Classico Premium Features
A Touch Of Luxury
Under Cabinet & Toe Kick Lighting
Lighting is one of the most popular and useful options Marquis installs on site. The under cabinet lighting is implemented using either LED square pucks or LED strip lighting. All of the lighting is dimmable, tone-changing, and with a lightly diffused lens to give you the cleanest, most expanse lighting for your kitchen space. Marquis' toe-kick lighting provides a beautiful accent and soft light so you don't have to turn on the overheads or hanging décor to light your room. Ask Marquis about added features such as motion and voice activation, that even work with your Alexa or Google Home.
Toe Kick Designs
Marquis can create various designed toe kicks for your normal or furniture style bottoms. Whether it's scalloped, angled, rigged, or half moon, Marquis' design team and factory to offer a perfect fit for your space. Included leg levelers are a great feature for any coastal home due to the higher chances of flooding and water damage. These fully adjustable levelers make it so your cabinets never physically touch the ground themselves.
Concealing your appliances are something a lot of Marquis' clients want so their cabinet projects and designs are fluid. Marquis can help by custom cuting your Classico finish to your panel ready appliance regardless of the brand or size. Want your appliance paneling to have extra décor to contrast? Marquis can implement mirror fronts, stone, glass, leather, or carbon fiber paneling wrapped in your matching Classico finish too.
Aluminum Framed Glass
Having accents in your living space is a good idea when the rest of the room is streamlined. Marquis likes to suggest on breaking it up with accented aluminum framed glass doors. Perfect for the wet/dry bar area, kitchen upper cabinets, or even bathroom vanity designs. Marquis offers a list of different glass fronts such as clear, frosted, ribbed, ridged, water droplet, mirrored, crushed, diamond, smoked, and etched. You can also use your paint match cabinet frame as an outlay rather than aluminum.