The Wall Street Journal: Cabinet Wood Trends from MasterBrand Uncovered
MasterBrand Cabinets (November 2013) – A poll recently conducted by MasterBrand cabinets was the feature of a recent article by The Wall Street Journal on consumer's preferences on the wood used in cabinetry.
The results showed that cabinets are becoming more cutting edge, with traditional materials losing favor to more exotic woods, such as alder, pecan, pine and walnut. Consumers are experimenting with darker-colored finishes as well. With cabinets traditionally lasting 20 to 25 years, these results shed light on the direction of design throughout the home in the future.
MasterBrand has built a reputation as one of the best cabinet makers by committing to four basics: quality construction, fashionable products, on-time delivery and complete delivery. Offering a breadth of cabinetry brands, styles and finish options and an extensive dealer network, MasterBrand Cabinets strives to provide the best overall kitchen, bath and home cabinetry solutions for consumers nationwide.
"As a company, our goal is to provide expert design, the highest quality products and extraordinary service to make every homeowner's dream home become a reality," said Dave Randich, president, MasterBrand Cabinets. "We are continuously evolving and improving our product offerings and construction technologies to ensure we are on the forefront of the cabinetry and home design industries."