Friends in Cabinetry Services
Cabinet Selection & Design
When we meet the first time, we will discuss the different cabinet box types, door styles and finish options available to you. This can be an overwhelming process for some people, but I will take the time needed to discuss the pros and cons of each option as it relates to your unique design. You will never be pressured into making a decision before you are ready. I want you to feel confident and comfortable with the decision you make, whether that takes ten minutes, ten days, or ten months. There are many factors that go into making your cabinet selections, so take your time.
Cabinet design is more than just dragging cabinets onto a computer screen. I enjoy the process of sitting down with you to talk about the features you would like in your space. From there we will discuss the different options that might help your space function more efficiently. After we meet and make some decisions about your space, I will take that information and create a design that reflects how you live. Next, we'll get together to review the design and make any changes that may be needed to better refine your design. If you have any questions at any time during this process, PLEASE ASK.
Cabinet hardware is like a fashion accessory for your cabinets and like that fashion accessory, cabinet hardware can also be a difficult decision for some customers. Cabinet hardware seems like it should be easy but there are many factors that should be considered when making this decision. Some of the factors to select the appropriate cabinet hardware include door style, drawer front style, door overlay, finish, and the overall appearance. Depending on the cabinet box type and the door overlay, some cabinet styles do not require hardware at all. I think that it is important to be able to touch and feel your hardware before ordering.
Installation is an important part of any project. I want to make sure that your project turns out the way you envision it once we have designed your space. In the same way that a bad design can ruin the functionality and/or look of your space, a cabinet installer can make or break the finished look of your space. If you already have an installer, it will be important for the installer, myself, and any decision maker(s) to set up a meeting prior to installation to review the plans and address any questions/concerns. If you do not have an installer, I have contact information for cabinet installers that I have worked with in the past or my customers have used and have been happy with.