“The lips of the wise are as the doors of a cabinet; no sooner are they opened, but treasures are poured out.”
~King of Egypt, 14th century BC
Custom cabinets are one of the most functional components to a home and one of the most expensive features to a kitchen remodel. Working with a professional designer vs. a lumber yard for your home’s cabinets will yield more satisfying results and added value to your home.
Elizabeth Czuk with New Mission Designs in Grand Junction reports the trend in custom cabinets in Grand Junction varies widely and ranges from all white kitchens to knotty alder. Making design decisions isn’t as complicated as it may seem. There are only two types of cabinet construction: face frame or frameless. Then, you must choose a door type: full overlay, half overlay, or inset. Overlay refers to the amount of coverage the door covers the cabinet box. Inset means the door is fully inset in the cabinet box.
Claim the benefits of added value in your home or office cabinet design without added cost. We can show you how. The return on your investment will be in satisfaction, functionality, aesthetics, and knowing that you have a quality product that will last a lifetime. Let us know if we can help.
Karen Cummings & Pamela Blythe
CAPTIONS: Maple wood, Shaker style full overlay doors provide a contemporary design to this kitchen (top photo).
Custom cabinets give you the opportunity to detail elements not offered in stock cabinets such as crown molding, legs, corbels, and custom paneling. Note the custom vent at the base of the dresser. (bottom photo)