Many of our customers are doing more than just painting cabinets. Did you know we also can help you with some of the additional carpentry projects?
Wrapping Islands and Customizing Islands
The kitchen stopped being hidden behind walls and doors and became a gathering spot for both family and visitors
Here in North Carolina, Wake County has seen tremendous growth and has added about one million residents since the kitchen island boom of the 1980s.
We’ve been painting kitchen islands since we started and love helping homeowners take a nondescript island and make it really pop. That can include adding custom elements or additional panels or anything else you’ve dreamed up.
Many homes with cabinets that approach the height of the ceiling are finished with crown moulding, but not all. We have worked on kitchens that generally fall into a few categories.
- Kitchens where the cabinets are painted and the homeowner needs the crown molding painted to match.
- Kitchens where we’ve added an additional row of cabinets on top, and finished them with new crown molding.
- Kitchens where the homeowners had no crown molding but would like to add some.
Our carpenters are slightly obsessive about making sure the corners are sharp and any joints are invisible.
Once homeowners find out we can help them with carpentry jobs, one of the most popular requests we get is for floating shelves.
There is an infinite number of ways to design and finish a custom floating shelving area. You’re only limited by your imagination and how many good ideas you can find on the internet.
Shiplap has become a very popular look over the past few years. What was originally used to make ships and homes in extreme climates more weather resistant is now a design element.
The lines of the shiplap can either help create a feeling of height when installed vertically, or help pull your eye around the area when installed horizontally.
Shiplap installations can be done using traditional shiplap with the edges rabbeted or a slimmer faux shiplap that can fit in more places and can be less expensive.