Common Questions

Common Questions

What Finishes are available?

What Wood Species can I choose for my cabinets?

How you select the cabinet wood is a matter of personal taste and the wood species is just the beginning of the selection. The personality of the cabinetry will also be affected by the finish you choose.
Common woods we use are:
Cherry, Maple, Oak, Hickory, Walnut

Will you use concealed hinges?

How you select the cabinet wood is a matter of personal taste and the wood species is just the beginning of the selection. The personality of the cabinetry will also be affected by the finish you choose.
Common woods we use are:
Cherry, Maple, Oak, Hickory, Walnut

There are a variety of finishes to choose from, allowing your cabinets to be uniquely customized.

  • Painted Finishes, Painted with glaze
  • Distressed Finishes, Rubbed through finishes
  • Wood Stains, Stained with glaze, Clear coat with glaze
  • Laminated finishes, acrylic finishes

We normally use concealed soft close hinges in our cabinets.

Our standard refrigerator cabinet depth is 30″

At Fine WoodWorks we try to abstain from ballpark figures. Ball parks are expensive! Our cabinets are custom made for each customer and everyone has an individual style, so the pricing greatly varies. Please review the Cost of Custom cabinets article to learn about pricing.

Woodworks builds many other custom projects. This is a short list of wood products we have built.

  • Kitchen Islands
  • Bath Vanities
  • Media Centers
  • Custom Closet Systems
  • Walk in Pantries
  • Laundry Rooms and Entry Rooms
  • Bookcases
  • Office furniture
  • Dining Tables
Custom cabinetry door styles are classified in two ways.

First, by the way they are positioned on the cabinet – Flush Inset, Beaded Inset and Overlay:
  • Flush inset doors are set within, and flush with the cabinet frame. A knob or pull is needed to open the door.
  • Beaded inset doors include a decorative bead cut into the face frame edge.                                                   
  • Overlay doors are set outside the cabinet frame: This is our most poplar style. Full-overlay doors cover  1/2″, 5/8″, 3/4″ or 1-1/4″ of the frame with a 1/4″ reveal. 
 
Second, by the profile of the door- Raised Panel, Recessed Panel, Flat Slab, or Glass Mullion:
  • Raised Panel Doors feature one or more raised panels that create a dimensional look. The panels sit in grooves on the door frame and are not glued, but left free to expand and contract naturally.
  • Recessed Panel Doors are basically Raised Panel doors in reverse, with the center panels set back from the stiles and rails, creating an appealing dimensional look. Many refer to this style as a Shaker style. 
  • Flat Slab Doors, because of their simplicity, suit many settings from traditional to contemporary.
  • Glass Mullion Doors feature authentic mullions (the framing that hold the panes of glass), adding to their appeal.

Yes, we offer a variety of custom treatments, such as:

Custom Carved Molding, Plinth Blocks, Dentil Molding, Carved Posts, Carved Corbels, Carved Legs and Feet, Custom Turned Posts and Legs

Yes, we can provide hardware for your custom cabinets. Our suppliers are listed on the  Supplier Links page, click the links to browse their websites. 

  • Floors needs to be installed, unless it is a “floating floor” which is usually installed around the cabinets
  • Walls should be painted, and minimal touchup maybe necessary after installation
  • Heating and Air Conditioning needs to be functioning, to maintain humidity.

Sure! We are glad to have our customers stop by the shop and tour the facility. Many customers have enjoyed seeing their cabinets being constructed. 

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