Cabinets play a primary role in how your new kitchen in Chicago is going to look, work, and feel. Since custom cabinets are perhaps the most costly component in new or remodeled kitchens, they should be sturdy enough to last for many years and timeless in the appeal.
Due to the importance and cost, you will undoubtedly wonder if you should invest in custom cabinetry or be satisfied with something less. Consider the following:
Infinite Finishes Available
One of the primary differences between semi-custom and custom cabinets is the number of finishes that are available. Semi-custom cabinets are factory made; as such, they have to keep such things as finishes to a minimum. This is certainly not the case with custom cabinetry. Old world hand brushed paint, specialty glazes, custom color matching, custom stains, and more are only available when you work closely with a custom cabinetry company.
Sizes to Fit Any Space
Custom cabinets can be manufactured to any size as well as any design. When you opt for custom cabinetry, you do not have to change your lifestyle to accommodate the size or shape of your room. You can design the room so that all the space is functional, which is not the case with stock or semi-custom cabinets. Every cubic inch of space is usable.
Built to Last
When you invest in quality cabinets, you expect them to last. The best cabinets are constructed using mortise and Tenon joints for strength and durability. The cabinet boxes are made from sturdy plywood. All the corners of the drawers are dovetailed and smooth to the touch. High-quality glides should allow for full drawer extension and soft, quiet closing.
Custom cabinets are a world apart from semi-custom or stock cabinets. The construction methods used, including the design, space utilization, and finishes, all add up to an investment that increases the design appeal of the room, as well as the value of your home.
Custom cabinets are a wise choice in terms of utilization and return on investment. For further information and details, contact Emery Custom Homes in Chicago. To see examples of past projects, visit http://www.emerycustomhomes.com. Like us on our facebook page.