With an increasing interest from their clients to build secret passages disguised as furniture, Colonial Craft Kitchens decided to entertain this growing interest. While they had been building hideaways for various spaces such as pantries, offices, safe rooms and closets, for their clientele for over a decade, in 2008, they finally gave them a new division named; Colonial Craft Hideaways USA.
Colonial Craft Hideaways USA stays current with technology to maintain an innovation that is sought out nation-wide. Units vary from simple door designs, to full size pocket door cabinets, to free standing armoire hideaway systems. Do you have a TV that’s ruining the aesthetics of your room? Colonial Craft Hideaways has also developed different TV lifts that can literally make your TV disappear into a cabinet and then re-appear when needed.
More recently, Colonial Craft Hideaways USA has attended shows such as the annual, Eastern Sports and Outdoors Show and the Dallas Safari Club Show in Dallas, Texas to showcase their cutting edge hideaway systems.
You’ve got something to hide? We’ve got your solution.
“It was a pleasure doing business with everyone at Colonial Craft Kitchens. Our kitchen hutch top looks great, plus, I love all the extra storage space I have now. It was nice to have a positive experience after all the past problems we had with the people who did our kitchen renovations originally. We want to thank you for all of your help, work and time on this re-do.”
“Colonial Craft Kitchens designed a kitchenette for our newly renovated basement. We absolutely love it! The expertise they showed us is second to none. From meeting with their designer, who is knowledgeable and professional to the installation of the cabinetry, the craftsmanship is outstanding. Budget was also a concern of ours, not a problem. Colonial Craft worked with us and the end result is fabulous. We highly recommend them!”
“When our kitchen contractor first met with us, he questioned as to what we most wanted highlighted in our new room. We both responded the same, “cabinets.” Our contractor then recommended Colonial Craft Kitchens to us. Wow! Talk about an excellent company. (more…)