Picking a cabinet door style and material is a major decision! The door style and material create a foundation for a room's interior design and can represent an investment of tens of thousands of dollars. Cabinets typically remain in a home for generations and are a major factor in home value and how quickly a home sells. Most buyers spend hours researching options and deciding
TaylorCraft Cabinet Door Company offers a complete line of centemporary edgebanded cabinet doors with 1.5mm and 3mm edgeband options and 2mm Edgebanded environmentally responsible Echowood veneer. Edgebanded cabinet doors are considered 1-piece construction as opposed to traditional 5-piece frame and panel doors. They are sometimes referred to as flat panel (we disagree with this naming convention because there really isn't a separate panel) or slab
Our customers have been busy this year and have completed some beautiful kitchen, bathroom, game room, office, laundry room and other room custom cabinets using TaylorCraft Cabinet Door Company's cabinet doors! Fortunately many of these homes are close enough for us to go out and photograph, so we have updated our cabinet photo gallery with new kitchen, bathroom, study, wet bar and laundry room
Customer are viewing, pinning, sharing and saving our knotty hickory and hickory cabinet doors in droves! The rustic, natural beauty and wide variation in wood color from light blond to warm brown hickory wood is appreciated and sought after. Hickory lends itself well to designs that range from rustic cabins to contemporary city condos and mid-century modern remodels (see photo above) depending on the cabinet
According to the 2017-2018 American Pet Products Association's National Pet Owners Survey, sixty-eight percent of U.S. households, roughly 85 million families, own at least one pet, and 60 percent of those pets are dogs! Many people consider their dogs an important part of the family. As such, the comfort and needs of our furry friends should be taken into consideration when undertaking a home remodel
TaylorCraft Cabinet Door Company started out as a cabinet company making our own cabinet doors in 1971. We’ve got a few gray hairs and a lot of wisdom that comes with nearly 50 years in the woodworking business. We officially separated into a stand-alone cabinet door company in 2008, so we’re excited to celebrate TaylorCraft Cabinet Door Company’s 10-year anniversary this year! During the past
To order cabinet doors from TaylorCraft Cabinet Door Company without printing, scanning or faxing anything, use our interactive PDF. First visit the Resources tab at taylorcraftdoor.com and select Order Forms from the drop down menu. Cabinet door order forms can be opened and printed from any PDF reader however for fill-in, and most importantly for Save functionality so you can email it, you need to
Cabinet door styles that were staples just a decade ago have recently been on the decline so much that some have gone the way of the names Ethel and Waldo and disappeared from showrooms and websites completely. The cabinet door styles we predict won't return to popularity any time soon, include double arched doors (shown below), some single arched doors, (especially flat-top arch and bell
Shaker style cabinet doors are timeless and for decades they've made up a large percent of cabinet door styles sold. Some homeowners and cabinetmakers want to create the streamlined look of a shaker cabinet door but are looking for a shaker alternative, a little variation on the standard square door detail. To meet this demand, TaylorCraft Cabinet Door Company has created a new shaker alternative
For the last several years painted, white cabinets have been the top trend in the kitchen and bath industry. The all white room with white shaker style cabinets topped by Carrara marble counter tops , and white, subway tile back splash has reigned supreme, gracing covers and taking up center spreads of countless kitchen and bath design magazines. That trend is now starting to shift.
For woodworkers, it's nice to use our skills, materials and tools to make a thoughtful, handmade gift. For loved ones of woodworkers who know how much we appreciate the beauty and natural character of real wood, it might be fun or just challenging to find a unique gift for the woodworker in your life. To help both parties (and for our own inspiration), we put
The items below represent what you loved most in 2016, from blog posts and photos to videos and Pinterest boards. This was an incredible year of growth and success for TaylorCraft and we are so grateful for our dedicated employees, loyal customers and vendor-partners. We have some exciting things planned for 2017 and we look forward to sharing them with you in coming months.
Thank you to the hundreds of cabinetmakers who completed our survey this month! We appreciate your feedback, compliments, suggestions and your valuable time! We held a random drawing today of everyone who entered the sweepstakes associated with the survey. The winner of the $100 gift card and TaylorCraft Cabinet Door Company swag (logo cooler mug, custom spice rub and hat) is Billy with Moore's Custom
Transitional cabinet doors have been trending for the past couple years and, and are predicted to continue in popularity for some time, however there are some subtle style changes gaining momentum. We're seeing a rise in kitchens completed with a natural finish, similar to furniture from the mid-century modern period. High-quality, natural materials like walnut, white oak, rift white oak and hickory with their beautiful
Painted cabinets and cabinet doors are timeless and beautiful, and based on the number of painted displays at the 2016 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, they are extremely popular across all price points. Which base material makes the best painted cabinet door is a source of much debate between cabinetmakers. Below we give pros and cons of the most common options so you can weigh