- Silver Collection: K-Series Espresso
- Countertop: Level 1 granite
Kitchen Cabinets and matching bathroom vanities:
this is a subtitle
Kitchen and Bathroom Remodel in a house. Demolition old cabinets and install new cabinets, vanities and countertops. Single and double sink matching vanities with the kitchen cabinets.
- The K-Espresso cabinet merges a traditional door profile with a versatile color to suit any home.
- The material is solid birch, the door style is full overlay, butt door and raised square.
- The cabinet interior matches the door color and the drawer box has a natural finish and dovetail construction.
- The K-Series from G&G Quality Home is available in Cherry Glaze, Cinnamon Glaze, Honey, Espresso and White.
(Solid birch is durable, attractive, it takes stain well and its affordable, it’s a preferred material for making good quality cabinets. Full overlay cabinets give cabinets a more custom look and also the double door cabinets with full overlay has an additional benefit of not having a vertical frame between the two doors, which allows homeowners to store larger items in the cabinet without having to work around the center like in the standard overlay cabinet. Butt doors are two doors that open toward one another, also double set of doors that do not have a middle separation which allow for more space to store items. Raised panel cabinet doors mean the center panel of the door is raised with a profile or contour. These doors work well for traditional and transitional looks. Dovetail joints are considered one of the strongest joints used in the kitchen cabinetry construction and are the best solution for a kitchen cabinet drawer box. Certain skills and special attention required when constructing a dovetail joint.)
(features the use of waterborne UV ﬁnishes furnished by Sherwin-Williams on certain door styles. * The beneﬁts of waterborne UV ﬁnishes include superior scratch resistance, low VOCs, ﬁnishes that are formaldehyde-hazard free, and reduction in environmental impact.
Taking steps to reduce environmental impact and meet or exceed the most stringent regulatory requirements.
You can be sure that the solutions you’re choosing satisfy the highest standards for performance, while meeting or exceeding regulatory requirements. Which means you’ll never have to choose between the best coatings for the environment and the best coatings for delivering a quality look that lasts.)
(Maple wood can be stained, but it is most often dressed in a clear or natural finish to achieve a light, contemporary look.
Maple is harder and has more density than birch. Maple is a North American hardwood that grows abundantly along the Eastern Seaboard. Significantly more dense and stronger than birch, maple is also receptive to a wider array of stains, including the dark and glossy finishes popular in cutting-edge contemporary design. Maple is a strong and sturdy wood that resists scratches, dents, dings and cracks. Especially popular in high-traffic kitchens, maple cabinetry can be expected to look beautiful and brand new for years.)