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ProBuilder Product Report: Cabinets
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Versatile enough for most kitchens and bathrooms, Quality Cabinet's Quincy line features a flat, recessed-panel door with wide stiles and rails that offer a transitional look. It's a contemporary door that hints toward traditional styling; look for it in cherry or maple.
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The aXesso line from Kitchen Craft Cabinetry has a new addition in the Le Mans Blind Corner Pullout storage option. The pullout rolls and pivots inside a cabinet, allowing the entire shelf to shift outward for full access. It is constructed of gray melamine with chrome guardrails that keep pots and pans in place.
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White kitchen cabinets are still in high demand, and Aristokraft Cabinetry's Durham offers homeowners the timeless look they're after. The Durham has a recessed laminated center panel and a five-piece square mitered style with full overlay. The company recommends pairing the doors with its toasted antique glaze.
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Looking after the kids can drive parents nuts, especially when they have a meal to cook. At least homeowners can keep an eye on the tots with the KidZone cabinets from Armstrong. The cabinets stand 36 inches tall and offer child-friendly storage spots, an adjustable pull-out activity table and chrome wire bins for toys and games.
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Touted as recyclable, hypoallergenic and colorful, the all-metal cabinets from St. Charles Cabinetry come in 23 powder coated colors. St. Charles, a division of Viking Range Corp., made the cold-rolled steel doors frameless and full-overlay with soft-close hinges and slides. Colors include matte, iridescent and designer shades.
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Calling its latest cabinetry line "a mix of uptown elegance blended with a relaxed rural feel," Plain & Fancy Custom Cabinetry's Town & Country kitchen cabinets feature a mix-and-match style for creating something between a rustic brownstone and an urban farmhouse. Shown is the company's brushmark crackle and white wash finish with mullion-windowed cabinets.
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Timberlake has added a new finish to its repertoire. Cognac is now available in the company's Portfolio Select series, which includes the Sierra Vista, Rushmore and Wyoming styles. Made specifically for maple cabinets, the finish leaves a furniture-like look to complement the rest of the home's décor.
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The latest glazes from KraftMaid include the butter rum, canvas, biscotti (shown) and dove white. According to the company, the finishes complement most flooring, surfaces, furnishings and appliances. For two-toned kitchens, the company recommends pairing the biscotti with sages, rusts and other muted tones.
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