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Oak Shaker

CONSTRUCTION   All wood, no particle board*
COLOR   Natural oak
FINISH   Stain
OVERLAY   Partial
SIDES COLOR   Matches cabinet front
DOOR/DRAWER PROFILE   Shaker style doors and drawer fronts
HINGES   Concealed, adjustable
DRAWER SLIDES   Epoxy coated, full extension
INTERIOR   Matches cabinet front
ASSEMBLY   Screwdriver - camlock assembly Instructions
FULL SPECIFICATIONS   Click here for full specifications
SHIPS IN   3-4 business days
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About Oak Shaker Cabinets

Oak Shaker cabinets offer a unique fusion of top-class durability and luxurious looks that will make up for the best kitchen remodeling quality. The gorgeous facade of these cabinets is made distinct by the showcase of stunning loose grains that creates a rich variation of patterns. The unique show of inherent exquisiteness is highlighted by a generous glaze of natural finish that makes the surface more enticing. And this neutral wood color complements well with a very wide range of other materials as well as color scheme making Oak Shaker impeccably fit into your decor.

The excellent shaker style that speaks volumes of stylish functionality, with their partial overlay flat panel doors, makes this choice a superb one whether yours is a traditional or modern kitchen. Oak Shaker cabinets will bring elegance to a classic set-up, a sunshiny welcome to homey country, a jazzy mood to casual kitchens, and a polished touch to contemporary designs.

Manufactured from selected timber of one of the most dense and strongest hardwood material, Oak Shaker cabinets boast of durability to outlast the intense labor and ever changing kitchen environment. Exposed to varying temperature and moisture levels, this cabinetry choice will prove to be a valuable addition to your décor. With a higher resistance to scratches and dents, keeping the surface in great condition is not hard at all.