R.D. Henry & Co., formerly Custom Cupboards, unveils new product list
June 16, 2016 | 9:59 am CDT
Pictured: a Mediterranean cherry kitchen with Stanton cherry door style and matching Stanton raised panel drawer front finished in a painted, glazed, aged finish.

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WICHITA, Kan. -  R.D. Henry & Company, formerly Custom Cupboards, unveiled its Summer 2016 release, featuring new doors, vanity consoles and island work tables, to its network of cabinet dealers. Storage solutions, wide drawer bands and floating shelves are products included in the new list.

The company is introducing Venice, one of the new door styles in the summer 2016 product release. It features a cove design on the rail and stile profile with a flat raised bead panel that brings a new take on traditional coastal style. This door is available in 2 ¼,” 2 ¾” and 3 ½” rail and stile widths with complementary 5-piece drawer fronts.


Custom Cupboards cabinetry becomes R.D. Henry & Co. in management buyout

Custom Cupboards has changed its name to R.D. Henry & Co. as it begins the transition to new ownership. The name change is in honor of the brothers who founded the 35-year-old cabinet company.

The Newport is a new mitered door with 3¼” wide molded rail and stile profile with a flat panel that offers the inset look in a low-maintenance solution. Complementary 5-piece drawer fronts with 2” wide rail and stile profile will also be part of the new product release.

An applied molding with an outer square edge will make its debut in June. The new Applied Molding 15 is designed for various existing doors with a shaker rail and stile profile including a flat panel series, a classic raised series and a beaded raised series. Complementary 5-piece drawer fronts will be offered with these new doors.

“The new AM15 is a petite applied molding that adds character to door styles without being too ornate,” said Kristi Hodson, Director of Design and Training. “The Venice door gives designers a modern traditional look for today’s consumer that craves clean lines, while the Newport door borrows style from the classic New England homesteads and still maintains an approachable feel for any home,” said Hodson.   

New furniture style vanity consoles and island work tables will also be introduced. These vanities provide designers a convenient way to achieve a custom-looking furniture vanity piece with a solution that is simple to order and install. These island work tables supply a flexible option for creating a furniture look that can be used as islands, hutches, bars or console tables.

“Kitchen islands are where people like to gather in kitchens,” said Jeff Stone, National Sales Manager. “We’ve created distinct styles in various widths that designers can customize with leg, post and end cap options to make it their own. Our new furniture style vanities become the focal point of your bathroom design, and they deliver homeowners a cabinet that is both functional and beautiful,” said Stone.

In addition to these new products, R.D. Henry & Company will add cabinets with Rev-A-Shelf organizers, wide drawer banks, floating shelves and many updates to existing products.

About R.D. Henry & Company (formerly Custom Cupboards)

The Wichita, Kansas, company announce the name change earlier this year when the cabinet firm's management team announce a buyout. R.D. Henry designs, manufactures and sells cabinets, vanities and custom kitchens to a network of dealers. Its products can be found in homes throughout the United States.

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Michaelle Bradford, CCI Media, is Editor of Closets & Organized Storage magazine and Woodworking Network editor. She has more than 20 years of experience covering the woodworking and design industry, including visits to custom cabinet shops, closet firms and design studios throughout North America. As Editor of Closets & Organized Storage magazine under the Woodworking Network brand, Michaelle’s responsibilities include writing, editing, and coordinating editorial content as well as managing annual design competitions like the Top Shelf Design Awards. She is also a contributor to FDMC and other Woodworking Network online and print media owned by CCI Media.