Spatula Plaster Light Grey Textured

Special Price $17.50 Regular Price $24.50

Traditional kitchen design ideas are the easiest to gravitate toward because they are exactly that, traditional. They are easy and comfortable to select because they are frequently chosen. When it comes to these Spatula Plaster Light Grey Textured cabinet doors the one thing you can say is that they are not traditional. At least that is a fair statement in most kitchens.

These cabinet doors are more diverse in their appearance. They offer a unique cabinet door texture that is varied from door to door. The grey color, which is a popular design color trend, affords the designer of the kitchen withan array of complementary color options. Grey works with well with rich colors, such as deep purples, reds, and blues. It also works well with lighter color shades, even some pastels.

One popular use for these Spatula Plaster Light Grey cabinet doors is to create a kitchen with an industrial feel to it. Combing these cabinet doors with all stainless steel appliances and fixtures as well as a concrete countertop would create a powerful statement. Another design option is to pair base cabinets in this Spatula Plaster Light Grey with upper cabinets in high gloss white.

SKU
GT-7742D

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

More Information
SurfaceTextured
Color ToneGrey, Light
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