When it comes to custom cabinetry, there are so many options available to get exactly what you’re looking for. Look through the galleries below to see just some of these options that you might consider for your own kitchen or bath.
These galleries break out the different options you can choose to enhance your kitchen, whether you want to modify one of your existing cabinets to make it more functional or simply add an accessory like a spice rack to a standard cabinet.
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Some of the cabinet variations available that you can substitute for one or more of your existing cabinets
Two sided base cabinetYou can access the interior of this base cabinet from 2 sides. Great for the end of a peninsula
Another 2-sided base cabinetAnother look at an alternative for a standard cabinet end
Valence alternativeThis short upper cabinet above the window is an alternative for a valence, and the glass doors add a bit extra
Shelves instead of upper cabinetsMuch cheaper than a full cabinet, standalone shelves are great for offices or even in a kitchen
Alternate Pantry designPutting a drawer at the bottom of this pantry keeps the lowest bottom shelf off of the floor
Outside Corner cabinetsYou can do this to both base and upper cabinets to add function and grace
Outside Corner cabinets #2Another look at the same kitchen corner
Open Shelving cabinetBetter looking than plain shelving, just a cabinet section (bay) with finished interiors and no doors
Bookcase endAdding a bookcase to the end of an island (or any cabinet) is a way to add color and nice place for your cookbooks
Bookshelf hutchAn alternative to a standard base and upper configuration, a hutch sets these cabinets apart from the kitchen's look
Kitchen hutchDesigned to add to a kitchen's wow factor and a practical place for electronics (telephones, charging stations, etc.)
Single Glass door upper cabinetSubstituting glass doors in a few select locations is a fantastic way to set a focal point to a particular area
All Glass door upper cabinetsThe entire kitchen upper cabinets have glass panels instead of wood
Combination wood and glass door cabinetThis top and bottom sectioned cabinet configuration is usually placed in a hallway or dininig room but can be used in a kitchen by shrinking the height of the glass door section
Bookcase cabinetSince you don't want glass doors where the glass can too easily be broken, having the wood doors in the bottom section is safer and sets a better balance, and gives a bookcase a better balance
45 Degree upper cabinetThe angled upper cabinet fits this kitchen much better, provided friendlier access in well-used cabinet
Broom closetFor those that like to have their broom and mop in the kitchen. And since you don't need all that height for those items, the added shelves at the top just spices it up
Base microwave cabinetSometimes you just don't want that microwave on your counter or inside of an upper cabinet. Yes, they make microwaves to fit in base cabinets, too. Note the warming drawer below
Bar HutchYou can include a hutch in your kitchen, adding a functional but beautiful place to keep the liquor section separate but still inside the kitchen
Two-step upper cabinetThis short section of the upper cabinet above the sink gives a more practical clearance but still offers cabinet usable space