Masco continues to make and promote the Distinctions line of cabinets. Although these cabinets are not identical to the previous Mill’s Pride line, there is a range of Champagne Oak products (www.distinctionscabinetry.com/Assembled/Pages/GlendaleOak.as).
If you are simply looking to replace a few doors or drawers on an existing Mill’s Pride cabinet, the most effective course of action, if you are looking for a perfect match, would be to ask to get the pieces custom-made according to the specifications of the Mill’s Pride cabinets. However, it would appear impossible to buy Mill’s Prides cabinets in their entirety from any source at the present time.
Continuing to check eBay would be an advisable thing to do if you are prepared to wait for a while to find the cabinets you are seeking. However, this could prove to be a frustrating process, since Mill’s Pride cabinets rarely seem to be put up for auction on the website.
The original Mill’s Pride LP company was formed in 1987 and was based in Waverly, Ohio. It offered wall cabinets, base cabinets, tall cabinets, mouldings and accessories, deep vanities, speciality cabinets, framed mirrors, closets, bookcases, closet accessories, closet organizers, storage cabinets, U-store cabinets and wardrobe cabinets. The line was sold exclusively at Home Depot stores. The company was taken over by Masco in 1999 and it existed as a subsidiary of Masco Retail Cabinet Group until the line was discontinued. After Home Depot stopped stocking Mill’s Pride, there was speculation the brand would continue online, but this has not materialised.