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     1. Poggenpohl has introduced colors not usually
     seen in a kitchen. They are deliberately neither
     loud nor shrill, yet consciously reflect the cur-
     rent trend toward more color, the company says.
     The names of these new colors are derived from
     the mineral colors on which they are based:
     Cubanite, a beige tone; Oxide, a light blue;
     Fluorite, a modest green; and Curite, a fresh cop-
     pery orange. Poggenpohl. Circle 78

     2.    Canyon Creek Cabinet Co. recently intro-
     duced four new door styles: Aberdeen, Emerson,
     Monterey and Ridgecrest. Taking inspiration
     from four of their bestselling raised-panel doors,                         3
     the company has increased the stiles and rails to
     3 in. It has also added 11 new mouldings and                                       5                                        4
     light valances, including various sized bull-nose,
     beaded, round and square options as                                                                                                                        6
     well as corner ogees and filler and panel mouldings.
     Canyon Creek Cabinet Co. Circle 79

     3. Minimal design characterizes the look of Calibra, a
     contemporary slab door style from Armstrong Cabinet
     Products in solid Plantation Hardwood. Slightly radiused
     edges on all four sides of the doors and drawers combined
     with full overlay cabinetry styling make simple doors
     elegant. Calibra is available in five contemporary finishes,
     including Espresso, Honey, Mocha, Chestnut and Bordeaux. A
     wide variety of hardware and convenient accessories is available.
                                                                                            5. The Hidden Kitchen
                                                                                            is part of Allmilmo’s
     Armstrong Cabinet Products. Circle 80
                                                                                            “DesignArt” line and com-
                                                                                            bines book-matched and
     4.    Modern Chinoiserie from Plain & Fancy couples time-honored                       veneered teak wood with contoured black lacquer finishes. Its closing
     Chinese Chippendale details with modern finishes to create a fresh                     mechanism, built on a curved (retractable) track, allows for complete
     version of a classically inspired tradition. The cabinetry features                    concealment of the kitchen’s cabinets and appliances, creating a
     the Silver Veil fin
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