|Posted on March 2, 2015 at 3:40 PM|
See what's new from Schrock Cabinetry for 2015!
Check out the latest additions in door and finish options for your upcoming kitchen and bath projects this year...
If your jaw hits the bathroom floor and nobody is around to hear it, does it still make a sound? Such deep thoughts are naturally to be expected when you lose yourself in an environment so inviting. Introducing Forest Floor, our forward-looking, full-hiding, neutral opaque available on all Maple door styles. It yields an earthy, brown hue that complements our broader range of wood species and tones, and proves a rich alternative for those searching for a respite from black. You feel more at home already.
There are places in this world — in your little corner, perhaps — that seem to be uniquely designed for just rolling with an idea and seeing where it goes. Thatch is another example of how we’re always dreaming up new ways to make mixing and matching colors, grains and textures less time consuming and so much more fulfilling. Right in line with design forecasts calling for warm complements to cool neutrals, this versatile finish is specially formulated to enhance our existing opaques and stains. Build it, and the ideas will come.
In order to move forward with something new, sometimes you first have to step back — a really, really long way back. Such is the case with Henna. Born of plants; coveted by aesthetic aficionados as far back as ancient Egypt; now available on Cherry and Maple — this rich brown finish features subtle red undertones and eagerly awaits the opportunity to take its rightful place within your modern color palette. Plus, it never hurts to make sure the design gods are happy.
STORM ON CHERRY
How do we continue to make big splashes with our new finishes? Because we’ve made a habit of listening to designers and learning. And from everything you’ve told us, our stone gray, semi-translucent stain (previously available only on Maple) has taken homeowners’ imaginations by, well, you know. Plus, with popular tastes continuing to align with the natural richness of Cherry, it only made sense to add Storm to your creative consideration set.
GLAZES ON OAK
Contemporary whites and neutrals continue to dominate home decor magazines. And sales of classic wood grains such as Maple, Cherry and
Hickory have managed to hold strong. But don’t count out Oak. More and more signs are pointing to the trend that Oak is on the comeback. To help you stay ahead of the curve, we’re expanding some of our most popular glazes to increase your options for creating an ever-popular rustic look. Tells you where we think the smart money is going.
SEATON IN CHERRY
Seaton has become one of our most popular transitional door styles since it first left the wood shop. The fact that you continue to ask us for more design options in Cherry hasn’t escaped our attention, either. So this year we made a point of adding Seaton to our ever-expanding list of available Cherry door styles. Granted, it isn’t the most earth-shaking announcement we’ve ever made. But even the most daring designer knows there’s a lot to be said for doing something simply because it makes sense.
For more information on new products from Schrock for 2015, stop in and see us at Building 9 in Akron and Massillon, Ohio.
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