Dress to Impress your Christmas guests!

Busying around the kitchen this Christmas season will be a breeze with the following goodies.

Base with Roll Trays.

Roll trays bring contents gliding out for easy access. Send your crazy great aunt in search of the sugar cookie dough bowl, or rather, send her directly to that bowl with the organization and convenience Showplace roll trays offer.

Walk-in Pantry.

What appears to be a tall cabinet with four doors opens to reveal a convenient walk-in pantry. With ample easy-to-reach shelving, your grandma can spend more time in the pantry and less time on the step stool in search of her homemade gravy ingredients.

Deluxe Blind Corner.

This clever corner cabinet opens to present two large, full-extension trays, on cantilevered arms, making great use of space that might otherwise be wasted. The entire family will be happier when your great uncle no longer needs to scour the dark abyss of what used to be the corner cabinet, grumbling relentlessly, in search of the jellied cranberries, a staple “he doesn’t even like.”

Pantry Pull-out.

And Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas if your grandpa wasn’t stinking up the house with his smoked oysters. Fortunately (or unfortunately) he’ll have easy access to his crackers and canned shellfish this year.

For more information on Showplace cabinets, visit http://www.ShowplaceWood.com/.

Who wore it better?

Door style: Cambridge | Species: Cherry | Finish: Vintage Autumn

The heartland home (Left) featuring a palette of diverse textures and warm colors OR the family home (Right) on a quiet cul-de-sac with bold shapes and oversized carved accents?

Species: Paint grade | Finish: Vintage Soft Cream

The combination laundry room and guest bath (Left) with generous hanging space OR the laundry room (Right) with countertop space and shelving?

Species: Rustic alder | Finish: Vintage Nutmeg

The lakeside home (Left) with a large central island anchoring the design and creating storage, prep, and serving spaces OR the vacation home (Right) with two islands and a setting steeped in history?

For more information on Showplace cabinets, visit http://www.ShowplaceWood.com/.