Category: Choosing New Cabinets

Trend Alert! Matte Finish Kitchen Cabinets Look Chic and Modern

October 2, 2017
Matte finishes possess a dull, flat quality, unlike shiny glossy finishes. Its muted tones remain a hot trend in kitchen designs of all styles! Matte finish kitchen cabinets, countertops, hardware and furniture attract consumers who love the chic, modern look, durability and low maintenance!Beneficial Qualities...
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Heat Up Your Kitchen with Color from Cabinet Depot

September 25, 2017
Tired of your dull, drab kitchen? Heat up your kitchen with color! When it comes to kitchens blue, orange, yellow, green and red can really add some pop to your family’s favorite hub. Whether you focus on cabinets, countertops or both, the sky’s the limit on your color options. Get inspired and let’s create...
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Visit our Showroom!

January 5, 2017
We are proud to have our showroom here on the Gulf Coast. We especially love meeting the people that make this such a great place to live, work and play. If we can take a few minutes to make your day better by answering questions or giving advice, then we are doing our part to be a good neighbor. Don’t Wait to...
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Picking out the Perfect Knobs and Pulls

December 16, 2016
The process of selecting the perfect knobs and pulls for your new cabinetry should take many factors into account. When it all comes together, the right knobs and pulls not only add to the design but also enhance the function of your cabinets. When you decide the time is right for new cabinets, there are a lot of...
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Stock, Custom, and Semi-Custom Cabinets: Cabinet Terminology, Part Three

September 23, 2016
The third installment of our Cabinet Terminology series explains the difference between stock, custom and semi-custom cabinets. We hear a lot of talk about what is and isn’t a “custom” cabinet. As you can imagine, we have a pretty strong opinion on the matter. To help you understand the differences between...
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Framed and Frameless: Cabinet Terminology, Part Two

September 12, 2016
Knowing a few of the terms used to describe cabinet construction can help you decide what style will work best for your home. In this second article of our series, we take a look at the differences between the two ways cabinets are constructed: framed and frameless. So you’ve decided to get new cabinets. Awesome!...
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What’s that thing called? Cabinet Terminology, Part One

August 13, 2016
“I want the thingamabob on the doohicky to look just like the doodads on the whatchamacallit.” Yeah, even if you don’t know the proper cabinet terminology we can usually figure out exactly what you mean. After all, we have been creating custom built cabinet solutions for our customers for a long time now. No...
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What is a Shaker Door?

July 7, 2016
One of the most popular styles of cabinet doors is called the Shaker door. While there are several subtle variations on the Shaker style available, they all have their roots in the furniture produced by the Mount Lebanon Shaker Society in the 1800s.When deciding on the options for your new cabinets, an important...
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