Cabinet Effects (Friends)

Cabinet Effects

Built-in cabinetry is an essential element to every kitchen and bath renovation. It not only has to hold up to daily use over time but in most cases it’s the face of the design. That’s why Paul prefers to team up with experts like Cabinet Effects when building or renovating custom kitchens and bathrooms.

Cabinet Effects is a custom cabinetry and woodworking company based out of South Western Ontario. They utilize their small but diverse wood shop to build custom cabinets, using high-quality materials and manufacturing techniques that will stand up to everyday use. They are doing their part to protect the environment by using sustainably harvested lumber and only GREENGUARD Certified waterborne stains, undercoats, and lacquers that are a low VOC, HAPS-free formulation that contains no isocyanate or formaldehyde.

When creating a space that is unique to your home and your style, often the generic cabinetry of big box stores falls short and leaves you with the feeling of having settled. When working with Cabinet Effects, you get the personalized touch and expert craftsmanship that comes from a company that values quality and attention to detail. They work with you to create a unique piece/pieces that will suit your lifestyle and complement your design. They also offer a variety of other custom products including; wall units, bars, mantels, bookcases, home offices, and more.

Paul comes up with some outside-of-the-box ideas and the great team at Cabinet Effects is always able to bring them to life. Why settle for generic, when you could have the wow-effect of beautiful custom finishes that will impress for years? Check out the gallery over on the Cabinet Effects website and see all that they have to offer.

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