YORK, Pa. — Wolf Home Products, an innovator and leader in the building products industry, has expanded its Wolf Classic Cabinetry line, including three new door styles, five new paint options, and one new stain. Wolf Classic cabinets are hand-crafted and combine generations of woodworking expertise with today's latest manufacturing technologies. With nine new options added to the beloved Classic Cabinetry line, builders have an extended portfolio of timeless styles, colors, and stains.
The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) has announced 49 finalists for Best of KBIS, its annual premier product awards program. While many of the finalists are in industries other than cabinetry, several companies are in the cabinet and furniture industry or are suppliers to those industries.
MENDOTA, Ill. — After more than five years of substantial investment and growth, the development of Starved Rock Wood Products (SRWP) continues with the hiring and promotion of several key executives and managers. The company has named Michelle Christ as company president. Christ, who holds a BA in Accounting and an MBA, joined the company a year ago as chief financial officer. She had served as interim president for the past three months.
GE Lighting launched smart home innovation for undercabinet lighting. The company said that the Cync Reveal HD+ Full Color Undercabinet Fixtures and Pucks are the first and only full color and edge-lit smart undercabinet lights available in the North American market.
The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) is launching a new design award competition to honor unique projects from across the country that utilize their member’s products.
Overall cabinet sales of were down 9.6% for November 2023 compared to the same month in 2022 according to KCMA's Trend of Business report.
Local politicians, and Cabinetworks Group's leadership, attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official grand opening of the company’s new headquarters in Livonia, Michigan, on December 7. Workers have been on site for two months in the 90,000-sq. ft. facility that replaced an aging facility in Ann Arbor.