660 Door Style
About Waypoint cabinets
Every Waypoint cabinet is constructed at the highest level of craftsmanship. Each component is pressure-fitted, glued, and stapled. Kiln-dried face frames are made with solid hardwood to prevent warping, and half-inch furniture board corner blocks contribute to the integrity of the cabinets. All construction meets or exceeds the rigorous standards set by the American National Standards Institute.
All cabinetry manufactured by Waypoint Living Spaces is certified by KCMA. Cabinets that bear the KCMA seal of certification are recognized as a quality product with the ability to perform after a rigorous battery of tests, simulating years of typical household use.
Waypoint cabinets are made in the U.S.A with U.S. and foreign components.
We use a combination of dense structures to create a highly durable product. This includes wood species such as maple, oak, birch, cherry, poplar, and ash.
Our paint finished materials have combined hardwood and engineered material including solid wood, medium-density fiberboard (MDF), high-density fiberboard (HDF) and similar materials to achieve a product with superior stability, consistency, finish coverage and durability.
Available in Cherry, Maple, or Painted