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Kitchen - transitional u-shaped medium tone wood floor kitchen idea in Phoenix with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, gray backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz
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Gail Singer wrote:Jan 2, 2017
  • Karen Sue Johnson

    I recommend you avoid their cabinetry with MDF frames. I have the Ice White Shaker cabinets. The local dealer told me the cabinets were wood. Then they said the inserts on the doors and drawer fronts were MDF but the frames were birch. I later learned that while the Shaker-style frames on Shakertown and Pepper are birch the Ice White Shaker ones are MDF. Within a few months the frames on the drawer fronts on the sink base had swollen spots from moisture. I've been very happy with them otherwise. Rather than just sand and repaint them, I want to buy replacement Shakertown or Pepper fronts with birch frames and paint them. I've read that Sherwin Williams Extra White is a good match. I haven't heard back from TSG customer service, and now see here that they don't sell drawers, so I'll bet they don't sell fronts. I'm going to have to be sure to seal the MDF edges really well before painting. https://www.thesprucecrafts.com/avoid-extra-sanding-prime-mdf-2365111

  • bathdilemna

    Hi Karen Sue,

    We just discovered a local cabinetry store who carries Forevermark Cabinets and were shocked at how inexpensive they would be for a full kitchen. The cost would be about one third of most typical mid range cabinets we have priced in the past. We were told the shaker style we like are wood cabinets and the door style is Quakertown Salt. I am wondering if this is what you were referring to when you said Shakertown. I am not familiar with this brand of cabinets and was interested in getting honest opinions of quality before we commit. Thanks.

rstirling wrote:Oct 12, 2014
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    Hello this is a 1" penny mosaic tile the color is Graphite, which I believe is discontinued. However, you can visit www.waterworks.com and see if there are other color options for you.
trueblue1014 wrote:Nov 2, 2014

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    herculesdesignbuild
    Hercules Design Build added this to Creative BacksplashesMay 31, 2019

    Penny tile is a classic that never disappoints.

    denise_hatch6
    Denise Hatch added this to TileApr 10, 2019

    black counter and dark penny tile... back is a bit to dark but I like the single color

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