After a century of delivering fine semi-custom kitchens to East coast homeowners, 105-year old Yorktowne Cabinetry makes its national debut with a new look, new products, and forward-thinking style this week at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, part of Design & Construction Week™ in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Yorktowne Cabinetry has been updated and upgraded in 2014, complementing today’s home design trends for cutting edge products and mixed materials and finishes. Rustic door styles, handcrafted stains and finishes, and decorative accents allow homeowners to create spaces that are uniquely their own.
Classic. Iconic. That’s Yorktowne in 2014.
The Yorktowne brand has universal appeal and casual elegance to last a lifetime. These American-made kitchen and bath cabinets are offered in 47 different door styles, with hundreds of innovative storage solutions, and available in two collections: Iconic and Classic.
• The Iconic Series offers 86 finish choices and seven unique woods, customizing the Yorktowne Cabinetry room to the homeowner’s specific space, décor and lifestyle.
• The Classic Series celebrates the enduring charm of American craftsmanship with 49 finish options, applied to six wood choices, creating rooms that are both traditional and practical.
“These American-made kitchens and baths are forever classic,” says Ann Rottinghaus, director of marketing communication. “The variety of design options and storage solutions creates a place for everyone’s everything, delivering a beautifully organized space, no matter your style.”
Yorktowne Cabinetry is manufactured in the United States, by Elkay. Since 1920, Elkay has been making innovative products and delivering excellent, domestic customer care. Elkay is committed to sustainability and our country, using local forests and manufacturing cabinetry in the United States. Like your family, the Elkay family has values and traditions that endure; for almost a century, Elkay has been an American-owned and operated company, providing thousands of jobs that support our families and communities.
For additional information, visit www.yorktownecabinetry.com.