One thing you’ll find when you’re shopping for new cabinetry is the overwhelming abundance of options. We’ve been building cabinets for a long time, but one thing hasn’t changed: Individual tastes and preferences. Every cabinet we build is unique, and we’ll work tirelessly to create a cabinet design that meets your individual tastes, preferences, and functional needs. Below are a few of our recent cabinet installations with brief descriptions about them.
Cherry Kitchen Cabinets
Color: Cherry “Natural”
Features: 3″ shaker doors with chamfer inside moulding. Solid slab hickory drawer fronts, top-of-the-line Blum soft-close drawer hardware, custom fit double oven, finished interior cabinet with open shelves, large pantry closet. Cherry cabinets are a timeless design and won’t be leaving us any time soon.
Maple and Hickory Kitchen Cabinets
Colors: Hard maple painted “white” (perimeter/outside cabinets). Walnut stained “Spencer Hickory” (island).
Features: Shaker doors with a chamfer inside profile, wainscot panel island ends, wood top with floating shelves above, lots of drawers with top-of-the-line Blum soft-close slides, finished interior microwave opening. Two-tone or contrasting cabinet colors can be a great way to make a statement!
Two Tone Kitchen Cabinets
Colors: “City Loft” (the off-white cabinets). “Wall Street” (the blue-grey cabinets).
Features: Island has wainscot integral wainscot ends and back, door style is Shaker with an Ogee inside profile, top-of-the-line Blum soft-close drawer slides, finished interior wall cabinets with glass doors, glass was factory-installed with matching wood glass stop, farm sink, pantry pullouts beside refrigerator, appliance lift at the end of the island. This is another example of the very popular two tone kitchen design.