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smullen96515454

06:36PM | 08/17/07
Member Since: 08/16/07
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I am remodeling my kitchen and removing St. Charles metal cabinetry in decent shape that was probably installed in the 1950s. They were originally pink but have been painted white (interiors still pink). There are 5 uppers (three with undermount flourescent lights), 1 floor-to-ceiling wall unit, with a door that folds down to create a work station, and 6 lowers.

Tear out is just about done and we have room to store the cabinetry (for a little while anyway), but would be interested in finding a home for them.

shargus

05:06AM | 08/21/07
Member Since: 04/04/07
6 lifetime posts
Could you please email me a phto of what you have availible? [email protected]

thanks

coraltrin

04:45AM | 08/23/07
Member Since: 08/22/07
1 lifetime posts
Please send me photos at [email protected] and let me know where you're located.

Thanks

Coral Brathwaite

joephilippon

11:07AM | 10/19/07
Member Since: 10/18/07
1 lifetime posts
Hello,

I am in dire need of a hinge for onr og my St. Charles cabinets. While removing the cabinets to repaint them, we broke a hinge. Would you be willing to send the parts to one of your cabinets to an extremely desperate St Charles cabinet owner? I'd be willing to pay for the parts and the shipping.

You can contact me directly if it is easier at [email protected]

Thanks,

Joe
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