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(Acworth, GA)—US Cabinet Depot, a premier national cabinet design, manufacturing and distributing company, recently announced the expansion of their inventory options with new products and colors. The company is celebrating the launch of two new cabinet lines: Shaker Antique White and Tahoe White. The inclusion of these two new colors and styles in their current lineup allows US Cabinet Depot to offer more design options while staying in line with current trends in the market.

US Cabinet Depot has been working with their customers, listening to receive their input. “After doing our own extensive market research, we are anticipating the continued rise of neutral colors this year. While we already offer our steadily-popular Shaker-style doors in white and grey, adding Antique White gives us the ability to provide an alternative neutral color option for distributors and wholesalers who need to provide their customers with something a little more muted at a lower price point,” said Alyson Kostelnik of US Cabinet Depot. 

The company noted that Shaker-style cabinets have remained a favorite for many years. Many have developed a preference for their simple design and the fact that it puts the choice of wood or material in the spotlight. The introduction of Shaker-style variations has made Shaker doors even more attractive, and US Cabinet Depot has added to this appeal by introducing one color to their Shaker line so far this year with plans to add another in early 2017.

The launch of US Cabinet Depot’s Tahoe White door profile caters to those who desire to get in on the transitional kitchen trend. Transitional kitchen design incorporates both traditional and contemporary elements and has been in vogue since 2015.

“Based on what we’ve seen over the last year, we expect to see transitional kitchens holding on to their top spot in 2016. Our new Tahoe White option offers those building or remodeling their homes a nice blend of traditional and modern looks, making it perfect for transitional kitchens and staying in line with the neutral color trend,” Alyson added.

Now that they’ve given their customers the option of having white kitchen cabinets in the Tahoe style, the US Cabinet Depot design team is conducting research to determine which stain colors they’d like to add to their offerings in 2017. As the industry continues to move toward neutral colors, one option they are considering is a soft gray with brown undertones.

As Kostelnik went on to say, “With the emergence of go-to colors like Sherwin Williams’ Repose Gray, we want to give our customers an option that will add trendy style and flair to any room. We’ll be putting a soft gray color on our top-selling Shaker door, exemplifying the most popular trends in cabinet style and color.”

Keeping in line with one last major industry trend, US Cabinet Depot is also proud to announce the addition of quartz vanity tops to their offerings. As their research shows that quartz is now considered the new go-to for countertops, the company is showcasing four popular colors in an effort to stay on point with all of the trends for the kitchen and bath industry. This addition to their inventory also makes it very convenient for distributors and wholesalers to get kitchen cabinets and countertops in one place.

“The future is bright for US Cabinet Depot,” said Steven Xu, the company’s founder and CEO. “As we continue to move forward in the industry, we look forward to being able to offer our customers the very best in home style options.” 

About US Cabinet Depot:

US Cabinet Depot is a blend of cabinetry professionals from different areas of the cabinet industry. This mix of knowledge and experience has allowed their team to build a company that truly understands the needs of its customers. The company’s focus is on providing products that exceed their customers’ expectations in quality, price and service.

Media Contact: Alyson Kostelnik

Acworth, GA 30102
Telephone: (770) 767-3800
Email:[email protected]

Website: www.uscabinetdepot.com

Source: http://www.wafb.com/story/33850528/news

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