||◆ KITCHEN CABINETS
|Wood is one material that will never go
out of style. It offers a rich
classic appeal that comes in a variety of species. Depending on your own
personal taste, you can create the look and feel most desired. The species
of wood that you select will have the utmost impact on your kitchen
cabinet’s final look.
Now we can offer you our most popular wood
---Oak, Maple and Cherry.
|OAK WOOD KITCHEN CABINET
Finished natural oak is a durable wood, and is the most popular wood
for kitchen cabinetry.
Oak is a very strong, open-grained hardwood that ranges in color from
to almost white. The wood is mostly straight-grained, with a coarse
Oak can have dramatic variations in color, knots and grain pattern. Our
offer a rich look and feel, containing natural characteristics such as pin
and flecks, and may contain streaks of green, gold and black mineral
The prominent flame-shaped grain pattern is beautifully enhanced when
color is applied. Our all wood cabinets are finished using an 11 step
process which results in unparalleled beauty.
Our Oak cabinets are constructed of solid wood doors and finished plywood
boxes. The drawer boxes are screwed rabbit joints.
|You do not have to worry about
our cabinets falling apart or rotting out, they will last
for generations to come.We do not
use low quality
such as particle board or MDF.
Our doors are connected using concealed European hinges. We use industry standard
epoxy coated all metal drawer slides.
Our cabinets are shipped ready to assemble. RTA cabinets take about 5 minutes
each for a novice to assemble. We ship them unassembled
to protect them from
shipping damage and help keep shipping costs affordable.
Our stylish oak cabinets are available in a raised panel honey cathedral design
with a natural finish. This is an old fashion
design that does not go out of
||TIMELESS MAPLE KITCHEN CABINETS
Maple is the one of the hardest and second
most popular of all the cabinet
woods. Natural characteristics
of maple cabinetry include gray mineral streaks
in grain patterns and color. Maple is generally responsive
light and its overall color will change (usually towards
a light yellow shade)
over time, particularly when exposed
to light. The surface appearance of maple is
of soft, flowing grains, intermingled with different "patterns" caused
by varying density. Maple is close-grained and well suited
for use with enamel
finishes and brown tones, and takes a
polish well. Below are pictures of maple
that we offer.
|SLEEK AND SOPHISTICATED CHERRY
Rich, luxurious and rather hard, cherry's grain is more subtle than some other
hardwoods. The fine-grained wood has a smooth texture and satiny feel. Our
cherry kitchen cabinets have a lustrous appearance that seems to glow. The
sapwood has a creamy white appearance. The heartwood ranges in color from
rich red to reddish brown, with localized color variations of green, pink or yellow
streaks and may contain small knots and pin holes. It is usually finished in a
medium or dark finish to bring out the mahogany-red tones. Cherry helps define
Shaker, Mission and country styling, as well as more formal traditional styles.
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