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Artisan Effects
Artisan Effects are illustrated on pages 24–25.
Construction Considerations
Inset cabinetry has doors that are precisely “set into” the cabinet’s face frame. We manufacture inset cabinetry with tight reveals and take great care to create square, true cabinets. When adding inset cabinetry to your home, consider:
1. Quality installation is a must. If cabinets are not installed properly, doors may appear warped even though they are not. Every homeowner should expect their walls and floors to have variations;
a well-qualified installer can properly shim inset
cabinetry so it does not become out of square.
2. Homeowners should be prepared to adjust their
doors seasonally as temperatures change.
3. Wall and utility wall inset cabinets are 12” deep. The standard inside storage dimension is 103⁄4”.
Unless the cabinet is modified to a greater depth, the cabinet will not accommodate oversized plates or dinnerware.
ARTISAN EFFECTS
Use this chart to review the characteristics that are included in the distressing package that you selected.
Brush stroke (as seen in Villa)
Chiseling (as seen in Homestead) Dips Knife cuts Light chain distressing Padding (as seen in Chateaux) Rasping Rounded corners
Rub through on flat surfaces
Spattering
Speckling (with Latté glaze, as seen in Linen)
Speckling (with dark brown, as seen in Chateaux)
Worm holes Worn edges on center panel
Custom Colors
Talk to your Brookwood Cabinetry Designer about the additional costs and delivery times for a custom color.
Warranty
Brookwood Cabinetry’s construction, materials and all finishes are covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Use this chart to review the characteristics you can add to your custom color.
CUSTOM COLORS
Artisan Effects
Cottage with light chain distressing Cottage without light chain distressing Old World Distressing
Distressing techniques
Brush stroke (as seen in Villa)
Chiseling (as seen in Homestead) Dips Knife cuts Light chain distressing Padding (as seen in Chateaux) Rasping Rounded corners Rub through on flat surfaces Spattering Speckling (with Latté glaze, as seen in Linen) Speckling (with dark brown, as seen in Chateaux)
Worm holes Worn edges on center panel
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Custom Stain
Custom Stain with Glaze
Custom Tinted Varnish
Custom Tinted Varnish with Glaze
Cottage with light chain distressing Cottage without light chain distressing Old World Distressing


































































































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