Henrybuilt Wine Storage System

For those seeking a more permanent way to display their wine collection than your average rack, we present the Henrybuilt Wine Storage System ($TBA). Built to order in Seattle, this stylish system is made up of flexible panels, rods, and support bars that hold your bottles at a precise angle while allowing for a variety of configurations. Good for storing bottles at room temperature, in a controlled environment, or on the wall of your own personal wine bar/gentlemen’s club.

8b . . . and even more cabs

I knew I would need to add cabinets and more Paperstone to the floor model to complete the new kitchen. Fortunately Henrybuilt/ViolaPark came through again and I was able to put together most of a design and place an order in time to catch some end of the year price breaks. This also meant choosing a range and cooktop - not to order but for sizing and cutouts. By the end of January the design was finalized and all my cabinets were on order. Note, we were still in California, and not one twig had been cleared yet from our lot.

I cannot say too much about working with the design people (and all the others) in the Henrybuilt family. They make it not only possible, but really a delight, to design a kitchen without being, or hiring, a kitchen designer. The client can do as much or as little of the design as he or she feels comfortable with. I did most of my own design but also got a lot of great ideas from my counterpart every time I worked with the company. They manage this all remotely with email, web sites, sample materials, lots of phone calls and even Skype on occasion.

11 Design Details to Steal from High-End Bespoke Kitchens

Have you ever wandered around a Henrybuilt showroom (or Boffi or Bulthaup or any number of high-end outfitters) and experienced kitchen envy? Or admired an architect-designed kitchen detail?  I have. Here are 11 ideas to steal from the kitchen masters (carpenter required, in most cases). If you’re embarking on an update, consider incorporating one or more of these design details. And let us know how it goes.

Above: A custom dish drainer via Italian company Riva 1920.

Above: Custom etched cabinet pulls in a Telegraph Hill residence by Paulette Taggart Architects in SF. Photo by Bruce Damonte via SF Chronicle.

Above: Blanco Solon Compost System inset compost bucket.

Above: In the home of Italian architect Claudio Silvestrin, international master of minimalism (and Kanye’s architect of choice), a custom sink with a discreetly positioned faucet. Photograph by Sarah Blee.

Above: A concealed outlet via Henrybuilt. For more outlet inspiration, Remodeling 101: Flush Outlets.

Above: A bespoke plate rack by Peter Henderson Furniture in the UK.

Above: Inset bread bin from Viola Park.

Above: A pull-out cutting board; via J. Ingerstedt.

Above: A built-in dish drainer by architect Eric Bommel.

Above: Oakland-based writer Michael Chabon devised this clever in-counter compost solution; see more at The Mysteries of Berkeley: A Literary Couple at Home. Photograph by Aya Brackett for Remodelista.

Above: Via Viola Park, a genius thin steel shelf that runs the length of the counter and allows for an inset knife block.

Updating your kitchen? Have a look at 15 Life-Changing Kitchen Storage Ideas and 14 Kitchen Tricks to Steal from the Bathroom. For more inspiration, browse our Kitchen Photo Gallery.

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Have you ever wandered around a Henrybuilt showroom (or Boffi or Bulthaup or any number of high-end outfitters) and experienced kitchen envy? Or admired an architect-designed kitchen detail?  I have. Here are 11 ideas to steal from the kitchen masters (carpenter required, in most cases). If you’re embarking on an update, consider incorporating one or more of these design details. And let us know how it goes.

Above: A custom dish drainer via Italian company Riva 1920.

Above: Custom etched cabinet pulls in a Telegraph Hill residence by Paulette Taggart Architects in SF. Photo by Bruce Damonte via SF Chronicle.

Above: Blanco Solon Compost System inset compost bucket.

Above: In the home of Italian architect Claudio Silvestrin, international master of minimalism (and Kanye’s architect of choice), a custom sink with a discreetly positioned faucet. Photograph by Sarah Blee.

Above: A concealed outlet via Henrybuilt. For more outlet inspiration, Remodeling 101: Flush Outlets.

Above: A bespoke plate rack by Peter Henderson Furniture in the UK.

Above: Inset bread bin from Viola Park.

Above: A pull-out cutting board; via J. Ingerstedt.

Above: A built-in dish drainer by architect Eric Bommel.

Above: Oakland-based writer Michael Chabon devised this clever in-counter compost solution; see more at The Mysteries of Berkeley: A Literary Couple at Home. Photograph by Aya Brackett for Remodelista.

Above: Via Viola Park, a genius thin steel shelf that runs the length of the counter and allows for an inset knife block.

Updating your kitchen? Have a look at 15 Life-Changing Kitchen Storage Ideas and 14 Kitchen Tricks to Steal from the Bathroom. For more inspiration, browse our Kitchen Photo Gallery.

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    In 2009 Henrybuilt launched Viola Park, a line developed to offer homeowners as complete a kitchen design package as possible at reasonable cost… . To this end, Viola Park kitchen systems are made from a standard set of components designed to work in a wide range of situations without customization… .

    By focusing on the whole kitchen system rather than parts, Viola Park is able to control costs, keep the designs simple, predict how the kitchen will turn out and still allow customers to make a personal statement. The design value comes both from the parts (Paperstone countertops, HPL, wood and wood veneers, lacquered surfaces and VGC bamboo over green board, glass doors and powder-coated steel) and the way they are configured. The overall look the components achieve is at once American, contemporary, approachable and refined… .

    Part of Viola Park is the idea that it is a very good thing for people to be connected to their homes through designing, planning and building projects to whatever degree they are able. In modern society few people grow up using tools, and even less take an active role in building or modifying their dwellings… . To that end Viola Park has invested a lot of energy into developing a product and website that can support homeowners who enjoy being involved in their improvement projects.

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