Grabill’s New Contemporary Collection Fits Recent Trends into a Variety of Budgets

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Grabill Cabinetry is introducing a new contemporary collection of cabinet choices, designed to fit a variety of designs and budgets.

Grabill Cabinetry is introducing a new contemporary collection of frameless custom cabinet choices to augment its growing lineup of modern door styles in a wide array of fine finishes.

The new collection features frameless doors with straight, beveled or pillowed edges using veneer, thermofoil, and acrylic high gloss finishes with a variety of modern colors and grain looks.

The veneer collection features two pressure formed veneer door styles in several eco-friendly, reconstituted veneers, each with Grabill’s renowned natural clear-top coat. Its Jewel offering is a 3/4” thick, veneered MDF panel with a 1-1/8” wide beveled outer edge profile. Its Element door is a ¾” thick, veneered MDF panel with a pillowed outer edge.

The thermofoil release includes textured, high gloss and super matte foils from a palette of 19 colors and grains shown in Grabill’s contemporary fan deck.

The doors and drawer fronts from this group have vertical or horizontal, non-aligned grain direction with optional colored backers that blend with Grabill’s cabinetry interiors. Its Stratum door offering is a formed door style with a square outer edge profile with radius corners. The Pavilion has a 1” wide beveled outer edge profile. The Matrix has a 7/8” wide pillowed outer edge. Backer options for thermofoil doors include Planked Maple, black, white, antique white or gray.

The acrylic high gloss release features the Echelon door with square outer banded edges. The backs of these doors will typically blend with the exterior finish selection. This door style is available in eight finishes included in Grabill’s contemporary fan deck.

“As dealers have approached Grabill with various needs relating to these new styles, we have found ourselves uniquely positioned to help dealers and homeowners adopt these new designs in both creative and cost-effective ways,” said Josef Carlock of Grabill dealer development.

“Our custom shop has worked with designers on numerous projects with contemporary appeal, and our extensive custom capabilities and fine finishes offer tremendous design freedom as well as unique custom solutions for tight budgets,” said Marin Heiny, president and CEO of Grabill.

“With this collection, we hope to inspire a new wave of thought with a simpler view toward a less encumbered environment. These styles are chic, with clean, simplistic lines, offering character and personality spoken through the mediums of texture, pattern and color. Such features as soft radius and beveled edges communicate elegant sophistication.

“Further, the fit and function of these styles can be achieved quite affordably, as this exciting offering is very competitively priced to meet almost any budget, making elegant interiors within the reach of more people looking for a fresh room scape.”

More information and a brochure of Grabill’s new contemporary collection can be found at http://www.grabillcabinets.com.

Photos:

  • Grabill Cabinet’s new fan deck of contemporary finishes.
  • Kitchen featuring Grabill’s contemporary style. Designer: Todd Wiley of TruKitchens Inc., Grand Rapids, Mich.

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