Custom Cabinets for Every Room in Your Home

Cabinets are a key part of any home. They set the tone and create a unified aesthetic.

Fully custom cabinets offer a truly unique design that honors intended aesthetics and personal functionality needs. They are built to spec down to the very last inch.

Plate holders-store fine china without stacking, reducing the chance of damage; knife racks-store cutlery within easy reach; pull-out shelves-make it easier to access items in back cabinets.

Kitchen Cabinets

When Premier Millworks Co comes to kitchen cabinets, custom options deliver uninhibited customization that guarantee a hand-and-glove fit. These top-of-the-line cabinets allow you to choose every detail, from cabinet size and height to door style and layout.

Stock cabinets are ready-made products that come in a limited number of styles and sizes. They’re typically available fully assembled or in flat-pack versions (also known as RTA) that will need to be put together onsite. Most often, these cabinets are made of veneered particleboard or foil-covered medium-density fiberboard (MDF) panels.

Some of the better RTA lines, such as Fabuwood and Omega, offer a more traditional look and have solid-wood doors wrapped around MDF panels. They’re also more durable than many stock options because of their superior factory finishes and dovetail joinery. These units are usually around 25% more expensive than standard stock cabinets.

Bathroom Cabinets

Bathroom cabinets are used to store a variety of items such as towels, toiletries and medicine. They can also be designed to serve as a vanity with a mirror, counter and sink. They can be custom built in a variety of styles and materials that are designed to suit your needs.

Choosing your bathroom cabinetry starts with setting a budget and determining your layout. Then you can explore your options:

Ready to assemble (RTA) and stock bathroom cabinetry are the most affordable options, but they offer little customization. Custom cabinets are more expensive and offer the most personalized design, but they require a larger upfront investment. If you decide to go the custom route, make sure your bathroom reno budget allows for this. It’s also wise to sit down and create a remodeling checklist to help you stay on track. This will help you avoid overspending on cabinets that may not yield a high ROI.

Home Office Cabinets

Home office cabinetry is an easy way to transform a spare bedroom or even a basement into a productive work space. Whether you prefer an embellished look or something sleek and functional, our designers can help you make the right design decisions that fit your work needs.

This unique home office includes a custom desk big enough for two people, drawers for filing and plenty of open shelving for books, collectibles or pictures. It also features a tack board for displaying reminders and notes without cluttering the workspace.

This built in home office is the perfect solution for a small space. It incorporates a custom desk, shelving and a Murphy bed to maximize use of this room. The cabinets are in a cool Winter Fun finish to match the rest of the furniture. These home office cabinets are designed to be 29.5” high and cannot be modified. They also have a 2.5” flush toe kick as opposed to a standard 4″ toe kick.

Entertainment Centers

A full entertainment center is a large piece of furniture that houses your TV and adds more to your living room décor with cabinets, drawers and shelves for open or closed storage. They can also include a fireplace and are usually built into the wall for added depth and dimension.

If you have a lot of electronics to store, an entertainment center can help make everything look neat and organized without overwhelming your space. With a custom built piece, you can collaborate with the furniture maker to design homes for your television, game consoles, Blu-Ray players, streaming boxes and speaker systems, while keeping them easily accessible.

To create a more stylish entertainment center, consider adding barn doors instead of traditional hinged ones to the cabinetry. The trendy barn door style looks great on a contemporary media console and adds a rustic touch to farmhouse decor. If you prefer a more traditional look, choose an entertainment center with a hutch top that offers a more intentional line and symmetry to the room.

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