Freestanding cabinets: Newhalem by Strasser Woodenworks

The freestanding cabinets have asymmetrical styling and a streamlined appearance.

Strasser Woodenworks launched Newhalem, the first in a line of limited-edition bath cabinetry.

The freestanding cabinets have asymmetrical styling and a streamlined appearance. Newhalem’s doors have a wider top rail that contributes to a more bold appearance. There are also tapered legs and contiguous side panels. Newhalem cabinets come in 60-, 48-, 42-, 36-, 30- and 24-inch widths, measuring 34-1/2 inches tall and 18 or 21 inches deep. Each configuration is available in Strasser’s 15 finish options. There is also a 70-inch-tall linen tower, along with coordinating medicine cabinets, mirrors and vanity tops. The bar handles, arched handles, knobs and pulls are available in three finishes.

Each piece is made in the U.S. and built to order. Finishes are hand-rubbed, which allows the wood-grain to show through even on the darkest stained finishes. All wood species are sourced from the U.S. or Canada.


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