Main Line Kitchen Design added two new cabinet brands to the seven brands we sell. Our business model allows us to carry more brands than other Delaware Valley cabinet dealer at the most competitive prices. Only the most experienced kitchen designers can design across so many cabinet brands. And only an extremely organized and efficient company can process orders in so many lines. Main Line Kitchen Design can do it all, through our one-of-a-kind business model.
The new additions are Timberlake, one of the most popular, well-made and mid-priced, cabinet brands in the United States. US Cabinet Depot, an inexpensive brand that is well constructed and perfect for projects involving home flips and rental properties.
Timberlake is sold through independent dealers across the United States. It has competitive pricing, durable construction. Timberlake also offers a variety of door styles and finishes that are found in high-end cabinet brands. As with all MLKD cabinet pricing, we sell Timberlake for a little less than home centers and other showroom dealers.
US Cabinet Depot offers both well-constructed frame and frameless cabinetry, in all the popular styles and finishes, at prices a little above unassembled cabinetry like IKEA. Unlike IKEA, the sides of US Cabinet Depots assembled FRAMELESS cabinetry is 3/4″ plywood. All US Cabinet Depot Cabinetry comes with solid wood dovetail drawers with soft close tracks and hinges. These features are a must for any cabinet brand that Main Line Kitchen Design carries.
Main Line Kitchen Design also continues to carry the following seven other nationally distributed cabinet brands:
CNC a well-made inexpensive line like US Cabinet Depot but with more options and some shockingly inexpensive pricing. Particularly in their Luxor door style.
Fabuwood The creme de la creme of the US cabinet companies that import their cabinet doors and fronts. If you want a full overlay shaker door in white, linen, grey, or indigo and you don’t need custom cabinets, Fabuwood offers the best value.
Legacy Presidential The top line offered by US made Legacy Cabinets.
Bishop A versatile high-end semi-custom cabinet brand that makes BOTH exceedingly well made FRAMED and FRAMELESS cabinetry. One great Bishop feature is their Ultimate Box. The Ultimate box has 3/4″ plywood sides with additional upgrades for only 4% more.
Brighton Our slightly less expensive custom cabinet line. Brighton has become so popular that they haven’t even taken on any new dealers for 3 years. They are just too busy! Custom color match any finish in Brighton for only $150. Or choose from their hundreds of standard stained and painted finishes. Their cerused oak style finishes are particularly popular.
Wellsford Fine Custom Cabinetry A full custom Pennsylvania-made cabinet brand that produces fine furniture finishes on their rock-solid built FRAMED and FRAMELESS lines. Wellsford’s new contemporary slab door styles offer cutting edge modern frameless styling, while their framed beaded inset cabinetry offers the traditional craftmanship only available from the best custom cabinet makers. When you want the best of the best, think Wellsford.
NatureKast The number one cabinet source for outdoor cabinetry. If you want waterproof cabinetry for your barbeque or pool area, NatureKast is the leading brand.
Call today, we can answer questions on kitchen design or cabinetry. Often, by looking at the real estate pictures from when your home was last sold, we can give you design advice and an accurate estimate of how much your kitchen renovation will cost.
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2 Replies to “Main Line Kitchen Design Adds 2 New Cabinet Brands”
Thank you for your brand comparison blog.
I did not see Oakcraft Elevate brand in your rating. It was recommend to me by my KD. What do you think.
pmcalary[ Post Author ]
Sorry I know nothing about this brand, and their website doesn’t give much information. They look like a tiny shop in Arizona that sells to people around that area and Colorado. Builders seem to use them which is not encouraging as the average builder tends to cut corners and make poor cabinetry choices. But that is just speculation without any information to rely on.