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Kountry Kraft Kitchen featured In Susquehanna Style Magazine

The goal of every kitchen design is to create a room that is both a beautiful and functional addition to a home.   One of the most rewarding aspects of design is seeing how the finished product comes together. Our Kountry Kraft product line includes so many options that the possible combinations are endless, and we think every one of our finished kitchen is unique and beautiful. But every now and then a design really stands out. That was definitely the case with this  design by Shawn Preis for Roland Builder’s 2014 Home-A-Rama model, and a Kountry Kraft Kitchen was featured in the September 2015 issue of Susquehanna Style magazine.

In this design Shawn utilizes beaded inset cabinets finished in Bleeker Beige with Van Dyke Glaze. The wall cabinets feature double panel doors and stacked cabinets topped with 4-lite X-mullion glass doors. The wall and base cabinets are also at depths to give the kitchen some dramatic visual impact. The island is quarter sawn white oak with a natural finish   anSusq2d Van Dyke Glaze. The corner bead rout and applied moulding on the island give it a beautiful finished look. Extra features abound, enhancing the functionality and luxuriousness of this kitchen.

Susquehanna Style writes that the off-white finish of the cabinets brings warmth to the room calling it a nice change from the usual “crisp modern look”. They classify the kitchen as “Modern Manor” in style, and we agree – it would fit in perfectly

with the high ceilings, gabled windows and high-brow scandals of a modern “Downton Abbey” English Manor.

Above all, Kountry Kraft is happy to partner with fantastic crafters like Roland Builder and talented designers like Shawn Preis. Read the full text of the Susquehanna Style article to see a photo of the beautiful featured kitchen, and visit Roland Builder on the web to see more of their inspired home designs. Finally, for more kitchen inspirations, visit Kountry Kraft at

Dee Funk March 17, 2023