EAST EARL, PA – Drawing influence from mid-century, eclectic design, Conestoga Wood Specialties, the most respected manufacturer of custom cabinet doors and wood cabinet components, is pleased to introduce a new high-quality metal finish line, Metal Fusion.
Industry and customer research have identified the eclectic mix of materials - including metals - as a rising trend. Conestoga’s new Metal Fusion finishes create a unique focal point and adds sophistication to any custom kitchen design with the premium look of genuine metal coatings. In a research survey, 82% of Conestoga Wood Specialties customers identified lower cost as their #1 wish for metal components.
“Metal Fusion is a cost effective solution and excellent alternative to solid metal components,” says Jeff Eichenseer, Director of Marketing at Conestoga Wood Specialties. “Utilization of different materials in the kitchen is becoming quite a norm. This new line is the perfect example of a durable, lightweight, easy to work with solution to keeping on trend.”
Not to be mistaken for a metallic paint, Conestoga’s metal coatings are equipped with the same, if not better characteristics of solid metals; made with 75% real metal particles and can offer a 45% savings with hardwood components.
A palette of seven rich metallic shades are offered – Brass, Bronze, Copper, Iron, Nickel, Silver, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and White Gold.
Each finish is available with three treatment options, including Satin with Patina, Polished, and Polished with Patina, for a total of 21 distinct effects. These finishes are available on architectural accent pieces such as range hoods, mouldings, corbels, appliques, table legs, posts and bun feet, and more.
For more information and/or to browse other finish options offered by Conestoga Wood Specialties please visit http://www.conestogawood.com/species-finishes/finish-options.
About Conestoga Wood Specialties:
Since 1964, Conestoga Wood Specialties Corporation has manufactured the highest qualitydoors and wood components in the kitchen cabinet industry. From modest beginnings in a small garage in Lancaster County, PA over five decades ago, Conestoga has grown into the industry leader known for our dependability in both product performance and on time delivery. Conestoga's manufacturing capabilities are spread across five facilities strategically located throughout the United States, including their newest custom door facility, Sunriver Industries, near Seattle, Washington. Visit www.conestogawood.com, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube for more information.
Source: Conestoga Wood Specialties
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