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Brasil Stone specializes in beautiful custom cabinetry to compliment every design style. You can choose from a large selection of pre-made cabinets or let our expert team build the perfect cabinets for your home.

Choose from a wide variety of beautiful natural woods; we carry Cherry, Maple, Oak, Alder, Hickory, Birch, Walnut, Pecan and a selection of composite materials.

Wood Selection


Cherry cabinets are characterized by their red undertones, but may vary in color from white to a deep rich brown. Cherry has a smooth, close-grained appearance with a fairly uniform texture and random markings. The even grain allows finishes to be applied with ease.


Maple cabinets are predominately white to creamy-white in color, with occasional reddish-brown tones within a cabinet door panel. The subtle grain pattern of Maple wood creates a smooth, uniform appearance.


Oak cabinets have distinct grain patterns and range in color from white to pink and reddish tones. Streaks of green, yellow and even black may appear due to mineral deposits in the wood.

Alder Wood:

Alder cabinets are characterized by light brown and reddish undertones. Alder has a straight and even-textured wood grain with indistinct boundaries between the heartwood and the sapwood.


Hickory cabinets have a naturally contrasting appearance due to the heartwood and sapwood of the Hickory wood. The color may range from blonde or white to reddish-brown and dark brown.


Birch cabinets have a smooth surface texture with a tight wood grain that is strong and heavy. The predominant sapwood color of Birch is white to creamy yellow, while the heartwood varies from medium to dark brown to reddish brown.

Wood Walnut

Walnut cabinets feature graceful grain patterns and muted brown hues. The smooth, fine and general straight wood grain has colors that range from deep chocolate to light reddish-gray brown.

Compound Materials:

Brasil Stone offers many choices for compound materials that are highly durable, less susceptible to discoloration and easy to maintain, including laminate cabinets, thermofoil cabinets and more.

Brasil Stone offers a variety of finishes for our wood products that perfectly accent any home’s decor. Choose from a wide selection of stains, paints, and glazes. We also offer quite a few different finishing techniques and an assortment of beautiful pieces of hardware to complete the design.



Stains can be applied to cabinet doors to enhance the natural beauty of the wood, while also adding beautiful color. Cabinet stains can range from light to very dark. Light stains will allow you to see more of the wood’s natural character, while darker stains will hide much of the grain, but can create richer color and a more dramatic look.


Paints can be applied to cabinetry when the desired look is an opaque-colored finish. When using a painted finish on tighter grained types of wood, you will be left with a smooth finish. On coarse-grained wood, like oak, the grain texture will be partially visible under the finish.


Glazes are meant to highlight the different edges on a piece of cabinetry. They can be applied to both stain and paint finishes. There are two types of glazes: flooded and penned. In the flooded glaze process, the glaze material is sprayed onto the entire cabinet door and is then wiped off everywhere except in the highlight areas. In a penned glaze process, the material is hand-applied to only to the highlighted areas.

Finishing Techniques:

Techniques like sanding edges, distressing the finish, or adding dents and gouges to cabinets, can create a worn-in and perfectly aged look. Finishing techniques are a great way to give your cabinets a truly unique appearance.

Accents and Embellishments:

Cabinet accents and embellishments can provide depth and finish to your new kitchen, support your selected design theme and bring a quality of completion to the project. Following are some types of cabinet accents to consider when designing your room.

Cabinet Moldings:

There are several cabinet moulding options available, ranging from simple crown moulding to more elaborate, stacked designs with inlays. You can also use light rail moulding to disguise under cabinet lighting, or baseboard moulding to cover the toe-kick area and give your cabinets a furniture feel.

Cabinet Legs and Feet:

Create a statement at a sink or cooktop area by flanking it with decorative cabinet legs that suit your style. If you enjoy furniture-type detailing, your cabinet designer might suggest a decorative foot application to the toe-kick space on selected cabinets.

Split Turnings:

Flat on one side, turned on the other, split turnings are accent elements that allow your designer to embellish a tall cabinet unit by attaching the flat side to the face of an end panel with the stile attached. Similarly, a split turning can add the look of a table leg to a bumped out area – such as a sink or a stovetop.

Cabinet Onlays:

Decorative onlays help to convey a theme within a room, helping you to accentuate your style. Typically more traditional in design, these details might be placed on the aprons of wood hoods, on a straight valance above a refrigerator or in front of a window.

Cabinet Valances:

Although a decorative valance is commonly found above a window, it can also be used at the toe space of cabinets to create a furniture look. In addition, a cabinet valance can be used as the overhang of an island, providing the more finished look of a table in your kitchen.

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