We tell our team members every day that it is more than just cabinets we are building. Each and every homeowner has a unique idea of what they want for their kitchen, bathroom, entertainment space or home office.
A Style That is Uniquely You
Some want a more classic, tried and true type of look. This stately French Country kitchen has lots of details including intricate crown molding, massive corbels, decorative onlays and valances.
French Country Kitchen
This French Country kitchen is full of details including crown molding, large corbels, decorative onlays and valances.
Others would prefer a more streamlined, contemporary style that is rapidly growing in popularity. This galley-style kitchen makes use of flat panel textured doors, stainless steel appliances and natural earthy colors for a sleek, clean look.
Modern Galley Kitchen
This modern galley kitchen has textured doors and stainless steel accents for a clean, sleek style.
A combination of both of these styles can be an option too, and this type of look is widely known within the industry as transitional. The below kitchen blends together traditional elements such as mullion doors and decorative island end panels with contemporary features like flat panel doors, clean lines and subtle ornamentation to create this hybrid style.
This Kitchen Blends together both Traditional and Contemporary
Sometimes building what a consumer wants takes creative innovation and careful thought. Such was the case with the antique celery hutch (below). This homeowner wanted an old world piece of furniture that was different. We built a custom door to house vintage wrought iron inserts to achieve the look the homeowner desired.
Custom Wrought Iron Insert in this Old World Hutch
Whether it is an old world hutch or a clean, modern kitchen with efficient storage options, we take pride in listening to the dreams and desires of our customers and then we craft them into reality!
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Plain & Fancy is proud to be a family run business, now in its third generation, for over 50 years.
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Every inset door and drawer are hand fitted one at a time to ensure a perfect fit.