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New Dura Supreme Cabinetry Stain Colors Shown on Hickory - Dura Supreme introducing 5 new gray-brown stains for 2013. With the different wood species and the addition of glazes and accents, this includes 27 new color chips (with the new colors)! The new colors include Cashew, Morel, Caraway,...
Custom pullouts can be made for any size configuration. This pullout is ideal for the homeowner who bakes and entertains often. No more chipping your serving platters or stacking needed!
This kitchen was completed for a local builder in Hagerstown Maryland. The finisih is Alabaster with a Sicilian Umber glaze. The door style is a HAM-100 Inset with a concealed inset hinge.
Base wastebasket cabinets are a great alternative to unsightly trash cans allowing you to create a clean, uncluttered space. Available with single or double baskets, these also allow for design of a functional and compact recycle center.
This photo shows an optional metal drawer organizing system as part of MADE's kitchen cabinetry line.
Classic Traditional Kitchen Cabinets Style American classics kitchen cabinets design Ideas for your new Remodel, and Decor your home with Lily Ann Cabinets.
Sophisticated yet comfortable. North American Maple is a distinct hardwood which is harder than oak but has a light, clean appearance. The clean lines of these shaker style doors along with the beauty of the soft grains of the maple make this a great selection for your new kitchen.
You won’t have to reach back into your Utility Cabinets when you have Roll-Out Trays. They bring the shelf contents out to you, and slide in and out quietly.
Beautiful cherry cabinets in large open concept kitchen. Rosewood stain on the Cabinets with Honey stained hickory floors. Large island, desk area.
Jeff Reed, Cabinetry Designer for Fox Signature Homes. Kitchencraft Integra Lexington Alabaster with Pewter Glaze.
White kitchens come in many shapes and sizes, a glazed finish adds an antique look. Glazed finishes are a little easier for upkeep than non-glazed finishes.
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