Maple kitchen cabinets are one the most popular choices for today’s homes because of their toughness and distinct beauty. Maple is a versatile hardwood and can be used in both contemporary and traditional cabinet styles. Waypoint maple cabinets are available in nine different finishes.
Delicious deep-brown Auburn glaze puddles in crevices and adds depth to the door’s details. It’s applied to doors finished in cognac stain. The stain and glaze work together for a handsome look that can launch an array of styles.
Coffe glaze is a light, warm finish; café-au-lait in color. Think of a little coffee in your cream. The hand-wiped glaze is a deep espresso color that pools in corners and recesses of the Honey stained door’s features. It’ll perk up any space.
Cognac finish is a medium-rich brandy color with subtle notes of deep red. This finish drenches a room in sophistication, and can be classically styled or adopt a modern dress.
Rich, dark Espresso finish is a luxurious sable color and is often the backdrop of upscale décor. It is especially useful in rooms where drama is the desired effect.
Honey finish imparts a warm tone to natural maple wood without diminishing its charming grain. Its golden hues lend harmony and balance to a room that’s very inviting.
Mocha Glaze finish: The medium–toned Spice stain is accompanied by a dark- brown glaze that adds rich contrast where panels and moldings meet. This classic finish is comfortable in the company of corbels and grapevine onlay.
The transparency of Natural finish over maple wood allows its lovely grain to be on display. This maple has an almost peachy glow about it and is an excellent choice for those who appreciate the beauty of natural elements.
Medium-brown Spice finish is the color of lightly toasted almonds—nutritious styling for any living space. Works well for virtually any style of décor.
The cocoa warmth of elegant Truffle finish creates a living space that’s welcoming and sophisticated. Complement with monochromatic or high-contrast elements to acheive different looks.