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kldunn

07:40PM | 06/16/06
Member Since: 06/15/06
2 lifetime posts
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We are remodeling our kitchen and will be selling all of the cream St. Charles kitchen cabinets installed new in 1980. They have a leather (orange peel?) look and are a creamy, almost pale yellow. All metal, including the doors, all lowers have roll outs, 2 spice racks, pantry, desk unit, undercabinet lighting....all in working and beautiful condition. It is a U shaped kitchen with a large center island. Total linear feet: 21' upper, 31'lower. Units: 3'pantry unit, 4.5' desk unit, 11 base units (including lazy susan in corner, working trash compactor, drawers, cabinets, sink base unit), 9 upper units.

susan1142

02:21PM | 07/07/06
Member Since: 12/26/05
6 lifetime posts
I might be interested in these, if you still have them. Do you have pictures of them, and what are you asking for them?

dawn1967

06:31PM | 07/08/06
Member Since: 07/07/06
6 lifetime posts
Am also interested. Please post pics.

bmurphy

10:38AM | 03/11/07
Member Since: 09/27/05
4 lifetime posts
Have you sold them?

kldunn

12:06PM | 03/11/07
Member Since: 06/15/06
2 lifetime posts
I decided to reuse the cabinets in my basement due to lack of interest at the time of my new kitchen being installed. Sorry. Thanks and good luck with your projects.
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