There are so many possibilities when you are designing and building custom cabinets. So many choices. Will they be dark or light? Natural, stained, or painted? Will you include pulls or handles? See what we mean? And we haven’t even begun to talk about the kind of wood you might decide to use.
But, while we’re on the subject…let’s talk about the kinds of wood available for custom cabinets. You can imagine that it might be a difficult choice to make. For example, Cherry, Pine, Maple, Birch, Oak, and Mahogany are all very popular options.
At the end of the day, choosing wood for your custom cabinets comes down to the look and feel that you are striving for with your newly designed custom cabinets. Our team of skilled designers at Dwell are experts at helping you make the best choices for your custom cabinets.
One of the most interesting trends in custom cabinets is the use of reclaimed wood. We really like this look because it offers a classic, yet contemporary feel to your room. You can go so many ways with your décor when incorporating reclaimed wood. That’s why we say it’s both classic and contemporary. However you decide to dress up the room, reclaimed wood will not go against the grain.
For example, if you are having custom cabinets built for a kitchen, you can use reclaimed wood for your cabinetry as well for furniture or other parts of the room. With reclaimed wood as your main focus, you can add interesting touches to make the kitchen your own. Want to go country? Add some red accents and some ceramic roosters to give that down-home appeal. Prefer something more refined? Try some antique-looking light fixtures and traditional French café artwork to add an elegant motif.
At Dwell Custom Cabinetry, we believe that if you can dream it, we can build it. With so many amazing possibilities, your new custom cabinets can reflect your unique taste and personality. Call us today, and let’s talk.