Because Semihandmade Walnut fronts are a natural product, there are variations when it comes to striation and color. “You’re seeing basically this one-of-a-kind, once-living thing playing out across 10, 20, 30 cabinets. Things like burl or knots or even the newer sapwood add this incredible character,” Semihandmade Founder John McDonald says. “You can replicate a lot of it, some of the man-made stuff is incredibly realistic, but it will never be the real thing.”
Cost of Custom
While Walnut fronts are more expensive than the other Semihandmade offerings, the cost for a walnut kitchen is still approximately 30 percent less than going with a custom kitchen. Considering a full on renovation or easy cabinet refacing? Check out the Cost Estimator Tool or speak with a Semihandmade sales rep.
Whether you’re looking to add warmth to your kitchen or infuse a midcentury modern aesthetic, Semihandmade’s Walnut fronts may be the right choice for you. Designer Barbie Palomino infused a moody look with both Semihandmade Supermatte Black Slab and Walnut fronts, while a Northern California home, designed by Destination Eichler, comes to life with walnut cabinetry and blue-green tile. Walnut fronts are timeless for a reason.