Cabinet manufacturers have an extensive offering of styles, finishes, storage solutions and decorative enhancements, so you can personalize your living space with the perfect combination of cabinetry details. There are many ways to begin your journey.
Steps to Your New Cabinetry:
Inspiration (Find Your Style)
Selection (Explore Your Options and Discuss with your Designer)
Request (Your Designer Orders a Finish and Door Sample)
Design and Order (Your Designer Presents Your Newly Created Space)
Installation – the Designer Oversees (Enjoy Your New Cabinetry Design)
Planning Your Design
Creating a personalized living space takes careful planning. Choosing your own unique combination of features, from the door style to the finish to decorative hardware and enhancements, will bring your own personal style to life. Make sure your designer orders finish and door samples to help finalize your selection.
You may be inspired to choose a finish color first, or perhaps you’ll gravitate toward a certain door style from the very beginning. Just follow your instinct and use the following information to create your own path. With so many choices, you can design a living space that’s so personal, it could only belong to you.
Cabinetry Options To Look For…
There are beautiful options for just about everyone. Enjoy the journey of creating an attractive living space you are proud to call your own.
Standard Cabinetry Features:
– Full-depth shelves provide 25% more usable storage space per cabinet than half-depth shelves.
– Sturdy ¾” thick shelves are adjustable for maximum storage capacity
– Special Permaset™ bumpers cushion doors for a quiet close
– Concealed hinges are adjustable six ways for optimum door alignment
– Round face frames duplicate the appearance of fine furniture and keep hands scrape-free
– Cabinet boxes feature I-beam braces or corner blocks for stability and strength
– The 14-step fine furniture finish process brings out the innate beauty of the wood
Standard Drawer Features:
Full-extension, self-closing drawer buffer system provides easy access to contents and closes drawers quietly
All-wood drawer boxes with dovetail construction provide strength and durability
Greater clearance between the drawer box and cabinet frame enables storage of larger items
FINDING YOUR STYLE
Before you begin the selection process, I recommend finding your personal style with the help of your designer.
What’s Your Style? …
Contemporary: Sleek, modern, sophisticated
Classically Traditional: Authentic, refined, time-honored
Natural and Warm: Informal, inviting, Cozy
Luxe transitional: Distinct, stylish, striking
Light and Timeless: Simple, streamlined, functional
More to Come on Cabinetry Style, the Beginnings of Updating Your Kitchen…
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