We specialize in building custom cabinetry, design and layout. We incorporate designs to get you the best access to each part. We can do any design of doors, cabinets, countertops, moldings, or any other kind of millwork. We work with the customer to get the best operational fit for whatever room is being remodeled.
We use kiln dried plywood made in North America (not particle board or MDF core) and select hardwood on all cabinets unless the customer requests melamine cabinets.
Doors can be overlay or inset, Shaker, contemporary, raised panel, molded, inlayed, curved, or have appliqués applied. We can also make to match what you have.
Cabinets can be stained, painted, glazed, laminated, and have fluted stiles, pillars or corbels, or made with any shape.
Countertops can be wood, tile, granite, stone, solid surface, laminate, wood edge, or whatever you can imagine.
We can make moldings to match any existing woodwork or get cutters to fit a project.
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- J & S's Kitchen. We made this small kitchen feel much more open, increased its usability, and doubled its capacity for storage. We opened up the wall between the kitchen and family room. We had to change the header to carry the load of the ceiling and roof above. On the other end of the kitchen, we opened up the doorway to a porch to put double french doors in its place. We also changed out the windows in the kitchen and changed the porch from a 3 season room to a cozy sunroom by adding windows and an exterior door. On the cabinets, we did a hand buffed satin painted finish. It can be repaired if it gets damaged. The doors are inset between the stiles to produce a "shaker" style. The cabinets include pullout door-tray units in a 30" deep pantry to greatly increase storage space. This space had previously been a closet. The cabinet below the cooktop also has a pullout door-tray unit. We built a bench seat into the bow window area to use the space for storage.
- Margaret's Kitchen. This kitchen is a custom built kitchen that took up the entire area of an existing kitchen, laundry room and walk in closet/pantry. We removed the walls and cut through the ceiling joists to install a structural beam. Hence the country beam look of the ceiling. The cabinets are whitewashed knotty pine. The floor and backsplash are riverbed limestone.
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||This shows the kitchen-family room wall before the remodeling.