Custom vs. Semi-Custom vs. Stock
We believe in educating our customers. We sell a variety of cabinet lines that cater to all styles and budgets, countertops to enhance any décor, custom built-in casework, beautiful specialty wood flooring and a host of decorative hardware fixtures and accessories for nearly every room in your home.
Custom cabinetry is designed and made specifically for your kitchen, giving you an endless array of sizes, shapes, and finishes. Representing the higher-end of kitchen quality and cost, luxury manufacturers feature many combinations of wood species, finishes and door styles. Custom means having the capability of creating one of a kind pieces that are only limited by the imagination.
Cabinetry by Brighton
Choose Brighton cabinetry for unique finishes and custom design features without the custom prices. Even if you are looking for traditional inset construction, Brighton comes through, providing surprising value and a worthy investment for your home.
Semi-custom cabinets are factory-produced in common sizes — usually in increments of 3 inches — but often accommodate requests for common modifications, such as custom depths, heights, and glass inserts for an additional cost. With semi-custom cabinets, unusual sizes, shapes, and accessories may be ordered. A good kitchen cabinetry designer working with an adventurous installation specialist can invent creative solutions that work within the restraints of semi-custom cabinets.
Semi-Custom Cabinetry by Kemper
Kemper is a semi-custom cabinet line that offers dramatic choices. With a selection of “glazed” and distressed finishes, both on stain and paint, it is easy to forget that this is semi-custom cabinetry. This line is for those with a moderate budget, but an uncompromising desire to create a more beautiful and functional new kitchen.
Stock cabinetry is factory made in standard sizes and shapes. It often is held in inventory until purchased, which keeps choices down to a few sizes and wood species. Stock cabinetry is the least expensive cabinet category. Mainly this is due to less expensive construction materials like furniture board and melamine.
Stock Cabinetry by Waypoint Living Spaces
Stock cabinets are the least expensive types of cabinet lines. If cost is your top priority than these lines are your best option. Despite their lower cost, some lines still offer solid wood, dovetailed drawer boxes with soft close drawer guides as standard. This helps to ensure longevity and value without the added cost.
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