03:11PM | 04/25/05
Member Since: 04/24/05
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We have FOR SALE a complete set of St. Charles cabinets that were custom built for my late granparent's home. (A brick ranch built in 1959.)All were custom designed and installed my Nebraska Custom Kitchens, May 1959. We have all original paperwork and blueprints.

All are original St. Charles custom built with steel-core Formica counters.

Color: Spring Violet with


03:22PM | 04/25/05
Member Since: 04/24/05
3 lifetime posts
(I accidently posted the above, but I know you want the rest of the important details!)

Color: Spring Violet with White Sequin Formica and brushed chrome handles.

There are (4) Wall Units, and (1)large Storage Unit. A Sink Cabinet with Towel Rod and (4) Soiled Linen Units.

They are beautiful and in EXCELLENT condition. (My grandparents were very immaculate.)We are only selling them because they do not suit my mother's current taste.

Our contractor has affirmed that the cabinets are only screwed into the wall. Thus, they should be easily removed without damage. They then can be bubble-wrapped and shipped to a destination.

Please contact me if you would like more information and pictures. My email address is or phone number (308) 567-2254. We are located in Nebraska.

Brianne Aldinger


08:53AM | 04/04/07
Member Since: 04/03/07
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You would not still happen to have the white sequin counter tops or pistures of it would you? I am looking for the product and it is discontinued.





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