Spice is light, warm and exceptionally versatile. This popular Cherry finish complements any style.
Bordeaux is an elegant finish with burgundy tones. This finish will darken with age.
Java has deep tones and a warm finish that enhance the fine grain variations of Cherry.
Natural has light tones, designed to showcase Maple’s try character and natural beauty.
Warm tones. Clean finish. Hint of color gives Maple a light, fresh look.
Spice has medium tones and is exceptionally versatile. This popular finish complements any style.
Cognac has copper tones and is stylishly flexible, enhancing the fine grain of Maple with an elegant finish.
Rich tone. Stylish definition. Dark brown finish gives Maple depth and character.
Espresso has a distinct look. It is our darkest finish, giving finely grained Maple a furniture-like quality.
Available Accessories for this Collection.
Overlay refers to the amount of the face frame that is covered by the door in the closed position. Full Overlay doors are larger and cover nearly the entire cabinet face frame providing a clean, uninterrupted look. Partial Overlay doors are smaller and allow some of the face frame to show providing visual interest.
Stained and Painted cabinet doors are constructed of a solid wood frame with a center insert panel. They come in a variety of decorative designs to satisfy the budget and taste of any customer. Center insert panels and are made of solid wood, or wood veneer, Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) or High Density Fiberboard (HDF). Solid wood doors will show the natural beauty and characteristics of the wood while veneer doors have a more uniform appearance with less variation. Painted doors using MDF or HDF have a uniform appearance.
Drawer front refers to the decorative front that attaches to the drawer box. Drawer front details are unique and have been selected to complement the door in each collection. Drawer fronts are either solid which will show the natural beauty and characteristics of the wood or veneer which have a more uniform appearance with less variation.