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New Finish Hues Drawn from Nature are Part of Decora Cabinet Introductions

Exciting new paint colors are just some of the latest additions to the Decora cabinetry line, available from DRESSER HULL.

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The new colors, borrowed from nature and featuring green hues, include Foxhall Green, characterized as having “rich, deep jewel-tone appeal.” It is joined by Dried Thyme, a softer, lighter green, and Silvermist, which the company says can “exhibit more blue than green or vice versa, depending on the surrounding environment.” Westhighland White has also been added to the paint choices. These four paint colors are all available on quartersawn oak, which the company says lends texture to painted cabinetry. Color samples can be seen at the DRESSER HULL KITCHEN & BATH DESIGN SHOWROOM, 80 Raiload St., Lee, Mass.

Three new stain colors also have been added: Antelope, Mohair, and Cabana, offering a range of light and dark options. As with the paints, not all colors are available on all wood types. Adding new interest to stained finishes, Decora is now making speckling (black only) available with a broader range of stains. Check with our designers for options.

The sizable product expansion includes additional doors styles available in walnut, and the “whisper gray” Angora cabinet color available on more wood species. There are also new decorative hardware choices and much more.

Let us know how we can help! Our experienced kitchen designers will be happy to show you around our design center, walk you through current catalogs, and answer any questions you may have about cabinet selection. Please set up a meeting in advance with one of our designers, either by phone at 413-243-1400, or online at our website. You can learn more about our services and get answers to frequently asked questions here. We look forward to working with you!

Decora's "whisper gray" Angora cabinet color is now available on more wood species.

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