Cuisines Laurier Cabinetry is located in Quebec, Canada. The company began in 1990 as a small workshop where skilled artisans created custom furniture. In Laurier-Station, a little town in the Province of Quebec, cabinet making has been a local tradition for decades. This love of woodworking led to exceptional savoir-faire in hand-crafting and finishing wood cabinetry.

The passionate artisans have developed traditional, contemporary and rustic designs that create a unique line of cabinetry offering custom cabinet sizes, a myriad of colors, dozens of finishing options, and numerous cabinet door models.

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The in-house customer service agents are available to assist designers to go that extra mile to meet the customer's expectations of perfection.

All series of cabinet options offer green construction using formaldehyde free plywood, standard melamine 3/4" construction and 5/8" "Sweet Box" construction for the price minded client.

Standard Wood Species

Rustic Wood Species

Exotic Wood Species

Engineered Wood Veneer

Pine-clear & knotty   African Mahogany Engineered Maple
Ash Rustic Ash Bird's eye Maple Engineered White Oak
Birch Rustic Birch Black American Walnut Engineered Cherry
Cherry Rustic Cherry Figured Anegre Engineered Mahogany
Clear Alder Rustic Alder Hickory
Engineered Walnut
Red Birch Rustic Oak Pearwood Engineered Wenge
Maple Rustic Maple Santos Rosewood Engineered MJacassar Ebony
Red Oak   Sapele Pommele Engineered Teak
Red Oak straight grain   Teak Engineered Zebrawood
Red Oak horizontal grain   Zebrawood  

Renewable Wood Species

Finish Characteristics

Level 2 Options

Hardware Options

Natural Bamboo Stain Thermofoil Full extension hardrock maple drawer construction
Carbonized Bamboo Solid Paint Laminate Metabox drawer construction
Lyptus Glaze Melamine Blumotion self closing door hardware
  Polyurethane high gloss    

6 Square Cabinetry is manufactured in the USA and is a very competitively priced option for those working within a budget.
They offer a limited selection of door styles and colors made from cherry, maple and oak.
My installers have been satisfied with the installation of these cabinets over some of the brands offered by the large department store outlets.
Go to their website at to look at what they offer.