A very high quality, versatile cabinet line manufactured for over 25 years in the Pacific Northwest. Featuring framed, inset, and frameless construction, Huggy Bear's Cupboards uses top quality materials and manufacturing techniques. They offer a wide variety of wood species that include vertical grain fir, white oak and ash. With Huggy Bear's Cupboards' build your own door program you can choose your door style, wood specie, panel and edge details, stain, paint, glaze, level of distressing and sheen to make it truly your very own design. Laminates and exotic wood veneers are available on selected door styles in the frameless construction. Box construction and hardware upgrades are chosen by the purchaser. You design it and they will build it! For more information go to www.huggybear.com.
Crystal has been building top quality cabinets in Minnesota since 1947. Their custom cabinetry lines include face framed cabinets and frameless cabinets. All Crystal Cabinetry is of very high quality and versatile. Crystal uses top quality American made materials and state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques. Their finishes are resilient and beautiful. They are among the best in the industry and include many stains, stains with highlight, paints, paints with highlight or glaze, and distressed styles. Crystal offers a wide variety of wood species and specialty woods. With over 100 door styles coupled with a custom door program, Crystal offers you manufacturing flexiblity to meet your designing ideas. All Crystal products are environmentally friendly and use boxwork with no-added urea formaldehyde, low-emitting water-based finishes, recycled materials, and many rapidly renewable materials. For more information go to www.crystalcabinets.com.
Columbia has been manufacturing cabinets in British Columbia for almost 40 years. Columbia produces frameless cabinets of high quality and great value. Their cabinets are characterized by quality craftsmanship, artistic finishes, and attention to detail. They offer a wide variety of door styles in either wood or MDF (medium density fiberboard). Paint, wood veneer (horizontal or vertical), composite veneer, melamine, or high-pressure laminates are applied to the MDF doors. Modifications and upgrade options are numerous. For more information go to www.columbiacabinets.com.