View Cabinet Photo GalleriesYou don’t need to go the costly route of custom-built cabinetry to get cabinets that fit your needs and your style. Our cabinetmakers offer lots of ways for you to get exactly the look and function you want in your cabinets. Here are some of your options:


As accessories make a style statement with your clothes, hardware helps set the style tone with your cabinets. Wrought iron, brushed nickel, antique bronze and polished chrome are some of your finish choices. Styles range from traditional to country to contemporary.

Glass Inserts

If you have dishes or glassware you want to show off, glass inserts in cabinet doors can help you do that. Glass inserts also break up the expanse of wood, making the cabinetry more visually interesting. You can choose from a variety of glass options including transparent, frosted, textured and seeded.

Appliance Fronts

If you’re not a fan of big appliances dominating your kitchen, you can cover refrigerators and dishwashers with fronts that match your new cabinetry for a more seamless look.


Pull-out cabinets for wastebaskets can safe space in a kitchen or bathroom and make the room look cleaner. Small shelves attached to the interior door of cabinets make for easy access to items such as spices, cleaning supplies, extra bars of soap, and hair dryers. Drawer dividers make organizing silverware and kitchen utensils a breeze. Glide-out shelves mean you don’t have to root around a dark cabinet looking for the lid to a saucepan. A laundry room cabinet can hold a fold-out ironing board. Ask our design staff about all the options available.

Finished Interior

This is a popular option if you choose a glass-fronted cabinet. The finish of the interior walls and shelves match the cabinet fronts.

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