The popularity of a warm, welcoming, lived-in feel continues to be a trend for everything from clothing to furniture. Homeowners who gravitate toward that design style now have the option of a new, old kitchen from KraftMaid Cabinetry.
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KraftMaid’s new Aged Technique offers the look of lived-in furniture passed down through a few generations for the entire kitchen, from the doors and drawer fronts to hoods, molding and other decorative accents and details. The Aged Technique evokes the look of artisan-finished cabinetry that has been well-loved over time.
KraftMaid’s Aged Technique offers beautiful techniques that recreate the natural aging process. The Aged Technique effects include random distressing and linear grain accents dry-brushed onto every surface, followed by hand-applied detailing, which together give the look of a well-worn piece and lived-in kitchen. The effects are hand-applied artisan methods that are random and inconsistent in appearance and because every detail is hand-applied, each finished component will have a unique appearance.
“Aged Technique is a new look for KraftMaid,” said Jamison Benner, Brand Manager for KraftMaid. “We understand our customers want a kitchen that fits how they live, and now they can have one that looks and feels lived-in.”
Aged Technique is available exclusively on Maple in River Rock, Concrete and Papyrus finishes. A Suede DuraKraft™ Plus Topcoat is standard with all Aged Technique cabinets.
For retail locations near you and additional information on KraftMaid products, visit kraftmaid.com.
KraftMaid Cabinetry is a leader in the semi-custom cabinetry industry--designing and building kitchens for the way that people actually use them. Since 1969, KraftMaid has observed how people live and responded with innovative product design that allows any customer to create a kitchen that serves as the true "living room" in their home, regardless of their budget or how they live their lives. KraftMaid brand cabinetry is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. For more information, visit kraftmaid.com. To stay in tune with the latest news and updates from KraftMaid Cabinetry, be sure to check out Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or the KraftMaid By Design blog.