Determine the layout
After you have identified your Work Triangle, it’s time to pinpoint the shape of your kitchen. Kitchens typically fall into one of four primary shape categories: Single Wall, Corridor or Galley, U-Shaped or L-Shaped. Determine which shape works best with the square footage you’ve got and which best accommodates your Work Triangle.
Once you have determined the basic footprint of your kitchen, you can begin to visualize and narrow down your field of cabinetry choices. How many wall, base, tall and corner cabinets and bookcases will you need? They are configured in several different heights, widths and depths.
If you need a little inspiration as you are getting started, be sure to visit our showroomfor current examples of stylish quality cabinet collections, wood species, styles, finishes and accessories.
As the details begin to come together and you can start to make some firm decisions regarding your new cabinets style, wood and finish, and any accessories or upgrades, you may want.
Custom Interior & Design products have a rich, natural beauty you’ll be proud of for years to come. That’s because each tree produces its own characteristic color and grain, as individual as a fingerprint. These variations create the distinctive beauty and interest found in natural wood. We hope you will appreciate and enjoy these natural characteristics.
Custom Interior & Design relies upon its 22 years’ experience. When you’ve been building cabinets as long as we have, you learn it doesn’t pay to cut corners. So we do it right – with solid kiln-dried hardwood face frames that give strength, squareness and rigidity to every cabinet we make.