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Home is where the hearth, and cabinets, are

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In this classically traditional kitchen, customized panels blend the appliances into a graceful wall of storage, setting off the center workstation and heart of this kitchen in a contrasting glazed paint finish.

kraftmaid.com In this classically traditional kitchen, customized panels blend the appliances into a graceful wall of storage, setting off the center workstation and heart of this kitchen in a contrasting glazed paint finish.

Hearth, Cabinets and More is true to its name, and the Liverpool business, with a newly remodeled showroom, is devoted to helping customers tackle jobs big or small, from design to installation.

Classy cabinets

Liz Mattox, who heads sales and design in cabinetry, was excited to discuss a new product line that Hearth, Cabinets and More began selling three months ago. Americana Capital has made a big splash for selling plywood-box cabinets with a maple hardwood face at an outstanding price point. Americana Capital also uses all American products, a rarity in today’s market, at least at the particular cost level.

“We’ve had great feedback on Americana Capital, which come in six stain and two paint options,” Mattox said. “It’s also nice to be able to provide a quality, 100-percent American product to our customers at a reasonable price point. But we feel all six companies we feature give our customers great options, and are all putting out quality-driven products.”

Hearth, Cabinets and More carries six cabinets lines, from beginner lines to high end, also with price points in between. The company also sells countertops, from granite down to laminates, and has tapped the concrete countertop market, which, according to Mattox, is a new trend in the industry.

Mattox added that her team offers free design services, and gratis measuring of a kitchen or bathroom if a customer has committed to purchasing from Hearth, Cabinets and More.

Mattox added that if a full remodel isn’t in a customer’s budget, her design team can still work wonders.

“We can jazz up a kitchen with a new countertop or maybe some new knobs and smaller renovation ideas,” she said. “You’d be surprised how a little can really go a long way.”

Retrofit revolution

While Hearth, Cabinets and More cut their teeth selling wood-burning stoves, natural gas inserts and freestanding units are currently hot sellers.

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