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CONESTOGA WOOD PRESENTS METAL MAGIC

Conestoga Wood Specialties’ Expanded Ornamentation Program Delivers Form, Function, Personal Flair to Lead the “Metal Edge” Trend

A powerfully popular trend in Transitional kitchen design matches metal ornamentation with rich woods in an unprecedented fashion – and today’s designers and homeowners seeking to truly express their individual flair for style are glomming on in a big way. And, true to form, Conestoga is a leader in this trend and pushing the boundaries.

Shelf Strap (top). Elliptical Bracket (bottom).

Conestoga’s newly expanded ornamentation program gives designers with vision the ability to incorporate both functional and decorative metal elements into wood kitchens to create styling that’s setting a new and exciting tone.

Conestoga’s new Ascent and Triframe feet models create intriguing points of visual interest at floor level that work extremely well with both contemporary and industrial kitchen design – with metal finish choices to suit most any aesthetic taste. From gold to gun metal grey, raw steel to satin nickel…even wrought iron finishes, the options open up exciting new design ornamentation possibilities. Each is available in both 6” and 9” heights.

At eye level, eye-catching design and practicality rule with sleek Shelf Straps and Elliptical Brackets – two steel shelf support designs that offer designers and homeowners fresh, attractive alternatives to traditional floating shelves. Finishes offered include stainless steel, as well as five other engaging color options, and are available in 8” and 9” depths, giving the style-forward designer new and intriguing ways to push the envelope on the popular open shelf look.

Jeff Eichenseer, Conestoga Director of Marketing & Product Development: “As we continually and carefully monitor the tastes of both designers and the style-savvy homeowner, we’re seeing an exciting absence of fear and hesitation for mixing the practicality and edgy visual appeal of metal ornamentation with extraordinary woods. Whether it’s in clean contemporary or industrial styling, or the more rustic, distressed, and aged looks, this trend is showing tremendous appeal. And we’re very excited to lead the way with offerings that enable the creative spirit to really have some fun with either a consistent look, or with playful mixing and matching of style, metal touches and wood species.”

Ascent Foot (Left). Triframe Foot (Right).