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You’ve set your budget, assessed your layout, and measured your space. Your project’s got legs. Now comes the fun part: Digging into the details.

Cabinetry Types

We take pride in our wide-range of high-quality cabinets—all priced at an exceptional value. But hundreds of options can be overwhelming. Start by determining your desired cabinet type. 

There are three main cabinet types:custom-built, semi-custom, and stock. At Just Cabinets Furniture & More, we provide a wide range of high-quality semi-custom and stock cabinetsall at incredible values; all made in the USA. Custom-built cabinets are handcrafted by local, independent cabinetmakers. Here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a cabinet type.  

  • Custom-built cabinets: People generally opt for custom-built cabinets when they require a specific color and/or sizing. While many cabinetmakers exhibit fine craftsmanship, the quality of custom-built cabinets can vary widely. Most independent cabinet makers are unable to provide the latest finishes and accessories and also have limited access to state-of the-art machinery.Custom-built cabinets are typically more expensive than semi-custom and stock cabinets and require a minimum of 8 to 12 weeks for delivery.
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  • Semi-custom cabinets: Lower in price than custom-built cabinets, yet with more style and accessory options than stock cabinets, semi-custom cabinets offer exceptional value and flexibility. Our KraftMaid and Medallion semi-custom cabinets are made from high-end materials and hand assembled by skilled artisans. Choose from more than 65 finishes, more than 100 door styles, and more than 200 storage solutions. Semi-custom cabinets will stand the test of time, but you’ll get them fast—typical delivery is just 4 to 6 weeks.
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  • Stock: Stock cabinets are an excellent choice for investment properties, starter homes,landlords, and house flippers. While they are the least expensive among cabinet types, you’ll still find top quality at Just Cabinets Furniture & More. Our Kitchens-to-Go stock cabinets are sturdy and economical. They are easy to assemble (perfect for do-it-yourselfers) and all sizes are in stock daily.

Don’t forget our low-price guarantee! Remember, if you find a better value on one of our cabinets at another store, let us know—we’ll beat that price.

Wood Types

When it comes to style and durability, wood reigns supreme. What wood type suits your style? Find out with our mini guide to wood cabinetry. 

Hard woods—which come from broad-leafed trees such as birch, oak, and maple—are favored for cabinetry as they are extremely strong and will last for generations. You’ll find a range of grain patterns and markings within each wood type from straight, vertical lines to spirals, waves, and arches. Grains lend a beautiful distinction to your cabinetry. However, if you prefer a uniform look, many woods have extremely fine to nearly invisible grains. Most wood types take stains and finishes well so you’re sure to find a color to suit your style. 

KraftMaid and Medallion, our semi-custom cabinetry lines, select the following wood types for their cabinets.

Maple:  Shock resistant and highly durable, maple is a popular wood for cabinetry. It often has straight, wavy, or curly grains and is easily finished to resemble more expensive woods such as cherry or cedar.

Oak: Oak is an extremely hard, heavy wood with a coarse grain that varies from straight lines to a distinctive, sweeping arch pattern. It is available in red and white varieties and stains well in all standard finishes.

Birch:  Birch is a beautiful, smooth hardwood with a high shock resistance. It varies in color from cream to light yellow. If taken from the tree’s center, it may also have a reddish/brown hue. It is extremely versatile and can achieve almost any look.

Hickory:  Hickory is one of the strongest, hardest, and heaviest wood types. It features random, natural streaks that create highly unique patterns. Ranging in color from very light cream to reddish brown to nearly black, it can be easily enhanced with stains and finishes.

Cherry:  More expensive than other woods, cherry is coveted for it’s unique, reddish color that deepens over time. It has an extremely smooth grain that adds a touch of elegance to any room.  

Door Overlays

Always in the spotlight, your cabinets’ doors speak to your signature style. A smaller detail, but just as important, is your choice of door overlays.  

Have you ever noticed how much of a cabinet frame shows beneath its door? It’s a small detail, but it can say a lot about your style. It is determined by the overlay of the cabinets’ doors. There are two types of overlay: Full and 1/2 inch.  

Full overlay: A full-overlay door exposes very little of the cabinet frame. This sleek, seamless look often attracts those people who prefer modern,contemporary styling.  

1/2-inch overlay: A 1/2-inch overlay leaves two inches of the cabinet frame exposed.This small detail results in a warm, traditional feel. 

Universal Design

Ensure that everyone—all ages and abilities—feels comfortable in your new space.Employ universal design. 

For people of varying ages and physical abilities, kitchens and bathrooms can present challenges. Universal design elements (for example, wider doorways and passageways, fewer steps and barriers, and high- and low-level lighting) help to alleviate obstacles in these essential rooms.

At Just Cabinets Furniture & More, we proudly carry KraftMaid’s Passport Series. This innovative line is specially crafted to fit the way you and/or your family member(s) live. It is certified for universal design by theInstitute for Technology Development and has undergone extensive testing by individuals with varying physical abilities.

Provide a comfortable space for all family members, guests, and future residents. Make your project a universal design. Here’s how. 

Kitchens

  • Remove threshold areas to provide safer,barrier-free room entry and exit.
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  • Allow a five-foot radius of clear turning space throughout the room.
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  • Raise dishwashers to make them easier to load and unload.
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  • Install mounted ovens and microwaves at a preferred height for you or your family member(s). 
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  • Adjust the height of countertops so that daily tasks can be preformed more comfortably.
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  • Consider: Smooth cooktops and countertops are easier to clean up than raised or textured surfaces.
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  • Install task lighting and/or in-cabinet lighting to better perform tasks and to see inside dark cupboards.
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  • Avoid slips and falls with non-skid flooring.
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  • Choose single-lever faucets and drawer/cabinet pulls, which are easy to grip.

Bath

 

  • Remove threshold areas to provide safer, barrier-free room entry and exit.
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  • Allow a five-foot radius of clear turning space throughout the room.
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  • Install grab-bars in strategic places. They will help folks navigate through the space and assist them when standing or leaning to perform tasks.
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  • Avoid slips and falls wit non-skid flooring.