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Sink bowl by Native Trails

Traditional Kitchen Products

by Patricia Poore on September 3, 2014

in Kitchens & Bathrooms

ABOVE: Sink bowl by Native Trails

Editors’ picks for kitchen specialty items, suitable for bungalows, Craftsman-era homes, and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.

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Sink bowl by Native Trails

COPPER BY HAND Hand-hammered by Mexican artisans, the Cazo bowl is available as either a vessel or drop-in sink in a rich natural copper finish. Measuring about 17″ wide x 8″ deep, it lists for $498. Native Trails, (800) 508-8834,

Built-ins from Crown Point

THE CLASSICS Cabinets for kitchen, bath, and other rooms: period-inspired styles include Shaker and Craftsman. Finish options include milk paint. Crown Point Cabinetry, (800) 999-4994,

Stainless faucet from Moen

FANCY FAUCET Today’s pull-away faucets have more traditional styling. Moen’s Boutique pull-down faucet (here in spot-resistant stainless) retails for $551.55.
Moen, (800) 289-6636,

Colorful knobs from Crown City

DEPRESSION BLING Colorful knobs and pulls for kitchens that recall the late 1920s through WWII, in Depression glass colors. Crown City Hardware, phone,

Hidden refrigerator from Northland.

HIGH-TECH ICEBOX This built-in, three-zone 36″ refrigerator accepts custom-designed panels that match any cabinet style. Each zone has its own thermostat. Northland Kitchen Appliance, (800) 223-3900,

Work by Handcrafted Metal.

COUNTER TOPPER These custom countertops come with integral sink, drainboard, and backsplash options. The artisan company also offers a line of range hoods, all hand-built by master craftsmen using copper, zinc, brass and bronze. Handcrafted Metal, (800) 755-0310,

Lacquered range hood from Abbaka.

ARC OF AGES The Arc range hood in copper is finished with an automotive-grade matte lacquer, so the hand-applied patina will never change. Details include decorative riveted bands and hand-built, pyramid-shaped finials. Abbaka, (800) 548-3932,

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