Six Glazes Created for Popular Kitchen Door
Not available until late March but scheduled to be unveiled at this week’s International Builders’ Show in Orlando, Fla., six glazed finishes have been created for Merrilat’s (Booth W1101) popular Classic Somerton Hill kitchen door.
Somerton Hill is a traditionally styled door with a raised panel, bead detailing and a decorative profile that is ideal for glazed finishes, which give it a time-worn look.
The glazed door “hints of a time-honored historic Spanish influence, but is not limited to some creativity in a variety of settings and styles,” said Faith Allen, senior product manager for Merillat.
The glazes consist of a contrasting color applied over a base finish:
- Artisan Bronze is a brown glaze over maple toffee.
- Venetian Fresco is a brown glaze over natural maple.
- Blond Tuscany is a white glaze over maple toffee.
- Frosted Cafe is a white glaze over cherry cider.
- Spiced Cognac is a brown glaze over cherry cider.
- Ebony Mist is a black glaze over cherry paprika.
Based in Adrian, Mich., Merillat is a member of the National Council of the Housing Industry — The Supplier 100 of NAHB.
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