Built-in cabinetry goes one step beyond wall units and entertainment centers. It is an addition to your home; bringing a sense of stability as it becomes a part of the architecturally designed interior, and blending companionably with its surroundings. Older homes were often constructed with shelving integrated into the walls of vestibules, dining rooms, kitchens and libraries. Modern construction typically does not allow for these beautiful budget-stretching extras. However, our professional designers can turn your unadorned walls into sturdy built-in cabinetry that appears to always have been there.
Built-Ins ...Our Trade Secrets
What makes a superior built-in? It’s not all that secret, but it is the tried and true method of our knowledgeable designers and craftsmen. We take care to:
- Meticulously draft a design that works with the schematics of your room
- Field-measure the intended wall to insure that the final fit and installation is beyond perfect
- Discuss, suggest and recommend the primary materials and decorative features that will make your built-in stand out
- Keep you abreast of the progress of your built-in and finalize all details including color matching and ancillary materials
- High Style – Any Style for your Built-Ins
High Style – Any Style for your Built-Ins
Regardless if you are mad about modern, crazy for contemporary or are a true-blue traditionalist, we have the right design for you. Our skilled team can show you a range of styles to fit the architecture of your home and even provide a mélange of styles to match the most conservative or eclectic of tastes.
We have extensive product knowledge and can supply a wide range of spectacular embellishments and additions to make your built-in unique. The choices are many.
- Crown moldings in a variety of designs and sizes
- Corbels, quality wood on-lays and carved wood embellishments
- Metallic fittings such as brass, brushed nickel and highly polished chrome
- Decorative glass such as cathedral, stained, floral, swirled, frosted & textured
Whether you are looking for a small niche built-in or a full scale, wall to wall, floor to ceiling library with rolling ladder, we will construct and install it to blend in as an integral part of the room.
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Benefits of Built-In Cabinetry
Nobody likes clutter in their home. Built-in cabinetry not only takes care of the clutter, but it also ensures that all your items have their place in your cabinets. This type of cabinetry offers a number of benefits, including the following:
- Improve Your Interior Design
Built-in cabinetry can improve the shape and function of your rooms. Whether you are looking for cabinets in your kitchen, study or bedrooms, your interior design and the shape of your rooms can be improved when the cabinets are designed and installed by professionals.
- Divide Zones Efficiently
Instead of building a wall in between your bathroom and bedroom, or your kitchen and living room, consider custom cabinetry instead. Open-plan spaces are the norm in most modern houses, but sometimes you need to define zones more efficiently. Built-in cabinets not only provide a storage solution, but can also help you to divide the different zones in your interior spaces more effectively.
- Frame A View
Many interior designers use built-in cabinets to frame a view. In a bathroom, for example, a small, narrow wall unit can be designed to make the space feel special. A homeowner will have a space for his and her bathroom and grooming products, while simultaneously improving their experience and the look and feel of the space.
- Reduce Free-Standing Furniture
Furniture items are long-term purchases, but they rarely outlive the structure of a home. Many times, furniture items from different homes and décor themes are brought into a new space, which can break the aesthetic of a home.A built-in cabinet reduces the need for free-standing furniture items. Instead of bedside tables and chest of drawers, you can invest in a custom-designed cabinet with a beautiful finish that matches the rest of your interior design scheme.
What to Consider Before You Buy Built-Ins
Consider what you want to store in the cabinets so that you can ensure the dimensions are correct. You will also need to consider the overall dimensions of the room. In a small room, you will need to opt for a smaller storage solution to make sure the unit isn’t overwhelming.
The type of cabinet that you need must also be determined beforehand. Some of your options include:
- built-in book cases,
- built-in bunk beds,
- murphy beds,
- built-in desks,
- custom bar cabinetry,
- coffee bar cabinetry, and
- built-in cabinets around fireplaces, among others.
Speak to a professional about the options available on the market as you may require a custom design that suits your needs.
Why Schrapper’s Fine Cabinetry, Inc. for Your Built-In Cabinetry
Your vision becomes our motivation to provide you with the very best for your project. Our team of built-in closet consultants includes designers, artisans, assistants, delivery people, and installers who are 100% accountable to you and your experience with the company – no exceptions. We can design and install the perfect built-in cabinetry for your home in no time. Contact us for more information today.