With their over decades of experience in the industry of kitchen renovation and cabinetry, it is safe to assume that Fabuwood’s products will add an air of elegance and a touch of modern design to your kitchen aura.
The lumber used for the cabinets in Fabuwood comes with a qualification called Q12. The Q12 standard makes sure that the producer company carefully selects their lumber in top-quality. This basically means that your Fabuwood cabinets will long for a very long time and will add value to your property as a whole.
For styles, you can pretty much go in any direction with Fabuwood cabinets’ versatile design schema. They have all types of categories that correspond to your desire to create either a traditional, modern, cozy or even Victorian-era vibe. We at Kitchen Hill provide a wide variety of Fabuwood cabinets’ styles ranging from Galaxy, Nexus, Metro to Wellington.
The multiply varying models of Fabuwood allow you to attain any look you desire for your kitchen atmosphere. Do you prefer to go classical? You can go white with cutting-edge designs such as Onyx Frost and Discovery Frost. If you prefer something more cozy for your kitchen environment Galaxy Espresso and Galaxy Cobblestone are your to-go for brown and dark brown. Metro Java is another adherently modern design that looks fascinating with wooden and brick kitchen interiors.
No matter what color or option you are looking for, our diverse spectrum of Fabuwood kitchen cabinets along with our years of expertise in the kitchen design industry here at Kitchen Hill, we will ensure that you pick the right choice for your kitchen to display your unique persona like never before.
Fabuwood kitchen cabinets are made in the brand's state-of-the-art production facilities located in Cressona, PA. The production facility is over one million square feet in size and produces all American solid wood kitchen cabinets as well as other cabinet variants.
Fabuwood kitchen cabinets are made from plywood, solid wood, and MDF for door panels. The types of wood used for production vary for each section of the cabinets. Birch is most commonly used for their kitchen cabinets as well as oak. In addition to solid wood variants, Fabuwood produces laminate and thermofoil styles available in stained, painted, glazed, and high-end glass finishes.