The beauty of our cabinetry comes from the qualities of the wood itself. The select hardwood and hardwood veneers used in our severe-use cabinetry vary in color, grain patterns, and textures. Our severe-use cabinetry is built for long-lasting durability. These all-wood kitchen and bath cabinets meet and exceed the requirements of United States Housing and Urban Development guide specifications, and our profile and finish options are crafted with style and function in mind.

Profiles Available

Cass

  • Partial Overlay
  • Veneer, flat center panel
  • Available in Oak & Birch (shown)

Tucker

  • Partial Overlay
  • Routed, raised center panel
  • Available in Oak & Birch (shown)

Shadowood

  • Partial Overlay
  • Veneer Slab
  • Available in Oak & Birch (shown)

Delmar

  • Partial Overlay
  • Veneer, flat center panel
  • Available in Oak & Birch (shown)

Alvar

  • Partial Overlay
  • Veneer, flat center panel
  • Available in Oak & Birch (shown)

Colfax

  • Partial Overlay
  • Scooped, raised center panel
  • Available in Oak & Birch (shown)

Species

Oak

This tough wood has a straight, open-pored grain that ranges in color from tan to reddish brown. Natural characteristics of oak include mineral streaks, pin knots, and flecking. The durability of oak makes it a perfect choice for high-use areas like apartment complexes and low-income housing.

Birch

This durable wood has a close grain with a fine, uniform, satiny texture. Its color ranges from creamy white to golden brown, and that makes it a good substitute for maple. With a high resistance to abrasion, it is also a great choice for use in multi-family and low-income housing.

Finishes

Natural
Maple
Natural

River-Run
Maple
River-Run

Chestnut
Maple
Chestnut

Ginger
Maple
Ginger

Sedona
Maple
Sedona

Toffee
Maple
Toffee

Heartland-Brown
Maple
Heartland-Brown

Autumn
Maple
Autumn

Smoke
Maple
Smoke

Brandywine
Maple
Brandywine

Sienna
Maple
Sienna

Black-Wenge
Maple
Black-Wenge