Flat Panel Door From CraftMaster Has Shaker Appeal
To provide home builders and remodelers with an interior door option that is as classic as it is modern, CMI is introducing the CraftMaster Crossmore — a new flat-panel door with an elegant, smooth finish — at Booth W1371 at the International Builders’ Show in Orlando on Feb. 13-16.
Inspired by design trends in today’s kitchen and bath cabinetry that reflect growing consumer preference for simple, straight lines, Crossmore features two long, flat vertical panels positioned symmetrically beneath a flat, square header.
The first in a new series of CraftMaster Interior Doors, Crossmore reflects historic American architecture and simplistic Mission-style furniture dating back more than 200 years, yet with a modern design that is equally popular today.
Beginning this spring, Crossmore doors will be available in standard 6’8” and 7’0” heights and in passage widths from 1’6” to 3’0”. Bilfolds will be available for most standard openings from 2’0” to 6’0”. Featuring a semi-solid core construction, most sizes can be specified with either finger-joint or MDF stiles and rails.
Like all CraftMaster Interior Doors, Crossmore is made from molded, high-density fiberboard to resist shrinking, cracking and joint separation. All doors are available primed and ready to paint.
The portfolio of CraftMaster Doors includes an extensive collection of molded doors, wood doors in a variety of designs and species, and flush and mirrored doors.
For more information, visit Booth W1371 at the Builders’ Show, call 800-405-2233 or click here.
Based in Chicago, Craftmaster is a member of the National Council of the Housing Industry — The Leading Supplies of NAHB.
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