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The Masterpiece® Collection

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The refreshed product offering you have been asking for is finally here. We are proud to unveil The Masterpiece® Collection—the very best from Merillat Cabinetry—coming to a showroom near you starting March 13, 2018. With more than 4,000 new SKUs, including dozens of new door styles, and fresh paints and finishes, this collection delivers beautiful, functional, and flexible options to elevate your designs.

“Whether homeowners are drawn to classic tones or a bold color scheme, ultra-modern foils or an heirloom look, The Masterpiece Collection from Merillat Cabinetry introduces trend-forward styles that can give them precisely the spaces that suit their lifestyle,” commented Sarah Reep, Director, Designer Relations and Education, Masco Cabinetry.

Some features to look forward to from The Masterpiece Collection include:

  • New paints, stains and expanded wood options, including a softer look with Suede topcoat and a new Rustic Alder with knotholes, burls and mineral streaks
  • Extra-solid EverCore® doors and drawer fronts that have no grain and react less to temperature and humidity compared to regular wood, providing an especially smooth painted finish
  • Base corner Smart Space Solutions cabinets that create usable space out of a normally wasted area
  • Base roll-out solutions that make hard-to-reach items more accessible
  • Aged and Distressed techniques that achieve the look of well-loved cabinetry
  • Auto open cabinets that open with a gentle nudge and close with a soft touch

Whether it’s an entirely new SKU or an evolution of a previous product, we’ve designed solutions to seamlessly complete your customers’ homes. With the strength of more than 70 years built into The Masterpiece® Collection, Merillat Cabinetry is proud to present these new products for a lifetime of beautiful use.

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