Weathered and Heritage Paint Collections: These two new finish collections have an authentic “reclaimed” look and a color palette of neutral and gray tones that are so popular today.
Dura Supreme’s new Weathered finishes are a one-of-a-kind look that portrays wood that has been exposed to the elements (sun, wind and rain). Our special finishing process raises the grain to expose swirls and patterns with a uniquely textured surface. The wood is then lightly distressed by hand to replicate age and wear. 18 stunning wood and finish combinations are available in our Designer and Alectra Cabinetry lines.
According to Karen Wistrom, ASID, VP of Marketing for Dura Supreme, “Many homeowners will envision this finish for rustic or coastal applications, but it looks equally beautiful alongside white paint in transitional designs! In addition, these weathered finishes can be mixed with sleek contemporary designs, including high-gloss foils and acrylics, for an edgy, modern look.”
Our new Heritage Paint collection features finishes that are layered to look like furniture that has been re-finished over the years and the paint has begun to chip away to reveal the underlying finish color. Over time, a well-loved painted furniture piece will show distinctive signs of wear and use. Each chip and dent tells the story of its history through layers of paint. With its beautifully aged surface and chipped edges, our Heritage Paint collection is designed to resemble a cherished family heirloom.
Located in Howard Lake, Minnesota, Dura Supreme is a second-generation, family-owned company that manufactures semi-custom and custom, framed and frameless cabinetry for a nationwide network of dealers. For 50+ years homeowners and designers have looked to Dura Supreme for kitchen and bath cabinetry that fulfills their desire for personalized design choices and outstanding quality of construction. To learn more about Dura Supreme or to contact an authorized Dura Supreme cabinetry dealer visit www.durasupreme.com