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July, 2021 Archive

HOW CAN YOU MAKE THE MOST OUT OF SMALL SPACES?

Ask any designer, and he/she will tell you the smaller the space, the bigger the design challenge.  But, sometimes there’s a hidden treasure within a small space – our Siteline designers have added some dedicated functionality to these seemingly unproductive spaces. EXAMPLE #1, the entry way boot bench This area could easily have been left […]

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IS PAINT STILL HOT?

A lot is being written these days about a more “natural” or “organic” theme for a new kitchen, bath or other living space.  While this may be true, we are here to say that paint is still our homeowners’ number one choice for new cabinets.  In fact, over 70% of all Siteline Cabinetry orders are […]

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HOW CAN YOU ADD AN ORGANIC FEEL TO YOUR SPACE?

If you haven’t heard… We were excited to reveal our Siteline launch this April! Check out our new collection of Structured Thermally Fused Laminates (TFLs) and door styles. Perfect for anyone wanting to add a touch of organic to their home! So what’s Structured TFL? Structured TFL is a decorative panel pressed at high pressure […]

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HOW CAN YOU STORE MORE IN YOUR KITCHEN?

According to Houzz’s 2021 Kitchen Trends Study, storage was a key takeaway in 2020, for those surveyed. Pull out waste, lazy Susan, and specialty appliance storage were among the top favorites. Good thing Siteline has a plethora of storage options to maximize space in your new kitchen! ANYTHING BUT LAZY Everyone’s favorite corner cabinet solution! […]

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HOW CAN YOU SHOW YOUR CABINETS SOME LOVE?

Disinfecting during a pandemic has become increasingly important. Maybe cabinets have fingerprints or some minor messes from cooking with the family. To protect your beautiful investment, please read below regarding our recommendations for the care and cleaning of your cabinetry. Here are some DO recommendations: Treat your cabinets as you do your fine furniture. Dust […]

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WHAT CABINET COLORS ARE TRENDING IN 2021?

Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) just released their thoughts on 2021 Kitchen Cabinet Color Trends (read more here). How does this affect your Siteline selections, you ask? GREIGE Shown above: Malone style, Thermally Fused Laminate, Aria. Designed by Kane Home Cabinetry & Design. Photography courtesy of Rick Morales. Greige, or grey-beige, doesn’t always have to be a […]

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CAN A SHAKER DOOR STYLE STILL HAVE PERSONALITY?

Siteline offers a multitude of door styles, but our Walton door is a Shaker classic. This door has soared in popularity. Although it may seem understated, there are many ways to pair it with our materials and finishes that truly make this style POP! LOOK ONE Shown above, Walton style, Maple/MDF, Arctic paint Designed by […]

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COLORS TO WATCH IN 2021

Many industry paint brands have recently announced their colors of the year, such as Benjamin Moore®, Pantone® and Sherwin-Williams®! Let’s see what each brand has to say, and how these colors will impact 2021. BENJAMIN MOORE COLOR OF THE YEAR: AEGEAN TEAL Photo courtesy of Benjamin Moore. According to Benjamin Moore, “Nourish the spirit with […]

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SMARTMATTE, THE SMART CHOICE

Meet one of Siteline’s newest material additions, SmartMatte thermofoils. What is it, you ask? SmartMatte not only combines fashion and function, but it is the next generation of materials used for your home. This material is its own version of a larger than life super hero, protecting and defending your kitchen. Its superpowers? Minimized smudging and […]

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LET’S TALK TEXTURE

Texture creates an elemental yet bespoke feel, and its inviting to the touch. Creating visual interest through contrasting or complementary patterns, texture is today’s solution for the smooth landscape of paint. According to Fresh Home, “Honestly, we think that the ‘sense of touch’ part of the definition should be revised to say ‘perceived’ sense of […]

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