At the request of our customers, we began building vanities and kitchen cabinets several years ago. Base and wall cabinets must have very careful measurements. The best way to determine the ideal size of your cabinet is to measure the entire room, and mark all permenent items (throne, bathtub, linen closet, the door, and direction it swings, range, water pipes, etc.) From there, we may be able to suggest a size. Alternatively, simply measure your current cabinets, and we can size from that. Also, consider how much storage space will be required.
Don't get stuck with stock cabinets in your kitchen and bathroom. We are happy to help design your new rustic kitchen. While we specialize in building in rustic red cedar, white cedar, and aspen, we can work in many other woods. Please stop by during business hours for more information or contact us!
Consider the Work Triangle Ideally, common kitchen duties should be able to be performed with no more than two steps in any direction. list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.
Drawers should be placed
in between sink and dishwasher for efficient clean up, with dish storage ideally in a wall cabinet above the dishwasher unit and beside the sink.
Keep "fancy hardware" to a minimum. Very often, even the highest quality roll out refuse shelves, lazy susan corner shelf storage, and other moving hardware meant to ease access to base cabinets will not hold up to every day use. We encourage our customers to consider this, and when possible, only add essential hardware to a kitchen design.