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Exquisite new custom cabinetry

Posted on 06/12/2015 by Holly Clark Comments(5)

In a recent blog post, Matt Eddy, CEO of Habersham, discusses Habersham’s new Biltmore Custom Built-In Cabinetry program.

“We’re entering our 11th year of a successful licensing partnership with Biltmore, and we’re excited about this program,” said Matt. “It brings our custom capabilities together with the unlimited design inspiration of Biltmore. As a result, designers and their clients will be able to choose from a number of styles and countless finish options–all designed to bring Biltmore’s timeless elegance to any space in the client’s home.”


Inspired by original designs

According to Matt, Habersham’s custom kitchen cabinetry designs were inspired by elements from the recently restored Louis XV Room in Biltmore House and the estate’s grand kitchens, all originally designed by Biltmore architect Richard Morris Hunt. In particular, the rococo styling of an armoire in the Louis XV Room captured the imagination of Habersham artisans who wanted to bring the ornate details to life in a way would appeal to modern consumers.

Bringing the outdoors inside

“And it’s not just architecture of the estate that inspires us,” Matt said. Habersham designers were equally amazed by the winding curves of the Approach Road leading to Biltmore House. As the landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted’s vision creates a lasting sense of anticipation to see the Vanderbilts’ magnificent home dramatically revealed. Drawing on that sense of wonder inspired by guests seeing Biltmore for the first time, Habersham designed the Biltmore Grand Entry—an exceptional custom piece that elevates any room into a signature statement and sets the tone for what lies beyond.

“Like all our work with Biltmore, these distinctive custom cabinetry examples are available in a variety of hand-finished styles to complement your style and your home,” said Matt.

All of Habersham’s new estate-inspired cabinetry—including the ultimately customizable Wall Systems (shown, right)—invites you to bring a touch of Biltmore’s renowned beauty, grandeur, and hospitality into your own home.

See the collection here. 

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Posted on 11/06/2017 By mohammad a

Good article keep going

Posted on 12/15/2015 By Anita M

That kitchen looks really elegant. I love the scrolling on the cabinets and stuff. It's the little details like that that make the room more than just a place you cook. Maybe I'll have to get new cabinets like that. I want new ones anyway.

Posted on 10/10/2015 By Franki P

I luv, luv, luv the dark cabinetry!!! Absolutely beautiful!! franki

Posted on 08/21/2015 By H R

I have been looking for a company that can replace cabinet doors in Monterey.

Posted on 07/10/2015 By Dave T

I really like the dark wood cabinetry you have in the first picture. It goes well with the appliances you have in the rest of the kitchen. Normally I am not a fan of the darker colors in kitchens, but you pull this off very well.

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