WalzCraft has added rotary mill mark distressing as an option on its cabinet components. This new distressing method has the look of rough circular sawn lumber that is often seen in reclaimed barn wood. The company says the distressing method is applied prior to assembly to ensure no two pieces are the same, making the finished product truly one-of-a-kind. Rotary mill mark distressing is available on cabinet doors, drawer fronts, face frames, panels and more.
WalzCraft, a Midwest supplier to the North American Custom Cabinet Industry based in La Crosse, WI., manufactures custom cabinet doors, drawer boxes, moldings, and many other varieties of cabinet components and accessories. All products are available unfinished or prefinished by WalzCraft.
Family owned with nearly 270 dedicated employees, WalzCraft’s roots run deep in the Midwest culture and work ethic. Each day, small-to-medium sized cabinet, closet, and refacing companies from across the country rely on WalzCraft to manufacture exact size (+/- 1mm) components for many types of installation requirements.