Marsh Furniture was founded in 1906 in High Point, North Carolina and has remained family owned since it first opened its doors. Marsh is a true pioneer in the US kitchen cabinetry history and is at the origin of “modern kitchen cabinets”. Some of the cabinet layouts manufactured by Marsh were some of the first to be shipped “ready-to-assemble”, as well as other that included tilt-out flour bins with built in sifters, sliding tambour doors, enameled metro work surfaces, or casters to makes cupboards portable. After the Depression, Marsh pioneered the next idea in kitchen cabinetry and developed ore-fabricated kitchen cabinets with separate wall and base units. This new twist on the large and bulky “kitchen safes” further streamlined and modernized kitchen cabinets and made them readily available for contractors who could then easily build them into new homes. The phenomenal success of this concept established Marsh as a leader in the new construction industry and provided new opportunities for product development.
Over the years, Marsh has developed and expanded its offerings to continue to provide its customers quality cabinets featuring popular materials, styles, finishes and accessories. Marsh offers three lines of cabinetry: Traditional, Transitional and Contemporary. The Traditional line offers classic elegance to Shaker simplicity. The Transitional lines boosts a comfortable mix of old and new while the Contemporary line includes clean, simple, and uncomplicated doors facings.
Some kitchen and bath cabinet options with Marsh include soft close and full drawer extension, standard and full overlay and dovetail assembly. Each drawer has a maximum weight capacity of 75 lbs.
Cherry: Maple is a hard, dense wood with a closed grain that gives its texture uniformity. It’s perfect for painting or staining
Maple: Maple is a hard, dense wood with a closed grain that gives its texture uniformity. It’s perfect for painting or staining
Oak: Oak is an extremely hard wood with an open grain. Its coarsely textured grain patterns often vary from tight to wide.
Birch: Birch is a medium hard wood with plan and closed grain and a curly or way pattern. Its light wood takes stain well.