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Viola Park opens showroom for its modern, modular, mid-priced kitchens

February 11, 2011 |  7:00 am

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Shopping for a kitchen from Viola Park, the lower-priced offshoot of custom cabinetmaker Henrybuilt, used to require using a "configuration tool" on the Seattle manufacturer's website.

Not any longer.

Now, customers can shop for cabinets, countertop, backsplash and island at the company's first showroom in the L.A. area. Conceived as a middle ground between Ikea and high-end designers, Viola Park has modular units that can be used in a range of configurations. A typical kitchen order costs $15,000 to$20,000, excluding backsplash and counter.

8650 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood (across from the Pacific Design Center); no phone yet

-- Lisa Boone

Photo credit: Viola Park

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