This kitchen was designed to compliment the beautiful architecture of a newly built home on the water for great clients. The highlight of the kitchen is the antique mirror panels on the refrigerator that are intended to look like an armoire. Windows on either side of the cooktop flood the kitchen with natural light and overlook the lake. A booth is built into the back of the island, which anchors one end of a custom table for family meals in the kitchen. The cabinetry is by Grabill Cabinetry and is painted white on maple around the perimeter of the room. Stain and glaze on maple finish the island, and the refrigerator and butler pantry are stained hickory. The countertops are quartz products. Designed to traditional aesthetics, this kitchen is finished to today's state of the art performance standards.
Todd Wiley has been in the design industry for the past 25 years. His passion ignited in college when he started working for a builder and cabinet shop owner. As his passion grew, he moved on to Standard Kitchen Distributors, where he continued to master the trade. Feeling like there was more to discover, Todd spent the next 7 years at a Cascade based design shop. For him, this experience gave him the confidence and experience to open Tru Kitchens.