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Wellborn Cabinet, Inc. Introduces Aspire Cabinetry
January 13, 2016
Ashland, AL: Wellborn Cabinet, Inc. is excited to announce our new Frameless line, Aspire Cabinetry, which will be unveiled at KBIS 2016! Inspired by the European cabinetry, this contemporary style offers a sleek, clean design.
The distinctive characteristic of frameless cabinetry is the absence of the face frame on the front of the cabinet box. This technique provides more room for storage and easier accessibility.
Paul Wellborn, President and CEO of Wellborn Cabinet, Inc. stated, “Frameless is on a fast pace increase of use in the US market. We are dedicated to providing our kitchen and bath dealers the products they need to service the market demands.”
Aspire Cabinetry is a Full Access Frameless line set to launch in the first quarter of 2017. The line will include an extensive amount of door styles including wood, textured melamine, and metal. An expansive color palette will span across stains, paints, and colors in metals and melamine door materials. The cabinet constructions will be ¾” thick thermofused melamine end panels, shelves, tops and cabinet bottoms. All doors will have fully concealed Euro cup hinges with a six-way adjustability. These door hinges include self-closing integrated soft close features, for that ever so quiet close. The brand will include two drawer options: a 5/8 solid wood dovetail drawer with natural finish and a double sided metal drawer with powder coated steel in silver color. Both drawer guide systems feature full extension and soft close system that close with just a slight touch.
Angela O’Neill, Director of Marketing quoted, “Our new Aspire Full Access Frameless line is set to launch in 2017. With this addition to the many brands Wellborn offers including, Wellborn Select and Premier Series, Estate, Closets and Elegant Bath Furniture line, Aspire adds the finishing touch to our product offering.”