Robesonia, Pa., June 6, 2011 — Inspired by custom-made handcrafted workmanship, Adelphi Kitchens and Cabinetry is launching its new Rustic Brier line, which is compromised of real maple wood with a melamine interior of the cabinetry interior and wall bottoms. The solid maple wood cabinets are available in two styles and four colors.
Adaptable to the personal styles of today’s homeowners, Adelphi’s Rustic Brier Cabinetry is available in a variety of four colors: Cinnamon, Coffee Bean, Natural and Hazelnut. It comes in two different door styles. The Heritage style is a solid square raised-panel door and the Legacy 1 Style is a solid frame with a recessed flat-panel. White Porcelain K-500 hardware can be added to either of these or the cabinets can stand on their own merit beautifully without hardware.
“We expect the Rustic Brier line to be an especially popular choice among home builders as well as consumers who are looking for more sustainable materials and ‘more affordable luxury’ items,” said Nick Yatron, senior vice president, Adelphi Kitchens & Cabinetry.
The Rustic Brier line has the quality construction and classy appearance that Adelphi represents, but is a more affordable line. Builders are especially drawn to the Rustic Brier since it gives a more upscale look to the space without the high cost. This grade of solid maple wood shows the intricacies such as the heart and mineral streaks, depending on how light or dark the finish is.
Adelphi uses the time-tested construction methods the same quality that represents their brand of quality in design and workmanship. While the inside of the cabinets are melamine, the drawers dovetail construction made of 5/8” of solid maple wood. Made with Grass 100, the drawers feature an under mount soft-closing drawer slide and fully extends, allowing for ideal access to reach items in the back of the drawer.
From inspiration to installation, Adelphi’s fine custom cabinetry offers endless design possibilities. For more information, visit www.adelphikitchens.com to access cabinetry and hardware selector tools, photo galleries and information on fine custom cabinetry. For dealers interested in literature on product specifications, please email John Conlon at firstname.lastname@example.org.