Dura Supreme was founded in Minnesota in the 1950s with a vision of delivering value along with quality design choices in hand-crafted cabinetry. The company offers both framed and frameless (full-access) construction cabinetry products in a wide variety of styles, finishes, wood species, and contemporary options. Dura Supreme also offers cabinetry and furnishing throughout the home, including mudroom lockers, entryway hall trees, fireplace mantles, entertainment centers, home bars, furniture vanities, bath furniture, vanity mirrors, floating vanities/cabinetry, laundry room cabinets, media centers, kitchen islands/tables and much more.
Dura Supreme’s Crestwood cabinetry is a traditional American style — an aesthetic style that seamlessly blends into any home. The Crestwood line is perfect for various homeowners as it can easily be tailored to your home’s design.
The Bria cabinetry line features frameless (full-access) construction inspired by European cabinet-making. Frameless cabinets are an excellent option for homeowners who want versatility — as the Bria line can be made to look old-world classic or ultra-modern — but would still like easy access to their belongings and storage.
Dura Supreme has showrooms in every state, all of which are equipped with a highly trained professional designer prepared to guide you toward your dream kitchen or bath.
Whether you decide to go with Dura Supreme’s Crestwood or Bria cabinetry line, you’ll be impressed (and possibly overwhelmed) with the number of finishes, wood materials, storage, doors, and design elements there are to choose from.
Dura Supreme wood selections include cherry, maple, knotty alder, red oak, hickory, rustic hickory, and quarter-sawn white oak. There are a couple of exotic veneers such as bamboo, walnut, and shale.
This is excellent news for homeowners as the possibilities are nearly endless. You can choose a cherry wood with a cider finish for a warm tone or textured TFL with a drifted oak finish for a subtle, cool tone.
Dura Supreme’s vast selection gives homeowners the flexibility to create the home they’ve always wanted.
Dura Supreme’s Personal Paint Match Program allows consumers to choose from the entire Sherwin-Williams paint palette and the Benjamin Moore paint palette — that’s over 5,000 colors to choose from — for your new kitchen or bath cabinetry.
However, if you aren’t impressed with the paint color selection, Dura Supreme offers a Custom Finish Program. With this program, Dura Supreme will create a custom finish just for you. The company promises that whether you’re trying to coordinate with a piece of furniture or match a color from a priceless family heirloom, it can match it.
If you’re on the fence about purchasing cabinetry without first seeing it in person, you may want to use Dura Supreme’s Showroom Finder tool. With this tool, you can search for a Dura Supreme showroom near you. All you need to do is enter your state or zip code, and the finder will pull up all the places where you can take a look at your options in person.
Dura Supreme prides itself on being a planet-conscious company. The company states that it is dedicated to protecting the environment and highly values its natural resources. In fact, Dura Supreme recycles 99.9 percent of its wood waste and reuses it as livestock bedding, has recycling stations (paper, plastic, etc.) throughout its facility, and uses motion sensors and programmable thermostats in the office to reduce the use of heat and light.
Dura Supreme cabinets are also certified under the Environmental Stewardship Program. This certification is from the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association or the KCMA and is only given to companies that exemplify environmentally responsible processes and green practices.
Even more impressive is that the KCMA reviews each company annually to ensure everything complies with its standards. This proves to us that Dura Supreme is committed to supporting sustainability.
Unfortunately, Dura Supreme has no way for homeowners to see what their new cabinets will look like in their home. When it comes to building or remodeling a home, many consumers want to see if their flooring of choice clashes against the wall color or their furniture.
It’s not a deal-breaker that Dura Supreme doesn’t include this tool on its website, but it would be nice if Dura Supreme offered some way for consumers to visualize what their cabinets might look like.
While there is a lot of information about how to prepare for a remodel or choose the best color for your home, there is little information on what options are available for customers who aren’t satisfied with the final product. Dura Supreme doesn’t appear to have any type of satisfaction guarantee, so there are no promises that the company will come back and fix whatever your issue is.
However, the company does focus on customer service, so it’s possible you could work something out with the company, but it might be on a case-by-case basis.
CarolB Howard Lake, MN
11 months ago
robert sprague Marstons Mills, MA
1 year ago
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Sep. 7th, 2021