Cabinetry

CHERRY
CHERRY

Cherry tends toward elegant warm tones, and also darkens considerably as it ages. Cherry has a fine grain that often exhibits swirls and a flowing, random pattern. Cherry's color varies from nearly white to dark reddish brown.

HICKORY
HICKORY

Hickory is a heavy, dense wood that displays vibrant grain patterns and wide variation in color. It is the outgoing extrovert of the hardwood family. Lighter stains make this natural variation the most evident, while darker stains tend to mute it.

DARK
DARK

CHERRY
CHERRY

Cherry tends toward elegant warm tones, and also darkens considerably as it ages. Cherry has a fine grain that often exhibits swirls and a flowing, random pattern. Cherry's color varies from nearly white to dark reddish brown.

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Wood Type & Finish

FRAMED
FRAMED

The traditional style of cabinetry built in America, framed cabinets resemble a flat picture frame that is attached to the door front and can be made with a partial or full overlay. (Overlay is the amount of front frame that is covered by the door or drawer.)

FRAMELESS (Full)
FRAMELESS (Full)

Framelsss cabinetry relies on thicker box construction for stability and can only use full overlay doors. Frameless cabinet construction is a European way of manufacturing cabinets that has become popular among American homeowners seeking simple, contemporary designs.

BEAD-BOARD
BEAD-BOARD

Cottage chic style where center panel is made to look like traditional bead-board.

FRAMED
FRAMED

The traditional style of cabinetry built in America, framed cabinets resemble a flat picture frame that is attached to the door front and can be made with a partial or full overlay. (Overlay is the amount of front frame that is covered by the door or drawer.)

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Cabinetry Style

CORBELS
CORBELS

CROWN MOLDING
CROWN MOLDING

BUILT-IN RANGE HOOD
BUILT-IN RANGE HOOD

CORBELS
CORBELS

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Decorative Accents

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