Custom Kitchens

Have you always wanted to create your dream kitchen? Not sure exactly what you want or need? Bring us ideas and the styles you like, and we will walk with you through the process of creating your ideal custom kitchen.

Unlike ordering stock cabinets online, with our personal approach, you can incorporate unique storage options for utensils and appliances (ask us for suggestions!). What’s more, you have complete control over everything from counter height and finish to cabinets and drawers.

Choose from styles of craftsmanship such as traditional, country, contemporary, rustic, transitional, or create your own style. We build them all!


Learn more about custom cabinet styles for your new kitchen:

Traditional: If you love traditional kitchen styling, but have some ideas of your own, we can help. Put your personal touch on your traditional kitchen.

Country/Casual: Feel at home in your own country kitchen. Do you like the worn look? Bring out the best of old country with distressing and glazing processes, or choose hand-planed panels for a rustic feel.

Contemporary: Contemporary kitchens are modern, minimalist, and sleek. Characteristics include horizontal clean lines, asymmetry, and a lack of bold molding and other ornamentation. Contemporary cabinets often feature glossy/satin painted or stained finishes, styles from striped veneers to subtly grained woods such as birch, maple, cherry, or Ever Bamboo, stainless steel, some granites, and chrome accents. No hardware at all or simple brushed or polished nickel hardware creates a clean, simple, high-end look.

Transitional: Maybe it’s a subtle blend of plain and fancy, curved and streamlined. Or maybe it’s a combination of retro and modern. We’ll capture the look of multiple styles in your transitional custom kitchen.

Antiqued/Rustic: Antiqued or rustic designs offer unique character and visual appeal to any kitchen. The antiqued style is often achieved through individual pieces like kitchen islands or cabinets designed to look like they came from a previous generation. Distressing techniques such as nail holes or a hand-planed face achieve the beauty of this aged look. Other features in antiqued style: crackled, glazed, and distressed finishes; wormholes; tearout; rounded corners; dents and scratches; raised or shaker panel cabinet doors; brick or plastered wall and stone work; and pewter or copper accents.

Learn more about combining color and hardwood in your new kitchen:

If you are interested in exploring your color horizons, we’ll show you how to set the tone—or tones—for your custom kitchen. Natural variety of different woods gives a subtle effect and can be combined with vivid hues for a unique look. Taken to another level, you can combine innovative hardware choices with bold finishes to liven up your kitchen and make it look all yours.

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