MONROE, WA – Canyon Creek Cabinet Co. recently launched new products in its custom framed Cornerstone and frameless Millennia cabinetry lines. Four new mitered doors that are variations of the classic shaker style join Canyon Creek’s lineup of over 100 doors.

The company added Artisan 6, a package of finish enhancement distressing techniques that replicate the natural appearance of aged wood. A6 incorporates “wire brushing” to create the raised grain look of weathered wood. The addition of a glaze during the finishing process will further enhance the grain directional marks of this Artisan package, emphasizing the effect.

Canyon Creek also introduced a new decorative hardware program—in a variety of popular finishes and styles—to its four cabinet lines: Cornerstone, Millennia, Newcastle and Katana. More info on these new products can be found on the company website:

Canyon Creek Cabinet Co., located in Monroe, WA, is a leading manufacturer of affordable, custom frameless and framed style cabinetry for every room in the home. In 2009, Canyon Creek introduced its line of closet and storage products—Canyon Creek Closets Plus—creating one of the most extensive lines of custom cabinetry and closet storage systems available. In 2010, Canyon Creek launched Newcastle framed cabinetry, and in 2011, Katana frameless cabinetry. Both cabinet lines are designed to provide high-quality, entry-level product for today’s price-competitive market.

Canyon Creek has been a recognized leader in the kitchen and bath industry since 1981 and has won many industry awards for its cabinetry and environmental practices. Maintaining its ISO 9001 certification since 2003, Canyon Creek was also chosen for the 2010 Association of Washington Business Green Manufacturing Award and the 2011 Manufacturer of the Year Award. In addition, Seattle Business magazine presented the company with their 2012 Washington Green 50 Manufacturing Award.

Canyon Creek markets to designers, builders and a select network of dealers, with sales offices and representatives throughout its distribution area.

Source: Canyon Creek

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