[ UK /kˈæbɪnətɹˌi/ ]
[ US /ˈkæbnətɹi/ ]
  1. the craft of making furniture (especially furniture of high quality)
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How To Use cabinetry In A Sentence

  • As many world travelers know, Europeans view their kitchen cabinetry quite differently than Americans typically do.
  • The off white walls contrasted with the dark wood floors and cabinetry is quite striking. Colorful Interior Design : Bloom House by Greg Lynn Architects
  • The glossy white links to the kitchen cabinetry, and sets off simply carved Dutch antique chairs that Susie has been pushing under different tables for over 20 years.
  • These formal shops with five to ten employees manufacture farm machinery, hydraulic equipment, storage barns, furniture, and cabinetry.
  • For those unable to afford elaborately carved items or high-quality cabinetry, there was nevertheless much practical, utilitarian furniture.
  • Closets cost less than built-in cabinetry, and they can be built by a handyman who is accustomed to framing and drywalling.
  • Cabinetry, in both cherry wood and ivory-matte lacquer finishes, was selected to create an unfitted furniture look.
  • More clients are seeking an integrated design solution for their kitchen that not only coordinates cabinetry and the appliance suite, but also complementary portable appliances.
  • It's like finely detailed cabinetry on a bigger scale. Times, Sunday Times
  • Features: Brazilian teak floors, master bedroom with gas fireplace, master bath with audio speakers, library with built-in cabinetry, recreation room with full bar, artist studio, built-in central-vacuum system, outside deck, waterfall and pond. Bellingham, Wash.: Signs of stabilization in housing market
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