Greyson is exactly what you would expect in a vintage kitchen from a beautiful European estate. Utilizing solid white oak, the tops on each piece are allowed to retain the natural markings of the wood, and are hand-worn for a vintage feel. These weathered tops are then finished in a fossil tone and correlate seamlessly with solid Pacific Northwest alder cabinets. The tighter grain alder allows for a smoother, more refined surface to create contrast against the oak. Detailed, nature inspired carvings blend with pronounced architectural motifs to complete the style. Greyson follows the formula that has made Kincaid solid wood furniture sought after for four generations: original design, heirloom solid wood construction, and an honest value. In addition to modern features like our adjustable soft-close drawer glides, Kincaid utilizes the best of the old-world construction techniques. Such features include English Dovetails, mortise and tenon construction, floating tops and panels, full dust proofing, and multi-step hand-rubbed finishes.
The Montreat collection is a balanced mix of clean lines and natural materials setting the stage for a unique interplay. Montreat is made from solid Dutch White Cedar and finished in gray tones of our Graphite finish. Burnished edges accent the mitered face molding that frames each piece with an angular design element. The accent drawers across the top of several pieces have a corrugated detail for a linear effect with custom tear drop drawer pulls. The hardware is finished in a subtle, unique Black Nickel tone. In addition to modern features like our adjustable soft-close drawer glides, Kincaid solid wood furniture utilizes the best of the old-world construction techniques. Such features include English Dovetails, mortise and tenon construction, floating tops and panels, full dust proofing, and multi-step hand-rubbed finishes.
The Tuscano collection has deep roots. In fact, the design of Tuscano started as our in-house designer stood admiring an antique kitchen island that had been originally built in Italy in the late 18th century. The key element that caught our eye was the simple, supportive corbel that finished off the top of each post. That shape became the became the sketch that this entire European inspired collection would be built from.