For those who want white paint and a modern Shaker style, theres Dwhite. The clean, well-defined edges and recessed panel doors bring a touch of elegance to your home. The clean, well-defined edges and recessed panel doors bring a warm elegance to your home. Dwhite's timeless design works well in any setting. There's solid wood durability built into every Kitchen Kompact cabinet. From the Beech on the doors to the solid pine corner blocks on the base cabinets, each cabinet is built to last. All cabinets get stained and sealed and are protected with a durable topcoat. The result is a surface that is virtually family-proof, resisting many household chemicals, water, alcoholic beverages, mild acids, and even nail polish. Kitchen Kompact's cabinets are certified by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association as meeting or exceeding the strictest standards in the industry.
- Family-proof topcoat resists many household chemicals, water, alcoholic beverages, mild acids, and nail polish
- All frames are constructed of solid 3/4" beech
- Each rail is kiln-dried, joined by mortise and tenon, then glued for added strength
- Solid wood corner blocks are glued and power nailed
- Toe kicks are constructed from 3/4" thick, solid unfinished wood for added stability
- Solid wood hanging strips on wall and base cabinets, located at the top and bottom
- End panels consist of a 3-ply construction, 1/2" thick engineered wood core with hardwood veneers
- Made in the USA
- Units with doors come hinged on the right side and are field reversible
Professional delivery and installation is available for many of the products that we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you. Please ask a sales associate for details!
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