Fabuwood launches frameless cabinet line

NEWARK, N.J.-- Fabuwood Cabinetry, a cabinet manufacturer established in 2009, has launched the Illume cabinetry line that the company says is an innovative and modern take on frameless cabinetry, and together with their ultramodern new slab door style, Catalina, it "is a complete game changer for the industry."

According to a company statement, Illume embodies Fabuwood’s commitment to delivering the latest technology and most transformative designs to their customers. Illume includes Threespine construction which features an interlocking system for maximum durability. The cabinets are finished with a custom white linen interior for a luxurious and one-of-a-kind feel. Illume also features top of the line Blum hardware, including Compact Clip hinges for simple installation and soft-close technology for a smooth user experience.

Customers’ needs are at the forefront of Illume with its full access design. The tandem drawer boxes included with Illume gives maximum drawer extension for full, easy reach to the entirety of the drawer box. Together with the variety of modern colors and finishes, Illume is the ideal combination of modern style and smooth function.

The Illume preview has been met with an extraordinarily positive response by Fabuwood kitchen dealers and designers. Illume has an official launch date of mid-January and will be available to customers at that time.


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