Rovere Bronze Oak Textured cabinet doors

Special Price $16.95 Regular Price $24.00

Are you ready for your new country kitchen? Is it time to remove some of the modern design elements from your kitchen and get back to the basics? If you are interested in your very own country kitchen we know exactly how you can start the transformation. Order our Rovere Bronze Oak Textured cabinet doors to upgrade your current cabinetry. These cabinet doors feature varied grains and knots in the doors that give them an old feel. The colors of the cabinet doors range from tan to dark brown.

For a perfect spot to wash all of your dishes or those large stock pots find a white farmhouse kitchen. If your kitchen has an island, instead of using the same marble countertop from the rest of the kitchen, consider a butcher block countertop. For your wall treatments consider using shiplap to add an additional country feel to the space. Barn house style lights are another nice touch you can add to the country design. Don’t forget to throw in some natural colors, such as green or blue, into the design to bring some life to your kitchen. Lastly, don’t forget to use window treatments that maximize the amount of natural light coming into the room.

SKU
34141

Listed price is per Sq Ft. Use the Quick Estimate tool to receive a quick quote or email us your cabinet doors and drawer fronts sizes.

Features: 
High durability laminate surface. 

Ideal for both Commercial and Residential cabinetry applications.

All cabinet doors are custom sized according to customers specifications.

All cabinet doors come edgebanded on all 4 sides in matching edgeband.

Hinge boring also available by request.

Strong and durable materials.

Maintenance: 
Clean with water or non-abrasive detergent. Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

Delivery: 3-4 weeks

Made in Austria

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SurfaceTextured
Color ToneBrown
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