WICHITA, Kan., August 5, 2015 — Custom Cupboards is pleased to announce that a new door style and a new door and drawer front edge will be unveiled to dealers during a summer product launch later this month.
Naples is the new door style of Custom Cupboards’ summer 2015 product release. It features a cove design on the rail and stile profile for fresh take on a timeless silhouette. This new door is available in 2 ¼”, 2 ¾” and 3 ½” rail and stile widths with matching 5-piece drawer fronts.
“Today’s consumers want clean lines and Transitional style,” said Kristi Hodson, Director of Design and Training. “I love our new Naples door because it captures that aesthetic, but with a little more interest and personality than a simple Shaker door,” said Hodson. “The inside cove profile also works well in Coastal design, and was the hands-down designer favorite when we tested prototype doors.”
The new #61 door and drawer front edge is a halfway option between the existing #60 square edge and the #65 curved edge. The #61 edge is a simple round over with a quarter turn radius of 1/16” which makes it a great choice for painted finishes. It is available on Heartland and Revola cabinets, and with all finishes.
“Our new #61 edge is the perfect solution for consumers wanting a Contemporary style that is conducive to the popularity of paint finishes. The new, slightly rounded edge offers enough surface area for paint to last, while giving a more square appearance than our #65 edge. It’s a great choice for white Shaker cabinets,” said Hodson.
In addition to these new product offerings, Custom Cupboards will also announce some product modifications such as new mid rails and stiles for select mitered doors, and the Revola line of full access cabinetry will now be available in Oak and Hickory.
Visit one of our authorized dealers to find out more information about our many door and finish options.
The company’s new business model focuses on innovation, flexibility, lean manufacturing, great design, quality and value — and helping more dealers to sell more dream kitchens to more people. Ron Henry and his brother, Dan Henry, founded Custom Cupboards in Wichita, Kan., in 1981. Custom Cupboards has grown to employ over 220 people and provides cabinets to a network of dealers in 37 states. The company’s cabinets, vanities and custom kitchens are in homes throughout the United States by providing great designers ultimate flexibility with full customization, over 350 finishes, and more than 100 door styles.