I think Open Range offers some lighter colored cabinets, but I'm not sure they are white.
I think you're right. Sort of antiqued a bit, though.
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Most RV Manufacturers like to brag about "rich wood cabinets", "dark oak finishes", Amish Crafted, etc.
The white cabinets are sometimes found on low line rv's, and is usually a white foil film glued and bladder pressed onto the manufactured wood product frames. Doesn't sound that great, huh?
StarCraft RV used to use all white cabinets, and Heartland recently had sort of a "french white" wood accent along with a darker wood.
If you really, really wanted white cabinets...there's always this...
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Man - you folks are getting a little personal on this request aren't you? There was also a time not but a few years ago when all your "rich oak" dark cabinets were in the back of the lot inside some beat up old Sportsman Coach.
All in the eye of the beholder.
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And one other thing -- there are few slideouts -- something that has almost become standard here in North America
Slideouts and dump toilets as against cassette toilets are not that popular in Australia. Slideouts are increasing in popularity, but are far from the the "thing to have". Ask Pelbo what he has on his Sunland Touring Caravan. he has taken 6 yrs and has done 90,000kms in his old Caravan.