Category Archives: cabinetry

The Differences in Cabinetry

Through the 36 years that I have been in the Cabinetry business, I have heard many different opinions on how and what cabinets should be made out of. Cabinets like any products come in a variety of materials, mainly to accommodate different price levels for different buyers. I like to divide them into 3 levels; Stock, Semi-Custom and Custom. Stock cabinets were introduced in the 1960’s. They were designed for the price conscience consumer. Typically they are massed produced in a large factory in materials such as particle board and solid wood. The frames, doors and drawer fronts are made…

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Experiences While Working in the Kitchen

Have you ever experienced the following? Can’t find a kitchen tool you just know you have? Coming home after buying a special ingredient only to discover you already had it? There are spices in a wall cabinet,  some in a drawer while others are in the pantry? Goodness, no wonder it takes so long to cook! Your kitchen is working against you. The layout is inefficient and it proves it every meal. Meal preparation should be fun not frustrating. Yeah, right! I remember reading one time “Food is love”. Well, if that is the case, why do you emerge from…

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Now that the decorations are down…

Phew! While the holidays are joyful with family and friends it is somewhat of a relief they are over. Who am I kidding…it’s a tremendous relief! Looking back (now that you have some time to reflect) do you remember asking yourself any of these questions? Wouldn’t it be nice if I had the space that would allow me to have help with cooking, not to mention the cleanup? Why does that drawer always stick just when I really need it? You know, I could really use another oven. It’s not just during the holidays either. I really like to bake…

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Wellborn Kitchen Cabinets

Ths remodeled kitchen was created by taking down a wall to open up the space.  The traditional style maple cabinets have a very nice laminent countertop.

Omega Cherry Cabinets

A couple of years ago, we did this kitchen for a client in their brand new home.  They chose Omega cherry cabinets.  As you can see, the results were stunning! We create the kitchen of our clients’ dreams,  no matter what their style, color preferences or budget!  Visit our Americana Collection for our most affordable cabinetry.  

Kitchen Cabinet Refacing

The cabinets in my cousin’s kitchen in Sharon  MA were looking pretty tired.  We just replaced all of her doors and her counter tops. The cabinets were in ok shape and she was going to be selling her home in the next 2-5 years, so we just replaced all the doors and drawer fronts.  She went with new Cambria quartz counters. The job looked fantastic when it was done.

Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinetry in a New Home

Wood Palace Kitchens recently designed and installed cabinetry in the kitchen and all the bathrooms in this newly built home in the Pine Hills development in Plymouth,  Massachusetts. The style for this home is contemporary for a sleek,  modern look.

Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinetry

Wood Palace Kitchens often works with builders in the south coast and south shore area of Massachusetts to design the kitchens and bathrooms of new homes. We designed the kitchen and master bathroom cabinetry in this new home in Plymouth, MA.  Please enjoy the photo gallery.

New, Elegant Cabinet Knobs

I was looking at Yahoo news today and an article on hot new kitchen trends caught my eye.  The news item was based on an article written in Woman’s Day magazine. A new knob design by Amerock,  one of the companies that we represent,  was featured. Antique Silver Oil Rubbed Bronze Satin Nickel As you can see,  the style is unique and fun,  but elegant.  Here’s the product description from Amerock: “With an air of elegance,  the new Abernathy collection adds depth and dimension to any space. Accented by three distinct finishes,  these stunning jewel-like  knobs add a classic touch…

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Green Cabinetry for the Home

It’s all about going green these days.  In the world of cabinetry,  going green is usually about how the cabinets are manufactured,  rather than the materials that the cabinets are made from. Even though we usually think of products such as bamboo as green because they are considered sustainable,  we don’t grow bamboo here in the U.S.,  so it has to be shipped from overseas.  So how green is that,  really? Take Signature Custom Cabinetry,  for example.  To start with,  part of their mission is  “ . . . to be an asset & positive influence in our community ….

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