What many people appreciate about being able to work with custom cabinet makers is having a say in what the cabinetry looks like. When you purchase kit-set kitchens, all components are pre-designed, leaving you with just the option of a few colours and styles.
But all that freedom of having a say in your kitchen’s design can be overwhelming. Here are a few things that you may be asked to think about before the final product is revealed.
Cabinet Door Profile
Cabinet doors are available in all sorts of different profiles. Such variety can mean you may have a hard time deciding on which type will suit your home. Of course, a kitchen expert will be able to offer their advice, but you can also make the decision on your own.
Some of the most popular options include recessed square, slab, raised arch, and recessed miter. These profiles are all unique, so take your time deciding which one will blend in with the rest of your kitchen’s design.
Material Type and Colour
One of the hardest parts about designing your own kitchen with a cabinet maker is choosing the materials and colours. You want a kitchen that’s uniquely you, but you also want to make sure it’s on-trend for prospective purchasers in the future.