This gallery is devoted to those little 'extras'. With custom cabinetry, nearly anything is possible. We design all cabinetry around each individual client's needs, wants and tastes. Use this gallery as an idea center for your own project!
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This was a tight kitchen with very little space suitable for cabinetry. To add more storage and counter top, we used the cabinetry to extend one wall past the corner. We then built a pantry even with the extension around the corner. The upper cabinet is partially hung on the side of the pantry. Likewise, the base cabinets, counter top and backsplash cover the side of the pantry also.
Solid wood corbels always add a level of richness and luxury to a space.
A lighted cabinet with glass doors is a great way to display treasured items. The glass doors keep dust away from your items while showing them off.
This was an old closet area. By filling the space with built-in cabinetry, we made it user friendly and beautiful.
Laminate counter tops have come a long way. Now fully integrated sinks are available. This is both highly sanitary and easy to care for.
Tray/rack storage is quite popular with bakers. It keeps items organized and easily accessible.
This dual height counter top has incorporated outlets into the space between levels. This allows the homeowner more flexibility and usable counter space with her corded small appliances.
We love adding large drawers under cooktops or near ranges and ovens. Drawers are easier to organize shelving with doors. Drawers can be filled fuller without 'loosing' things. Everything is visible when the drawer is open. (I've sat on the floor and pulled everything out of a door with shelves looking for that one special casserole dish.) When I go back to take pictures, I always ask people what they like and what they'd change. Everyone mentions the large storage drawers as one of the most user friendly aspects of the kitchen.
Appliance garages are great if you have counter space to sacrifice. These homeowners use theirs as a hidden coffee bar.
Hidden trash baskets are a must in a new kitchen. These homeowners devoted two pull-outs to trash and recycling. It keeps it all in one place and out of eyesight.
Under-sink drawers have been a big seller with us. They keep everything organized and easily accessible around the plumbing. Plumbers like them too. They only need to take out the drawers to work on the pluming, rather than dig through the homeowners' stuff that's crammed under there.
This built-in stemware holder adds to the look and feel of this bar area.
Wine storage was added above the refrigerator. It was a great way to incorporate it into this tight space.
This is the back-side (eating area) of a peninsula. This cabinetry would have a blind corner on the other side. Instead, we put these doors on the back to allow full access and use of the space.