Sarah Sherman Samuel + Semihandmade Launch a Cabinet Door Collaboration

05.28.20 | By
Sarah Sherman Samuel + Semihandmade Launch a Cabinet Door Collaboration

Some people might call a collaboration between Semihandmade and Sarah Sherman Samuel a match made in heaven, and we are most definitely those people. The company known for pairing stylish doors with IKEA cabinets and the interior designer launched their first collection in 2018, and recently released their latest – Quarterline.

The Quarterline collection was created to fill the modern aesthetic space between Shaker and full-slab cabinet doors, a minimal design that’s just a quarter of the size of the classic Shaker. It’s the perfect way to personalize kitchen cabinets, credenzas, consoles, and more. Samuel shared that she has installed Quarterline in her kitchen, living room, and son’s room. To create toy storage for the latter, she paired the doors with an IKEA Besta unit, wood IKEA legs, and her signature hardware to create an accent piece.

“Seeing my doors in other kitchens is the best feeling. I can only design so many kitchens myself, but with Quarterline, I can be a small part of so many more projects and help even more people feel at home in their home. That’s what I think interior design is all about,” says Samuel.

“When Sarah and I met seven years ago, we both had big plans in mind—she was on her way to becoming a successful designer, and I wanted to make Semihandmade a destination for accessible kitchen cabinetry. With this new line, we think we’ve found another winner. Quarterline is available in all seven of Sarah’s signature colors and has a clean look that’s perfect for any room in the house,” says Semihandmade founder John McDonald.

Learn more about the Quarterline collection by Semihandmade and Sarah Sherman Samuel or order samples.

Kelly Beall is senior editor at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based graphic designer and writer has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, and enjoys sharing her finds with others. When undistracted by great art and design, she can be found making a mess in the kitchen, consuming as much information as possible, or on the couch with her three pets. Find her @designcrush on social.