Henrybuilt Expands Aesthetic Range

Henrybuilt Expands Aesthetic Range

American kitchen system manufacturer Henrybuilt has expanded its product line to accommodate a wider aesthetic range. New materials and finishes allow the company to create personalized kitchens with the high level of function and consistency that comes with a system.

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Henrybuilt has added elements like reclaimed wood, leather pulls, and new textures to its range, making it easier for designers to create a kitchen that has the appearance of custom cabinetry

The Henrybuilt system acts as a framework that provides high-quality designs regardless of aesthetic direction. The new range includes reclaimed Douglas fir option, which joins the company’s standard material palette of American black walnut, rift-cut white oak, teak, wedge, bamboo, and HPL. New cabinet front options including tongue-and-grove and molded styles are inspired by detailing found in traditional woodworking. Custom, made-to-order patterns are now available in Paperstone and solid-surface material.

“The patterns shown are samples of what is possible, but we will work with clients to achieve additional looks using a combination of CNC milling and handwork,” explained company spokesperson Lisa Day in an email. A selection of leather pulls is also being made in-house and is available in custom options as well as in the styles pictured above.

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About the Manufacturer: Henrybuilt was founded in 2001 to create the first American kitchen “system.” Our primary goal is to produce the best kitchen and whole house furniture and storage systems in the world, based on an ideal combination of system development, customization, craft quality and design service. The company operates showrooms in Seattle and New York, an office in Los Angeles, as well as a 40,000-square-foot engineering and manufacturing facility in Seattle. Henrybuilt has completed over 1,500 major projects for clients throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe.

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