Explore our products and see how our old-world craftsmanship unites with cutting-edge techniques, advancing the art of custom cabinetry to new levels. If you have questions about our products, please feel free to contact a knowledgeable Valley Cabinet designer today or visit one of our design centers to discuss your project: De Pere, Neenah, Sturgeon Bay, Germantown.
Our spray application, followed by a customized hand-wiping technique, removes excess material to enhance wood grain and characteristics.
Primer is applied, followed by a pigmented conversion topcoat; colors are opaque, covering the wood grain and characteristics, providing a solid color and smooth finish.
A glazing process that leaves overall subtle coverage; less glaze is left in profile areas achieving a sophisticated look.
This simulation of an aged appearance is achieved with a variety of tools and finishing methods, creating custom results; there are the five levels of distressing: nicks and dents; corner wear; worm holes; simulated cracks; rasping.
Some finish material is removed, exposing the natural wood and creating a worn look; stains or paints may be used with this process to create your desired look.
A colored material is sprayed over a base stain then removed by highlighting (by hand) certain areas of each part to achieve the desired look; each piece has its own identity.
Application with a rag or brush achieves the desired look; each piece has its own unique look, and no two pieces will exactly match; available in brown, black and white.