Custom Cabinets
STYLES

  • DOOR STYLES +

    Torino
    Milano
    Napoli
    Verona
    Toscana
    Roma
    Bellagio
    Como
    Pisa
    Torino
    Milano RP
    Napoli RP
    Venezia RP
    Toscana RP
    Roma RP
    Bellagio RP
    Como RP
    Sorrento RP

     
  • WOOD TYPES +

    Maple
    Maple is the most popular variety of wood. It is a hard-wearing wood with a light grain that stands the test of time. Maple works equally well in traditional and contemporary applications.
    Walnut
    Walnut possesses a visible grain and a rich texture. It has a reputation for the sheen it develops over the years.
    Oak
    Oak is strong and resistant with a visible grain. Oak is wonderful in traditional and country applications.
    Cherry
    Cherry is a very durable wood with a fine, close grain. It looks beautiful stained or in a natural finish.
    Beech
    Beech is very hard wood with a fine, tight grain. Beech works well in a variety of applications and styles.
    M.D.F.
    (Medium density fiber-board) A strong fiber-board with strength comparable to solid wood. Easy to clean and resistant to moisture and warping. We use only the best quality available to maintain our high standards.
    Veneers
    There are a number of unique looks that can be achieved through standard and exotic veneers. Veneer is peeled or sliced thing sheets of wood used as inner ply or as decorative faces..

     
  • FINISHING TYPES +

    Laquer
    Laquer is a solid, durable finish that can be polished to different levels of sheen. It is typically a solid colour with clean, uniform finish. An antique treatment can be applied to produce a more traditional look. Excellent for M.D.F.
    Antique
    An antique finish produces a multi-tonal effect. This rich look works well with wood and M.D.F. resulting in a traditional feel.
    Stain
    Thin layers of paint that penetrate the wood surface instead of sitting on top. This allows the natural grain to show through in your desired shade. Works beautifully with all wood types.
    Stain
    Your design professional can provide you with information on additional specialty finishes.