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Shaker Cabinetry

In the 1800s Shakers produced wooden cabinets that were simple and functional. The clean, simple lines still appeal to busy, modern families. The Shakers brought their functional, simple, and sturdy designs to the New World in the 18th Century and, ever since, Americans have incorporated their fine lines and well-made constructions into cabinetry. Hand-crafted with care and superior workmanship, Shaker cabinetry is available from a wide range of expert suppliers such as Yorktowne, the Kennebec Company, Black Cove Cabinetry, and Crown Point Cabinetry.

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Winchester, VA
A leading manufacturer of stock cabinetry sold through Home Depot and Lowes - among other places. Many lines and styles, with aggressive big-box pricing. Cabinet…
Amish- and Mennonite- made furnishings and products with a large selection of products all made in the Amish/Mennonite communities inIndiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
London, ON
Cabinet hardware, accessories and woodworking supplies including doors, handles, tambours and more.
Custom frameless cabinet manufacturer specializing in creating period looks through use of door styling, mouldings and material finishes, combining state-of-the-art construction and storage features with…
Manufacturer of bathroom vanities, available through kitchen and bath dealers and plumbing supply showrooms mainly in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States. Company offers handcrafted Shaker…
Manufacturer of custom cabinet doors. cabinet door components, millwork and cabinet face frames.
Colrain, MA
Stan Pike Designs - Featuring the craftsmanship of Stan Pike, designer and maker of hand made wood furniture, specializing in apothecary cabinets and other unique…
Handcrafted cabinetry with styles from early 17th century Colonial to 20th century Arts and Crafts and the many period styles in between,
Moser's furniture celebrates the natural beauty of wood. Elements of American Shaker, German Bauhaus and Asian-inspired designs, 19th century joinery techniques and American black cherry…