Why You Need Custom Cabinetry

Benefits Of Custom Cabinetry Custom cabinetry for your home represents the highest level of function and personal creativity.  Custom cabinetry gives you the freedom to plan your space to your specific needs and tastes. Design with exact specifications such as widths, heights and depths. Include specific details such as drawer locations. Define the use of your space for storage, appliances, sink locations and other specialized design solutions. Incorporate existing furniture pieces. Match your personal taste selecting door styles and woods, types of cabinetry -including face framed cabinetry or European frameless cabinetry – all the way to custom colored paints and finishes. Use of specialty moldings, carvings and options that incorporate the custom cabinetry into your unique living space. Custom cabinetry gives you the choice, optimal functionality, and the greatest range of design and storage flexibility. All brought together to enhance your living spaces.  At Cornerstone Cabinet Company, we can assist you with all of your cabinetry needs.  From custom cabinetry, semi-custom cabinetry or modular cabinetry,  let our expert designers help create the cabinetry your dreams are made...
Cabinet Door Shapes

Cabinet Door Shapes

When the time comes to give your kitchen a facelift, the first place to look is the cabinetry. If the wood species and stain of the cabinet denote the color and feel of the room they inhabit, then the door style is what lends an overarching sense of style and refinement. There are multiple construction types, finishes, and wood species to choose for your kitchen cabinets, but you may not have realized that there are also more than one cabinet door shape. The cabinet door shape that you choose for your cabinet can solidify the design theme of your kitchen and bring thoughts of style and theme to life. Types of Cabinet Door: While there are many individual options when it comes time to choose a door shape for your home cabinets, there are basically three main types of cabinet door shapes: slab door, recessed panel, or raised wood. The slab, also know as a flat panel door, is a frameless cabinet door. The wood grain and the colors may not always match perfectly across slab doors, but it is perfectly ideal if you are looking for a more rustic theme for your home design project. If you are trying to achieve either a classic or traditional style in your kitchen, then the raised panel door may be the best choice for you. Among the raised panel cabinet door styles, there are also choices of cathedral, arched, or square shapes to determine the shape of the raised panel. This gives you a few more options to make your kitchen cabinets as custom as possible to your original ideas without...

Simple Design Changes to Enhance Your Time in the Kitchen

    So it is your turn to get your kitchen remodeled? Of course you are looking for the best design for you, your wants and needs. It will also be a great bonus to have a return on investment. These are the two most important items to discuss when you begin the work on your dream kitchen. Your dreams and hopes along with a financial return. We will discuss how to bring those dreams to reality! Taking the time at the get go to go over these details and make sure your every need is discussed will reduce stress involved in the entire process. It is best to get with a qualified professional Kitchen Designer that will take the time needed to be sure you get all you are looking for in your new kitchen. Imagine your new kitchen with the exact cabinetry you desire. Now add the perfectly designed layout that functions well for you and your family. This is the desired outcome we want for you. Be sure to find a Professional Kitchen Designer that will take time to actually hear your list of needs and desires. A Kitchen Designer that will ask you the right questions is very important!   Tips to consider as you begin your Kitchen Remodel We all know our kitchens readily become the central point of our homes. There is cooking, school homework, special cooking treats together, projects, eating and entertaining. Let’s face it, the kitchen is where we all seem to love to be. And our family feels the most comfortable there. Let’s look at a few tips we all need to discuss before any designing takes place. Traffic – Where the kitchen is located in your home will dictate the space and placement of cabinetry. Is...

Custom, Semi-Custom and Modular Cabinets

When you think of remodeling, one of the first items to consider is your kitchen. Statistics suggest that a quality kitchen remodel can actually help to increase the value of your home. When selling your home, an updated kitchen with modern conveniences can attract more buyers and set your home apart from other similar homes in your neighborhood. Cabinetry is typically one of the more expensive items in your kitchen remodel project, so choosing the right type of cabinetry for your home is very important. Custom Cabinets What you want is what you get, and what you imagine can appear in reality. Custom cabinets are typically manufactured by local craftsmen, tradesmen with honed skills, and sometimes by expensive automated equipment. Custom cabinets offer you a wide variety of wood species, the biggest selection of door styles, an assortment of options and modern conveniences, and a vast array of stains and finishes. Unlike modular cabinets, which are cabinets made in 3″ increments, custom cabinets are made to fit and are often made in the dimensions used by “Big Box” construction methods. Door and drawer combinations are no problem, and custom sizes, angles, differing height dimensions, special finishes, stains and glazing are all traits of custom cabinetry. A buyer must be careful though: just because someone builds custom cabinets doesn’t mean the craftsmanship is of the highest quality. In choosing a custom cabinet manufacturer, always look at the manufacturer’s portfolio, ask for references, and take a tour of their shop. There are also several national companies that build custom cabinets, but add shipping costs, and the possibility of damage normally means...
Wine Rooms and Wine Storage

Wine Rooms and Wine Storage

Sometimes it is difficult to choose between particular types of wine storage. There must be a balance between style, and necessity. Our customer had a limited amount of space, and a lot of wine bottles to display. After many discussions, it was determined that multiple types of storage would give them the best look, as well as being very functional. There is the large “X” shaped bulk wine storage, Cradle wine racks, and wine cubes all in one display. By varying the types of storage, we were able to combine maximum storage with exquisite...