Ashland and Portland Collections Are Loaded with Options and Accessories, Making it Easy for Homeowners to Achieve that Furniture-like Look

Combining sophisticated craftsmanship with furniture-like detail, American Woodmark® brand cabinets brings two new exclusive collections to The Home Depot. Part of American Woodmark’s Designer’s Choice® collections, the Ashland™ and Portland™ door styles offer homeowners a versatile, self-assured look that is perfect for a full range of home decorating styles, but does so at a very competitive price.

“Whether homeowners are interested in clean and contemporary, traditional and luxurious, or stylish and fun designs, they are always looking for a way to put their mark on their new space,” says Connie Edwards, CKD, CBD and American Woodmark’s director of design. “With their comfortable and inviting design, as well as American Woodmark’s comprehensive offering of custom features and decorative accessories, the Ashland and Portland collections make it easy for homeowners to achieve a versatile, yet personalized look.”

Ashland, American Woodmark’s best-selling veneer door, features a partial overlay, recessed panel design on Cathedral or Square door styles. Available in Cherry, Maple, or Oak, the collection is loaded with decorative features usually reserved for expensive custom cabinetry, including a variety of American Woodmark’s premium finishes. Ashland Maple is currently offered in a clean-looking Natural, new lush Honey, or warm Spice finish, and with American Woodmark’s Mocha or new Coffee premium glaze. Ashland Oak is offered with a Natural, Honey, or Tawny finish and is perfect for enriching a traditional look. For a more rich, elegant style, Ashland Cherry is offered in a warm Spice or deep red-tone Bordeaux finish, or luscious Chocolate premium glaze.

The Portland Collection, available in Maple and Oak hardwoods, consists of a partial overlay, veneer raised panel Cathedral or Square door style. Portland Oak, ideal for more traditional designs, features a Natural, Honey or Tawny finish. For a more contemporary look, homeowners can choose Portland Maple to create one-of-a-kind kitchens, baths or built-in storage solutions that meet their needs. Portland Maple is offered with a Natural, warm Spice or rich Mocha premium glaze or one of American Woodmark’s new finishes: gold-toned Honey or deep, rich brown Coffee glaze.

These two new collections are sold with a matching drawer front and have all the benefits of American Woodmark’s Designer’s Choice collections, including: Full Access Glides, premium dovetail drawers and deep rollout trays, ¾” base cabinet shelves, and butt door configuration on all 24” and 27” cabinets.

American Woodmark’s Designer’s Choice collections, including its extensive line of coordinated moldings and accessories, can be found in all The Home Depot showrooms nationwide. All cabinets come with American Woodmark’s easy-to-clean interior TuffTech® finish and hardwood BeautyGuard® finish, which resists scuffs, scratching, fading and moisture. Additionally, a Lifetime Limited Warranty protects the original purchaser’s Designer’s Choice cabinets starting from the date of purchase. For more information about American Woodmark brand cabinets sold at The Home Depot, log onto

American Woodmark Corporation, located in Winchester, Va., is the third largest manufacturer of kitchen and bath cabinets in the United States and Canada. Offering more than 230 cabinet lines in a wide variety of designs, materials and finishes, American Woodmark products are sold through a network of dealers and distributors and directly to home centers and major home builders. The company, celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, currently operates 15 manufacturing facilities in Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia, as well as various service centers across the country. American Woodmark shares are traded on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “AMWD.” To find out more about American Woodmark, and view its vast array of cabinet styles, visit its Web site at