Maybe the most important decision you make when selecting a manufacturer revolves around good customer service. It is a part of everyone’s success.

Posted: November 16

...are BEFORE and AFTER pictures. Think about it. When you go out for initial consultation you get the BEFORE pics. Does any kitchen designer trust their memory? Or their eye at that moment to retain and process all the information?

Posted: November 16

All cabinets in the photos are primed only, to be finished on-site. Doors are a special design, featuring V-Grooves on MDF panels. 

Posted: November 16

The wine storage cabinet shown above is 30”W x 30”D and has legs from Osborne Wood Products attached. The depth is reduced for the wine storage section.

Posted: November 16

This designer has created an island using Shaker doors and drawers that features an opening for a microwave drawer and shallow wine cubbies. It’s interesting how the tapered legs work when placed on the corners beside the doors.

Posted: November 15

Walnut has always been prized for its grain pattern, making it a traditional favorite with woodworkers. In the vanity featured here, walnut has been given a contemporary treatment that works beautifully.

Posted: November 15

These Asian-influenced pieces are waiting to be shipped to a penthouse condo in Florida. Wood is Mahogany. Dark finish is Coffee Bean paired with a magnificent custom red.

Posted: November 15

A lucky homeowner in West Palm Beach is getting two of these impressive 103"H tall cabinets. The door is a custom design with 1/4" Beaded Inset styling and 3/4” Slab drawers. Finish is custom.

Posted: November 15

Presented here is a vanity with a creative treatment for its doors that makes it distinctive. Fishtail mullions on a panel backer instead of glass and special paint match combine to make this vanity a stand out.

Posted: November 15

We saw a quote recently: “Design is in the details, and details are in the design.” Totally appropriate for this vanity.

Flat panel doors and drawers , white paint—sounds fairly standard, right? And yet—the details make it a stand out.

Posted: November 15

This interesting island table measures overall 51-3/4” long x 34-1/2” high x 24-1/2” deep. It gets a 1-1/4” thick countertop installed on site. (We’re dying of curiosity to know what kind of countertop it’s getting—wood? stone?

Posted: November 15

With the holidays upon us, most everyone can relate to the need for an additional work surface or extra seating. Here's a clever solution to this problem, one that's there when you need it and out of sight and out of the way when you don't.

Posted: November 15