EcoUrban: Sustainable Cabinet Systems

Store Profile

Location: Chicago, Illinois and online

Store History

  • Headquarters: Chicago
  • Sister stores: Soupcan, Inc.

"A revolutionary new sustainable cabinet system that is changing the way we think about kitchen and bath design. Fabricated domestically utilizing state of the art equipment and design principles all of our lines are assembled in our Chicago plant."

Website

ecourbancollection.com

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Looking for a environmentally conscious, modern and American-made line of cabinets? EcoUrban is a Chicago-based line of environmentally-friendly, Eurostyle cabinets available in both an affordable wood veneer line as well as a pure stainless steel collection.All of EcoUrban Collection's cabinets are made with domestically sourced formaldehyde free substrate and glues. The EcoVeneer collection is made with 100% recyled celluose fibers and water-based finishes. Additionally, the fabrication process has been designed to eliminate material waste.

EcoUrban Aire (Images 1-3) is a line of no added urea formaldeyde cabinetry, made with cellused fiber-based core. It is available in 3 series: Veneer, Steel and Chroma. The Veneer Series features engineered veneer door and drawer fronts, which is available in 6 wood styles: Bamboo, Wenge, Zebrawood, Ebonista, Maple, and Cherry. The Steel series is featured as an affordable alternative to full stainless steel cabinetry; it is designed as a fully encased stainless steel door and drawer front system over a frameless, melamine interior and is free of formaldehyde and PVC. Lastly the Chroma Series is available in 12 different colors and 2 sheens, gloss or matte.

EcoUrban Steel Pure Series (Image 4) is an all stainless steel cabinetry system, which can be be used for interior and exterior applications. The cabinets are made with recycled content and are 100% recyclable at the end of life.

Accessories (Image 5) are also available to complete the cabinet system such as: drawer organizers & dividers, appliance garages, recycling and waster organizers and locks.

(Images via EcoUrbanCollection.com)

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