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Premium wood for your premium home

If you watch enough HGTV, you soon realize that all the kitchen renos feature a fairly consistent look and feel. There seems to be three major themes being played out:

  1. White painted, full access cabinets with Shaker (flat center panel) styling,
  2. Dark, ebony-colored full access cabinets, also with Shaker styling, or
  3. Medium to dark cherry full access cabinets, either in a detailed raised panel look, or a sleeker flat panel look.

We think homeowners LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the warmth that Cherry wood cabinets exude, regardless of door style or finish color.

“Cherry is perennial,” says John Skojac, dealer development director for Siteline.  “It adds richness and elegance to the space, and can feel traditional in a detailed raised panel style like Sheridon, or, complement a transitional theme with the Shaker-inspired Libby style.”

According to the National Kitchen & Bath Association 2014 Kitchen & Bath Style Report, Cherry claims the top spot for wood cabinets, maple lands in second place and alder comes in third.

An uber-luxe pick for your home, Cherry features a warm color variation, which mellows with age – groovy.  Cherry will vary from a light vanilla color to deep pink in its raw state, and become more red or copper in color when exposed to light.

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