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Sunny wood cabinets?

Posted by chknbutt (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 3, 13 at 0:48

Does anyone know anything about sunny wood? We are redoing kitchen and are trying to decide weather or not to replace cabinets. Came across sunny wood Cambrian and sanibel. Both have inset doors and drawers. Tryed googling for reviews and can't find any also cant get their website to work:/ came across this forem and thought I'd see if you all have heard of them...

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RE: Sunny wood cabinets?

I had one base cabinet of each style in Florida a couple years ago now. They were made as well as any chinese RTA cabinet. Obviously the lowest price inset style you will find. They do not offer a 36" cabinet allowing molding if you have a 8' ceiling.

If you are looking for a perfect fit with lots of sizes to do it with they are not for you. If you want inset dirt cheap its a decent choice.

RE: Sunny wood cabinets?

Yes, I have used their cabinets on a project before. They are pretty standard in terms of quality when compared to other RTA Cabinet lines, but one thing to note.. they don't have an many options available in terms of cabinet sizes or accessories. I tried to buy direct from them, but they wouldn't sell to me (had to go through one of their distributors). The finished product was great.

Here is a link to the distributor that is selling their Sanibel line, but they call it Coastal Ivory

Here is a link that might be useful: Coastal Ivory

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