cares about their customers after the sale has been made.”

    If you would like to see more of our island legs, click HERE!  To see more customer submissions with rope legs, click HEREUntitled design (1)

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