Our hand crafted hutches are reminiscent
of New England-style furnishings created by the early
pioneers who settled the Pacific Northwest. Today they are often
specified by designers who use them in a kitchen as a way to break
up otherwise uninteresting long runs of cabinets. This lends much
visual impact to a kitchen while retaining the same storage space.
The rich texture and colors of the wood are selected and artistically
tooled and planed to enhance the unique character of each piece.
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Left to right: Pioneer-style hutch
with dentil molding, aged fir hutch from early Seattle timbers,
hand planed New England-style painted hutch, pine hutch from reclaimed