New Introductions from Wood-Mode Cabinetry

According to the NKBA 2014 Kitchen and Bath Design Trends Survey, a trend report recently released by the National Kitchen & Bath Association, Contemporary will be the fastest growing kitchen style in 2014, with 62 percent of respondents saying it’s on the upswing after ending 2013 in second place. The survey also noted that Transitional maintained a very small lead as the number one look for kitchens, with Shaker styling coming in third due in part to its ability to lend itself to either traditional or contemporary.

It’s no surprise then, that cabinetry manufacturer Wood-Mode introduced several new traditional, transitional, and contemporary themes, along with other updates, at last month’s KBIS in Las Vegas. Founded in 1942, Wood-Mode cabinetry is made domestically and headquartered in Creamer, Pa. Wood-Mode’s introductions include three new lifestyle themes, three new 1” door styles, one new 1” face frame inset door style, and new products including a pilaster shelves and vertical by-pass doors. They also launched 31 new designer opaque finishes and vintage finish companion colors for their collections.

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Amanda Eden, a representative for Wood-Mode, shows the interior of a Wood-Mode cabinet at a press event during last month’s KBIS. © Rita Catinella Orrell
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Eden shows the complete color palette now available, which includes 31 new designer and vintage finishes. ©Rita Catinella Orrell
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Wood-Mode’s backpainted glass door style is part of the company’s more contemporary offering this year. © Rita Catinella Orrell
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The vertical Bi-Pass Door is one of the new product offerings from the company. Image courtesy Wood-Mode.

 

Disclaimer: Wood-Mode was one of several sponsors of my trip to Design & Construction Week as part of BlogTour Vegas. The opinions in the post are entirely my own.

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