One of the main benefits of custom cabinetry is being able to design your cabinets from scratch and not being locked into specific cabinet sizes or finishes. If you need a cabinet that is 9 1/2″ , then we will build you a cabinet that is 9 1/2″. If you don’t see a finish that you are 100% in love with, we will work with you to create a finish you love.
That is exactly what happened on this job. We mixed and matched finishes and made several samples until we found the finishes that were RIGHT. As you can see from the following pictures, they were the right choices and it was well worth the time and effort to make our customers happy and give them exactly what they wanted.
This house turned out AMAZING! It ended up winning Best in Show, Best Outdoor Living, and People’s Choice and we are so proud to be a part of it. Please show some love to the Builder (The Jones Company of KY) and the Interior Designer (Laura Lee Interior Design) for the beautiful work they did on this house.
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Pictures from 2016 Parade of Homes:
This Kitchen was painted Morris Room Gray with Brown Glaze and light distressing. It also had a spice rack pull out and utensil pullout on either side of the cooktop.
More of the custom cabinets in the kitchen. The Morris Room Gray turned out amazing!
Here is a close-up of the lovely finish that we customized just for them!
Custom made dog bowls!
A bookcase on the opposite end of the island is a perfect place to show off your favorite accessories.
These pull-out trash cans are soft-close along with the rest of the kitchen! A much better option than your trash sitting out in the open!
The island was painted Cupboard Blue with a brown glaze and light distressing.
The built-ins by the kitchen were painted Morris Room Gray to match the Kitchen.
The built-ins in the living room were painted Midsummer Night and the color ended up going perfectly with the rest of the house.
We also make sure the built-ins will hold the TV you want!
The gray glaze on these looked so great with their other choices in this room!
The top drawer on the far left also had a custom hair dryer pullout.
In the master bath we mixed things up a bit and did the Morris Room Gray with Gray Glaze.
We made a cabinet in the master to hide the TV. Do you think anyone realized what was in there?
Birds Egg Vanity with antique Mirror. Has custom pullout step and drawer for hair dryer and accessories.
This little make-up vanity is also painted Birds Egg. The glass knobs were the perfect touch!
This vanity and mirror were painted Acier
Hair Dryer pullout on one side!
And a pullout on the other side with lots of clear acrylic bins for all of your make-up and other bathroom accessories.
This mirror was also painted Acier and opens up to hold all of her jewelry!
We decided to plank the back of this mudroom bench instead of the traditional beadboard look. It was also painted Morris Room Gray with Brown Glaze.
The amazing thing about this broom closet is that there is no bottom in the cabinet, so you can roll your vacuum right in!
This door on the end is really a laundry chute! You just sit your laundry basket on the counter and your kids will never have to walk their clothes down the stairs again!
Hiding in the top drawer is a pullout ironing board!
This office used Sharkskin paint on the cabinets and Colonial Maple stain on the wood top.
Lots of epoxy on these tops!
In the basement we used Midsummer Night again on the cabinets and we also made the wood countertops and the frame for the projection screen!
another built in dresser in this room but this one had some adjustable shelves on the sides which ended up being the perfect size for her DVDs.
We built in this window seat and shelves to fit the sloped ceiling. It was the perfect size to hold all of her American Girl dolls and the bench has a hanging rod so she can hang all of their clothes underneath.
We built this dresser into the wall and made sure the TV would fit too!
This bed was simply amazing! The top section held a full size mattress and the bottom section was a twin sized trundle! Plus all of the stairs were drawers for extra hidden storage!
This vanity had inset doors and these really cool handles that looked like pieces of pipe!