Log homes are a perfect fit for furnishing a kitchen instead of installing upper and lower cabinets because the logs are exposed between each piece, preserving the character of the room. Also, since logs tend to shrink, flexible anchors can be used with furniture, making installation so much easier. It’s Christmas in this new log home that features four unfitted YesterTec Workstations. The S289A sink workstation is flanked to the right with a CP34 dish and small appliance storage pantry that has custom punched tin door panels. To the left of the sink (and barely seen) is an SZ20-36 Refrigerator Armoire. Both flanking pieces are in Distressed Pine to compliment their rustic setting.
The above image is a freestanding wet bar/storage breakfront that features our grid doors that are painted the same color as the island (not by YesterTec). This piece is built by combining a sink base S2-89A with a ST2-89-A storage piece with frosted sliding doors and a TP2-89-A-AD above.