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Product Extra: New in Cabinetry

New kitchen and bath cabinetry products from Armstrong, Bendheim, Canyon Creek, Quality Cabinets, and Xylem.

Product Extra: New in Cabinetry

New kitchen and bath cabinetry products from Armstrong, Bendheim, Canyon Creek, Quality Cabinets, and Xylem.

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    Armstrong Cabinets. Town & Country, a new maple Shaker beaded door style offers a classic, casual look with solid maple panels and true Shaker-width frames. New glazing options also can highlight the cabinets’ classic line and elegant wood graining, while adding contrast between different areas of cabinetry. A new subtle Caramel Glaze Finish creates an element of character to the Toffee and Natural finishes in maple. The classic lines of any door style are further enhanced by the elegant Pewter Glaze. Offered only on Armstrong’s Pearl finish, this glaze highlights the cool tones in the finish for a sleek, sophisticated look with a slight metallic edge. The pewter glazing brings a fresh new look for the typically warm Pearl finish. In addition, a dramatic new Espresso stain is now available on all maple and cherry styles. 800.527.5903. www.armstrong.com.
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    Bendheim EcoGlass. The maker imports its etched glass from factories employing strict eco-friendly production technologies. One or both sides of ultra-brilliant (low-iron) glass are selectively acid-etched creating an ultra-smooth, satin-like surface. Unlike sandblasted glass, acid-etched glass is highly resistant to dirt and stains. 800.606.7621. www.bendheim.com.
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    Canyon Creek Cabinetry. New Greenlam Greenguard-certified laminate has been added to the Millennia framless cabinetry line. Available in the Towson door style in 43 colors and woodgrain patterns, Greenlam offers a no-added-formaldehyde substrate and matching edge banding. Also new to the Millennia line is Thermo Structured Surface (TSS), a contemporary, thermally fused material available in five textured woodgrain patterns onthe Corson vertical-grain door style. Both programs offer a durable, easy-to-clean surface in exotic patterns, colors, and wood grains. The options complement Millennia's Italian Glass Door program recently introduced. 800.228.1830. www.canyoncreek.com.
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    Quality Cabinets. Versatile enough to suit nearly any design style, the flat, recessed-panel of the Quincy door style with wide stiles and rails offers a transitional look. Available in cherry or maple, the Quincy door style is the perfect accent in any setting. Shown here in maple with a biscotti stainand mocha glaze, Quincy is available in 14 additional maple finishes, and seven cherry finishes. www.qualitycabinets.com.
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    Xylem. The unique Blox modular bath cabientry system features numerous components in various sizes that can be combined into hundreds of configurations. In a rich walnut finish, Blox is a contemporary designwith European influence. With no hardware or doors, the modular components can be used individually or conjoined into clean, minimalist or modern designs. Components include vanity drawers, shelf units, open- or solid-top wall consoles, bridge drawers, wall shelves, and more. 866.395.8112. www.xylem.biz.

Romanian immigrant Joseph Soss didn’t start his career in the door hardware industry, but he did help to revolutionize it. After careers in bricklaying, construction, and the automotive industry, a ship-building endeavor brought Soss to the Philippines in the early 1900s. As he walked around a ship one day, he tripped over a hinge sticking up from a deck-mounted door. Asking himself why the hinge had to protrude, Soss put his engineering know-how to work. Before the ship pulled into port, he had his first sketch of a hidden hinge design. Soss Invisible Hinges was born.

Today, Soss’ great-grandson Neil Marko owns the global company, which specializes in hinges that sit inside door stiles and their frames. Designed for everything from entry doors to cabinet doors to fine furniture, the hinges can be found (or not found, as it were) in high-profile homes including the White House, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, and Buckingham Palace. Several sizes and finishes are available to accommodate even heavy steel doors.

  • Route It Out: Available for doors as little as 3/4 inches thick, Soss Invisible Hinges require special prep work for installation and cannot simply replace butt hinges. For use with new doors, the company offers specially designed templates to simplify hinge installation with mortising techniques.

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    Route It Out: Available for doors as little as 3/4 inches thick, Soss Invisible Hinges require special prep work for installation and cannot simply replace butt hinges. For use with new doors, the company offers specially designed templates to simplify hinge installation with mortising techniques.
“Our hinge clientele is typically very high-end,” Marko says. “A homeowner that’s investing a lot of money in their cabinetry doesn’t want a bulky hinge to take away from the aesthetic. An invisible hinge is an ideal solution.”

—Lauren Hunter, associate editor, REMODELING.