St Martin

Wellington Oceana Blue


St. Martin’s superior component specifications, attention to detail and furniture quality multistep finishes are very hard to beat. Add to the mix aggressive price to market, customization, great design flexibility and fast turn-around times, and we believe that St. Martin produces one of the finest cabinetry values available.


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Specifications

Drawer Box Our drawer box is made of 3/4” solid maple featuring dovetailed joinery at the corners. The drawer bottom is 3/8” plywood with a natural maple melamine face.
Cabinet Shelves

3/4” thick plywood with a durable wood-grain washable melamine, solid wood edge banding.

Cabinet Floor and Ceiling 3/4” Plywood with a durable wood-grain washable melamine interior.
Drawer Front 7/8” thick in solid woods in several outstanding finishes.
Cabinet Sides 3/4” Plywood with a durable wood-grain washable melamine interior.
Cabinet Toe Kick 4 1/2” high toe space. A 3/4” plywood unfinished toe kick is standard, and a matching 3/4” plywood toe kick cover available.
Doors 7/8” thick in solid woods in several outstanding finishes.
Shelf Supports Metal support slides into pre-drilled holes in the box for added strength and stability.
Metal inset shelf supports and Solid wood edgebanded shelf
Hinges Blum Six-away adjustable soft close hinges
Cabinet Back 1/4” Plywood with a durable wood-grain washable melamine interior.
Drawer Slides Concealed, undermount, full-extension slides with a 70 Ib. capacity.

16-Step Furniture Finish

We take several additional step-16 in all – to ensure that we give our customers the finest finish available. Our finishes are skillfully applied resulting in a smooth and durable surface.
Creating a fine furniture quality finish begins long before any stains or paints are applied. In order to create a beautiful finish, we start out by selecting premium quality, Cherry and Alder lumber and select veneers.
Wood components are meticulously cared for throughout our process. From precise machining, through delicate hand sanding steps,we take great care in starting the process out well.
We take great pride in our fine finish an we kown that you will too!
Below you will find listed the steps that we take to create our beautiful St. Martin finish.

Wood Color Adjustment Each wood component is examined and toned to a uniform color.
Base Color Base color is applied by hand spray and allowed to air dry for thirty minutes.
Wash Coat Wash coat is applied by hand spray.
Air Drying & Oven Cure Each component air dries five to ten minutes and then is oven cured for thirty minutes.
Hand Sanding Sealed surfaces are now hand sanded with 400 grit sand paper.
Glaze Glaze is applied utilizing a soft bristled glazing brush to enhance grain detail.
Oven Cure Finish is allowed to oven cure for twenty minutes.
Sealer Applied A durable sealer is applied to strengthen the finish and seal out moisture.
Air Drying & Oven Cure Parts air dried for ten minutes and then cycle into drying ovens to cure for thirty minutes.
Hand Sanding Sealed surfaces are now hand sanded with 400 grit sand paper.
Wash Coat A second wash coat is now hand sprayed on to components.
Color Adjustment Here we apply a final finish adjustment to ensure consistent color on all pieces.
Second Sealer Coat Applied Parts receive a second sealer coat to increase durability.
Air Drying & Oven Cure Each component air dries five to ten minutes and then is oven cured for thirty minutes.
Hand Sanding Sealed surfaces are hand sanded with 400 grit sand paper creating a very smooth and uniform surface.
Top Coat & Inspection A premium quality catalyzed conversion varnish top coat is applied making our products scratch, scuff, moisture and stain resistant. Parts are air dried for fifteen minutes and are moved to drying ovens to cure for a minimum of one hour. Our last step is rigorous final inspection ensuring that each finished part meets our very rigid quality standards.