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Why You Should Use Bespoke Cabinetry for Remodeling or New Construction

Why You Should Use Bespoke Cabinetry for Remodeling or New Construction

By: Justin Sharer, Owner of Sharer Design Group and Bespoke Cabinetry Expert

One of the questions that I have received most over my twenty plus years in the industry is Should I be using bespoke cabinetry for my remodel / home we are building? My reply has always been, yes. Using bespoke cabinetry for your projects offers several advantages and benefits that may make it the preferred choice. Below are my ten reasons why bespoke cabinetry should be chosen for your projects:

  1. Tailored Design: Bespoke cabinets are designed to fit your specific space and needs, ensuring every inch of your kitchen, bathroom, or room is utilized efficiently.

  2. Personalization: You have full control over the materials, finishes, colors, and hardware, allowing you to create a unique and personalized look that matches your style and complements your home.

  3. Functionality: Bespoke cabinetry can be customized to accommodate your specific storage requirements, such as specialized shelves, drawers, or compartments for specific items.

  4. Quality Craftsmanship: Bespoke cabinetry is handcrafted by skilled artisans, using high-quality materials, resulting in superior and durable cabinetry compared to mass-produced stock cabinetry.

  5. Long-Term Investment: White bespoke cabinetry will have a higher upfront cost, the higher quality and customization often lead to increased durability and longevity, making it a worthwhile long-term investment.

  6. Seamless Integration: Bespoke cabinetry can be seamlessly integrated into your kitchen or space, providing a cohesive and polished look that enhances the overall aesthetic of your home.

  7. Unique Features: If you have specific design preferences or require unique features, bespoke cabinetry can be built to accommodate these requirements, making your space truly one-of-a-kind.

  8. Value Addition: Bespoke cabinetry will add value to your home over mass-produced cabinetry, as potential buyers often appreciate the attention to detail and quality craftsmanship.

  9. Sustainability: Some bespoke cabinet makers offer environmentally friendly materials and construction methods, allowing you to make eco-conscious choices for your projects.

  10. Expert Guidance: Working with a bespoke cabinet designer provides access to professional advice and expertise, helping you make informed decisions throughout the design and installation process.

When it comes down to it, ultimately the decision to use bespoke cabinetry depends on your budget, design preferences, and the importance you place on personalized, high quality, and durable solutions for your project. Finishing up this article, I will always highly recommend using bespoke cabinetry for any remodel project you are considering or within the new home you are building.

About the writer:

Justin Sharer has spent his entire professional career in the design-build industry. After obtaining a degree in Architectural Construction Technology, Justin started in the industry as a cabinet maker working closely with masters of the trade and learning every facet. After becoming licensed with the Michigan Department of Labor as a Cabinet Maker, Justin went on to become a licensed residential builder and started Sharer Design Group with showrooms in Plymouth and Bay Harbor, Michigan.

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