Author: Lawrence Custom Cabinets

Why Oak Kitchen Cabinets are a Classic Choice for Your Kitchen Remodel

There are countless colors, styles and options available today for kitchen cabinets. However, if you are planning a kitchen remodel, you shouldn’t rule out oak. The fact is, oak kitchen cabinets are an extremely popular choice for homeowners, not only because they offer a somewhat 1980s retro look, but also because they have so much to offer. Continue reading “Why Oak Kitchen Cabinets are a Classic Choice for Your Kitchen Remodel”

Tips to Help You Safely Clean Your New Wood Cabinets

If you have recently had new custom wood cabinets installed in your kitchen, you are probably thrilled about how they turned out. However, if you want to keep them looking amazing, you have to learn now to properly and safely care for this new element in your home. While the cleaning process may seem a bit daunting at first, it really isn’t and with the tips here, you will be on your way to amazing looking cabinets that look new longer. Continue reading “Tips to Help You Safely Clean Your New Wood Cabinets”

Tips for Selecting New Kitchen Cabinets You Will Love

Are you ready to design and remodel your kitchen? If so, you know what a daunting task it can be. Selecting the right kitchen cabinets is one of the most difficult decisions you are going to have to make. After all, this is one of the biggest architectural features in your home, which means you need to make sure you get it right. Continue reading “Tips for Selecting New Kitchen Cabinets You Will Love”

The Right Cabinet Option for Stainless Steel Appliances

Have you installed stainless steel appliances in your kitchen? From the dishwasher and oven to the refrigerator, there is no question that stainless steel offers an extremely sophisticated look. When you pair these elegant appliances with the right cabinets, you can create a kitchen that is not only appealing, to look at, but also fun to work in. Continue reading “The Right Cabinet Option for Stainless Steel Appliances”

Particleboard Cabinets vs. Solid Wood Cabinets

The focal point of your kitchen is the cabinets. In most cases, this is the largest architectural component in a kitchen, which is why it demands so much attention. The cabinets you choose offer aesthetic appeal, storage and help ensure your kitchen is functional. However, when many people look at cabinets, all they see is wood boxes, with a color on top. Continue reading “Particleboard Cabinets vs. Solid Wood Cabinets”

Moving Cabinets Beyond the Kitchen and Bathroom: Installing Cabinets Outside

When you hear “cabinets,” your mind likely goes to your kitchen first, and then your bathroom. However, did you know that you can move your cabinets beyond these to parts of your home? In fact, you can even take them outside. Continue reading “Moving Cabinets Beyond the Kitchen and Bathroom: Installing Cabinets Outside”

Is it a Good Idea to Match Your Bathroom and Kitchen Cabinets?

Regardless of if you are remodeling your home, building a new home or purchasing a home to “fix-up,” you know you have countless decisions to make. You have to consider things such as paint colors, flooring options cabinets and more. Continue reading “Is it a Good Idea to Match Your Bathroom and Kitchen Cabinets?”

Helpful Tips for Hiring a Custom Cabinet Maker

Have you been dreaming of the day when you would be able to order and install custom made cabinets in your home? If you have, you aren’t alone. However, before you make this investment, you need to make sure you find the right custom cabinet maker for the job. Some tips to help you make this extremely important decision can be found here. Continue reading “Helpful Tips for Hiring a Custom Cabinet Maker”

Face Framed vs. Frameless Cabinets

When you are ready to begin selecting the cabinets you will use in your kitchen, bathroom or another part of your home, you have several options to keep in mind. While your main concerns may be factors such as color, wood type and hardware, there other considerations to keep in mind as well. Continue reading “Face Framed vs. Frameless Cabinets”

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