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Decore-ative Specialties cabinet doors - opinions

Posted by tracey63 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 12, 10 at 16:04

Our contractor uses Decore-ative specialities cabinet doors and door fronts. ANy opinions pro or con.


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RE: Decore-ative Specialties cabinet doors - opinions

As per your home cabinet doors requirements He feels decor active specialties cabinet doors and door fronts are best.They are providing some simple measurements for all 12-in., 18-in. or 24-in. radii. The radius cabinet doors come in convex or concave shapes and are available in a variety of species and finishes.


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RE: Decore-ative Specialties cabinet doors - opinions

I'm bumping this thread because I'm considering Decore-ative cabinets as well. Tracey63, did you get them, and if so are you happy?


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I'm bumping this, too!

Tracey63 - It's been 2 years - how do you like your cabs? Is the finish holding up?

Thank you!!!


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I'm bumping this up again. Anyone with Decore-specialites Cabinets opinions and experience, please comment.

Thanks!


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RE: Decore-ative Specialties cabinet doors - opinions

Does anyone have any opinions on the Decore-ative Specialties doors or cabinets?


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RE: Decore-ative Specialties cabinet doors - opinions

They have evolved from a door and dwr front supplier and are one of several suppliers providing a multitude of design options to the cabinet industry.

I know of three different builders who have had their kitchens featured in Architectural Digest.


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