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Yorkshire Chocolate Cabinets View all
In our York Chocolate brown kitchen cabinets, we have taken the timeless color and detailing of traditional cabinets and softened the style to give them a more contemporary feel. The result is a unique look that blends well with decors reflecting a wide range of tastes.
Extremely high-end quality at nearly wholesale prices.
The rails and stiles on our chocolate brown kitchen cabinets are constructed of Grade A birch wood. The cabinet box is made from ½- inch solid plywood – not cardboard or particle board – with finished sides. The five-piece mitered doors and drawer heads are accentuated with our signature contouring around recessed center panels. Inside, an adjustable three-quarter-depth shelf lets you make the most of the valuable storage space by offering 50 percent more room. This attention to craftsmanship and construction is what will make your new chocolate brown kitchen cabinets last for years to come without unsightly warping or discoloration.
The doors are full-overlay style with soft-closing concealed-cup door hinges. The fully extendable drawers are crafted from 5/8-inch solid wood using dovetail construction to hold up to the rigors of constant opening and closing – day after day, year after year. The under mount soft-closing drawer glides allow you to move them easily and quietly. Our York chocolate brown kitchen cabinets will stand the test of time with these added touches, all the while staying within your budget.
Rich chocolate cabinet stain and glaze.
This fine workmanship continues from start to finish … literally. The York Chocolate brown kitchen cabinet line is finished with a rich hand-applied chocolate stain and glaze. This 12-step process is unique to Apex Home Solutions, which makes the finish more durable than the standard six to nine layers used by most manufacturers