Shepard Custom Cabinets in Anaheim
Bespoke Custom Cabinets and Furniture in Anaheim California
Great design is the cornerstone of elegant and functional custom cabinets. We have years of experience designing, crafting, and installing custom cabinetry in the Anaheim area. We’ve provided custom cabinets to many upscale commercial and residential properties in Anaheim, and the greater Orange County area. We build all of our custom cabinets right here in Anaheim. We also offer bespoke furniture such as bookcases, closet shelving, and bathroom vanities. Our goal is to bring to life our client’s vision, and make stylish and space saving cabinets.
Cabinets are large and are a very noticeable part of your home, so it is a key part of any remodeling project. Remodeling a property is a milestone event, so getting your cabinets to fit into your overall vision is a significant factor in the remodels success. What sets our custom cabinets apart from others in Anaheim, is them being fully customized and locally made. Whether it be open frame doors, partial overlay doors, or hardwood counter tops we build everything with high quality wood and industry leading cabinet hardware. Every piece we make reflects our attention to detail.
Reach out today and we can start designing the custom cabinets of your dreams. Get started today with one of our custom cabinetry craftsmen to begin your journey to a brand new living space.
Hand Made Custom Cabinets in Anaheim
Great design is the foundation for space-saving and elegant custom cabinetry. From kitchen cabinets, custom bookcases closets, media/entertainment centers, to floating shelves. Many of our clients enjoy creating a matching theme for their furniture throughout their home. Contact one of our carpentry experts to get started. Our craftsmen have years of experience, and our attention to detail can help you turn your dream home into reality. How our process works
The first step is speaking to an experienced contractor at Shepard Custom Cabinets about what you want from your custom cabinetry. A great place to start, is to send us the dimensions of your rooms, either through sketches or architectural blueprints. After we learn the extent of work required we can provide you the first cost estimate. This will start the planning phase. We can help you make the final decisions about what you want.
B. Design Details & Consultation
After we have done our initial due diligence, and provided an estimate to you for the cost, we will start the design and consultation phase. We communicate with you by phone and email, and will also need to visit the site to take final measurements. This is where we finalize the design plans and estimate the time it will take to complete the project. We also create a complete list of supplies. At the end of this phase we will know the cost of the project.
C. Exact Drawings and Deposit Payment
During this step we will produce a payment schedule and give you ample notice for any upcoming payments. The payment schedule coincides with the subsequent phases of the project, the final plans, cabinet fabrication, and the final building.
After the planning phase is completed, your project will be added to our schedule once the down payment has been paid. At this point we will have a set of drawings that will contain the exact measurements and required materials. One of the main reasons we have opted for these processes is due to the challenges that arise from changes once the fabrication starts. Once you give us your instructions, we will fabricate your cabinets.
D. Building the Cabinets and Onsite Installation
This is where all the pieces fall together. We start building and crafting your cabinets at our location in Anaheim. Once the fabrication phase is completed, we will transport everything to your property for the final installation. When the entire project is completed, the final deposit is due. This usually takes between 4 and 8 weeks. Custom cabinets are made to order so the turnaround time will vary depending on the style and number of pieces you choose, as well as the labor time required for each piece.
Different styles of cabinet doors
It is crucial to choose the right cabinet door as it is the most prominent part of your cabinet. When choosing a cabinet door there are two classifications that will affect how your cabinet looks overall, the way that the door style, and how the door is attached to the cabinet frame. Each of these factors will impact the character of your cabinet.
Cabinet Door Attachments
A full-overlay cabinet door completely covers the front face of the cabinet, and consequently provides more storage space. Because the frame of the cabinet is one hundred percent covered, this one continuous low-profile surface between the cabinets which is extremely popular today.
Cabinets with inset doors have the door set into the frame, sitting fully flush when closed. Sometimes you may see the hinges attached to an outside surface. This requires precision during fabrication.
Partial overlay cabinets show much more of the cabinet frame, with about 1″ to 2″ of the frame exposed.
The Differences in Cabinet Door Styles
The recessed panel door makes it look like the center panel is depressed into the cabinet, give it a sleek streamlined feel. This style is used often in contemporary cabinets, and offers a lot of options when it comes to design.
Frameless glass front cabinets have a single glass pane, but no dividing mullions.
Mullion frame doors have vertical and horizonal bars that breakdown the face of the cabinet into sections. The glass inserts in the panes and sections allow you to see the interior of each cabinet.
Cabinets with raised panel doors have a lifted central panel with a recessed border around it. Raised panel doors are a very popular and can be seen on classic to current day cabinets.
The slab cabinet door, or flat-panel door, is simply a single slab of lumber and is totally flat.
Handcrafted bath cabinets and custom vanities
A well-designed bathroom can make a big difference in your quality of living. You can also add custom bath cabinets to enhance the look and increase the storage space. While you are brainstorming the design for your custom vanities and cabinets, you should write a list of all your storage needs. Do you need the space for makeup application built into your vanity? Do you have an abundance of items in your bathroom, and would love to have as much storage space as possible? Are you looking for cabinet space to store towels? Once you have gleaned your specific requirements, an expert carpenter at Shepard Custom Cabinets can assist you come up with a perfect design.
You can use a custom-made vanity to fully use your space, renovate your bathroom, and find a place for all your stuff! You can make your bathroom more functional and beautiful by creating storage solutions that are both creative and functional. You will feel calm and relaxed after a hectic day.
Handcrafted Custom Media Centers
In addition to custom cabinets, one the more popular pieces of furniture we build at Shepard Custom Cabinets is custom media centers, otherwise known as entertainment centers. A entertainment center houses your television, sound systems and video game consoles. Many of our customers find that their television is an essential piece of your daily life. This is why they are able to get a custom-built entertainment centre.
Ready-to-assemble (RTA), media centers that are often made of cheaper materials such as particleboard don’t last long. Shepard Custom Cabinets only uses the highest quality hard wood for your custom media center. This will make it look great today and last many years. Having an endless tangle of wires featured in the center of your living room can be distraction and an eyesore, so we can help you build your cabinets to accommodate them, and help you conceal that clutter.
Stains and Finishes
You can add character to your cabinet doors by choosing a finish. To give the cabinet a desired characteristic, such as enhanced protection or alterations to its color or texture, a finish is applied to it.
Waterborne finishes are used to add protection against scratches and damage, and it is non toxic to the environment. Waterborne finishes can be fast drying and can mimic the appearance of many other stains. If you like patterns of grains of your piece of wood and want to change the color, it is great choice.
Glaze finishes can add additional texture and color to the surface of your cabinets, and can be brushed right on top of cabinets that have been painted or stained. If you like a glossy look, glazing your cabinets will give it a shine, as well as add damage and moisture protection. Painting your cabinets will completely hide the wood grains, and you can pretty much change it any color that you want. A popular option is to paint your cabinets flat white. There are a ton of options out there, and the expert craftsmen at Shepard Custom Cabinets are here to help, so give us a call today.
Shepard Custom Cabinets in Anaheim
304 S RosebayAnaheim California 92804United States
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