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Famous for their fine furniture, Thomasville also makes cabinetry with innovative design, classic style and convenient features and you can only find it at The Home Depot!
Replaceable Door Panels
When it comes to innovation, Thomasville offers you the ability to change out the entire look of your kitchen with replaceable door panels. These panels are easy to change and are easily customized allowing you to change the look of your kitchen for any occasion -- even showcase seasonal themes!
Insert options available include:
• art and textured glass
• patchwork burl
• bronzed wicker and silverstone slate
• leathers -- sand and saddle
Custom panel allows consumers to adhere any material to the panel (Formica, wallpaper, material, etc.) for a truly custom look
For a subtle look, choose complementary finish and inserts (like maple coffee door with a coffee burl insert)
Sliding Shelf and Pegged Plate Organizer
Now making everyday necessities easier to reach, with no heavy lifting!
This is perfect for storing plates and platters:
• Wooden pegs are removable to fit around any size dish
• Convenient -- especially for children and the elderly to access
Wall Message Center
Helps you organize your busy life:
• Leave messages
• Build a weekly grocery list
• Store keys, pens and note pads
• Minimize counter clutter
To create a focal point in your room, choose contrasting elements (natural maple door with a saddle leather insert).
No more fumbling in the back of the cabinet to find your missing spices:
• easy to view
• easy to reach
• easy to store
• revolving insert shelves
• allow you to fit the space to your needs
Complement your cabinet selection with Countertops by Silestone -- • These countertops are built in Microban technology which inhibits the growth of bacteria.
• Silestone is 93% quartz rock, highly durable, it is nonporous and heat, scratch and stain resistant.
A great way to store your kitchen utensils. A place for everything and everything in its place.
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