Only the highest quality materials are used in Sudbury Cabinet Company cabinets. Our cabinets are constructed of both plywood that has a veneer of the species and solid wood that is used for framing, door construction, or other applications. The veneers we use are all plane sliced or better, which means that the grain of the veneer is straighter and more consistent than, for example, rotary-cut veneer which is less expensive and less attractive. The solid woods for the doors and frames are selected for their consistency in color and grain and even a natural finish will have a limited, but very pleasing, variation to the color and grain of the wood.
“A man travels the world over
to find what he needs and returns
home to find it.”
What level of antiquing is appropriate for your cabinets?
Series: 15 Wood: Paint Grade Finish Sheen: Low Special Finish: Delicate Antiquing Door Design: 36 Framing: Standard Edge: A Raise: P106 Drawer Design: I Framing: None Edge: A Raise: None
4 1/4” Wide Stiles Left & Right with flutes in stiles center