I don’t know about you, but the hardest organizational problem I have in my kitchen (well, not anymore) is where to store all those different containers of spices and condiments? If you’re thinking about remodeling your kitchen or perhaps it is a new build, make sure you think about how you will cook, what you use and where you want to find it. Peering over stacked containers and jars to find a spice bottle you were sure you “just used,” is a time waster. With a built-in spice rack that is accessible from both sides, your problem is solved.*Continue reading “Use that leftover space between or below cabinets”
Continuing our visualization series…
We’d like to help you be creative in your cabinet design uses. Even if you have already completed a remodel, you can add cabinets that complement your design, whether new or existing. Consider the X-Wine Rack seen in the image to the right, normally used for wine bottles, we’re using it for storage in the bathroom, for towels (see picture below). What a great idea, right? But, that is the point we are trying to make, that you think about how you might use our cabinets for purposes you may not have previously thought of. Read more…
Good planning is the key to having a satisfying experience when it comes to buying new cabinets for your kitchen, bathroom, or laundry. There are so many choices, one can get caught up in what they see, not in what they want or need. Based on our experiences, we have put together a list of the top 10 considerations when buying cabinets. These are creative considerations, not so much technical. The list helps you to consider how you work and what options you need to consider when choosing your cabinets.
Because cabinetry is such a large investment in your home, and it can increase the value of your home in a significant way, we do well to make sure we consider our preferences, how we function in the space, and what options are available.
We hope the list gives you some ideas or thoughts about choosing cabinets that helps. Once you have made a note of the ideas you have, you can search our online showroom to see if we have what you need. Please read on…Continue reading “Top 10 creative considerations when buying cabinets”
First of all, this is not the final measure for cabinets that you are going to use, but like most people, you probably want to get an idea of how many cabinets you need, based on what kind of cabinets you want. Usually, each style cabinet has a number of different widths, which means that the storage can vary, as well as shelves, doors, and drawers. So, if you’re ready for the quick and informal way to measure so you can ballpark price your cabinets yourself, then read on…
You’ll need a tape measure and something to record the measurements. Make sure to write down which wall you are measuring and note any windows or doorways. Other than that, you are ready to measure.Continue reading “Quick tips to measure for cabinets, plus bonus!”
Range Hoods are generally thought of as having to be stainless steel and curved glass. But when you have a more traditional kitchen, like a framed Shaker style cabinet design, it is best to have the warm look and feel of a matching cabinet. It is less industrial looking and reminds one of Grandma’s kitchen growing up. You can almost smell the freshly baked bread an hot soup on the stove. Mmmm…Continue reading “Stylish finish to your kitchen with a cabinet matching hood”
Every year we attend the industry shows so we can keep our fabrication skills at their peak. We find new products to offer, if we feel they meet our quality standards. We seek out new vendor relationships that can provide the support base our customers deserve. We educate others about our products and services. and we upgrade our equipment to maximize efficiencies in fabrication costs.
Why? For you, our customers! If we don’t keep relevant, providing the best possible options to you, we won’t be doing our best. So, we go. In the photo to the right, Dakota takes the time to educate a passerby at one of the shows on our framed cabinet line. Always working… Good job, Dakota!
Time tested kitchen designs can have both a traditional and a modern feel. Layered panels in a neutral color can be accented wit modern style to achieve an elegance without equal. When you want to make a statement that says you’ve reached that level of confidence in design that only comes with experience, you can do it with these classic framed cabinets in York Antique White. Nothing says, “You’ve arrived,” like a rich and stately kitchen design with modern accents.Continue reading “Traditional framed cabinets add such a timeless design for your kitchen. With neutral colors, you can add many accents.”
So many times we purchase a house and inherit someone else’s tastes in the bathroom. Or, we’ve lived in a house for many years and the bathrooms need a fresh look and upgrade. Fortunately, we now have many options when it comes to ready-to-assemble (RTA) cabinets, that make our new house a home. Many don’t realize it’s not really expensive to upgrade your bathroom, especially if you assemble and install the cabinets yourself. Yes, you can do this! Read more to find out how…Continue reading “European styling and warm textures bring your bathroom to life!”
in the past, we might have had to rely on a kitchen designer or interior designer to help us not make mistakes in designing our kitchen space. In some cases, that still may be true, if we just can’t visualize what the end of the process will look like. But, today, things are different. To find out why, read on…Continue reading “A guide to successful cabinet selection. You can do this!”
Yes, it’s true, when we think of bedroom design we think chests of drawers, bureaus, and armoires. Why? Because that’s how we grew up, thinking this was “bedroom” furniture. However, now people are thinking outside the box. The point is to have the storage for clothing and jewelry that conveniently hidden so as not to look like clutter. Well, we’d like to introduce you to our versatile RTA (ready-to-assemble) cabinets. Once used only for kitchens and bathrooms, now used for bedrooms, laundries, and offices. Read on…Continue reading “Grandma’s bureau is nice, but you’re more creative than that!”