"Custom cabinets" means different things to different cabinet companies. For some it means building cabinets based on a selection of a few options. For others it just means building non-standard sized cabinets. At Wooden Concepts, "custom" means that each and every cabinet project is designed and built to our clients' specific wants and needs.
We believe that a custom cabinet shop should be able to answer every question with "yes!". Can you match my cabinets to a specific color in the the tile I have chosen? Yes! Can you build a 42" corner sink cabinet? Yes! Can you reduce the depth of my cabinets slightly? Yes! Can you increase the height of my cabinets? Yes! Can you take this rough drawing of my idea and turn it into a fine piece of furniture? Yes, yes, yes!
Each of our projects is built with individual focus. From start to finish, we build one project at a time with close, personal attention given to every single part of the cabinet project, from interlocking cabinet parts to the solid wood edgebanding on each shelf.
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The is a layout of our box parts showing all of the machining required to build interlocking cabinets.
This shows the rabbet of the cabinet back pressed into the dado of the furniture end of the cabinet box. These parts are glued together with Titebond III, which is a Low-VOC, ANSI/HPVA Type 1 water resistant adhesive that is FDA approved for indirect food contact.
After all of the parts have been machined and sprayed the frame is set face down on rubber disks to avoid any scratches.
We start out by cutting the spinner from a jig. It takes several passes with a router, but this ensures 100% accuracy as opposed to attempting to freehand the cut.
Each of these parts have slight differences in machining, so they need to be laid out in proper order.
Next we add the front frame and sand the curved contour to match the radius of the banding.
After sanding the edges, we add the band around the spinner.
Most cabinets start with the boxes first but these angle cabinets must start with frames first.
This cross section view is to show the how the cabinet parts interlock. Notice the frame for the middle shelf - this ensures the durability of the cabinet.
This view allows you to see the angled dados in the frame to accept the cabinet ends. These are tricky cuts to make and have to be absolutely perfect in order for the cabinet to interlock correctly.
The floor and ceiling are now inserted into the dados locking the wall ends in place.
We install the spinners prior to fully assembling the cabinet.
The backs are snapped into their dados completing the box assembly and making the cabinet incredibly sound.
Each lazy susan has a load rating of 1000 pounds. Combined with the floors being dadoed into the sides, backs and frame these susans can be fully loaded without concern for stability or performance.
Once the box is completed, the frame is attached with our special fasteners and the cabinet is complete.
The shelves can built to any height you desire. This cabinet has off-set shelves because it was designed to accommodate four 5-gallon buckets.
The angled wall cabinets installed with standard crown moulding
Lazy Susans are a nice addition to any kitchen and these are built to last a lifetime.
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