Since the post on kitchens, I have had several people ask about the kitchen design by Shed Architects. The actual counters in that project were done by Kerf Design, a Seattle-based design and manufacturing shop. I have been a fan of Kerf design for some time. I really appreciate the attention they give their pieces, with consideration on even the smallest details. The materials, hardware, design and craftsmanship are top-notch.
“The design of each custom project comes from a seamless integration of three essential components: the necessary function of the item, the method of its construction, and an unadorned presentation of the materials from which it is made. Although the end result may appear complex, we try to achieve our goals in a simple and straightforward manner… The patterns in each unit are carefully laid out to be useful, well built and pleasing to look at.”
I would recommend looking through their site which shows different projects, techniques, and lets you request a quote. You can also call or stop by their shop on Thorndyke Ave W in Northwest Seattle. You can also click on Continue Reading to see some more images of their work