Kitchen Cabinets in Boise

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(208) 223-3863

Creating high quality cabinetry as standard, Legacy Craft leads the way for kitchen cabinets in Boise. With imagination being the only limitation to creating a perfect kitchen, we specialize in the design, construction, and installation of high quality cabinetry, tailor made to your specifications to provide you with the kitchen of your dreams! We are proud to serve all areas within the Boise region and our knowledgeable professionals are ready to speak to you about how we can help you through the exciting process of making your kitchen remodeling dreams becoming a reality!

FREE Concept Design

We understand that your project can be hard to visualize, so to keep things simple, we will provide you with a completely FREE concept design of your kitchen cabinets, along with a written estimate. You can either send us your plans, or we can send a member of our skilled team out to get some measurements and information from you. The process is quick and easy, with no obligation to buy from us. If you are ready to start the process, please click here or call us at 208-223-3863 to schedule an appointment.

Understanding Kitchen Cabinets

Choosing kitchen cabinets can be a great experience but with so many cabinetry options available in todays market, how do you know which ones are best for you? Without a basic understanding of the different kinds of cabinets, doors and drawers that are available, making a selection can be daunting. We are here to make your life a little easier by breaking down what you need to know.

Types of Kitchen Cabinets

There are three basic types of kitchen cabinets: stock, semi-custom, and custom cabinets. Depending on your needs and budget, each type provides a different set of advantages.

Stock cabinets, much like the ones you will find at large hardware stores, can be supplied as an unfinished product but are sometimes available with limited finishes, and color choices. Stock sets the entry level price point for cabinets.

Semi-Custom cabinets (also referred to in Idaho, as pre-fab cabinets) offer more styles, finishes and features than stock cabinets. A semi-custom project can be tailored to meet the layout specifications and needs of a homeowner. As the cabinets themselves are mass produced (typically outside the US), they are a favorite of home builders, who can order large quantities of the same layout with several finish and hardware options for their clients to choose from. To the homeowner, the cost of semi-custom cabinets does not usually differ much from the price of custom cabinets, although the buying power of builders enables them to remain a profitable option in new homes.

Custom cabinets are virtually unlimited in options. They can be made from a wide selection of wood species, finishing options, structural platforms and modifications. Color options are vast, and design styling can only be limited by your imagination. From a price point, custom cabinets are regarded the most expensive, although in many cases, the price to a homeowner can sometimes be significantly less than that of pre-fabricated cabinets. The styling of kitchen cabinets in and around the Boise area varies a lot. Although the current trend of this area leans closer towards modern styling, there are still vast amounts of traditional cabinets being produced and installed in our community. One of the great things about custom cabinets is that an individual does not need to follow trends and can have the flexibility to create something completely unique to their needs, style, and space.

Terminology

When discussing a kitchen cabinet project, sometimes the terminology can be confusing. Here are the most commonly used terms and their meanings:

Base cabinets (often called lower cabinets, or just 'lowers') are the strong, sturdy cabinets that sit directly on the floor, providing a base for your workspaces and for tje installation of heavy countertops. In a bathroom, the base cabinets provide a foundation for the vanity top and can typically be used to hide plumbing, provide storage and organization for your bathroom essentials.

Wall cabinets (often called upper cabinets, or just 'uppers') are wall mounted as opposed to resting on the floor. These cabinets are essential for functionality, and provide a focal point, adding beauty to your kitchen, bathroom or laundry room.

Tall cabinets (often called pantry cabinets, lockers, or utility cabinets) create great storage as well as a dramatic vertical look. Typically a tall cabinet will finish at around 84 to 96 inches in height, and will be installed as one unit.

Here are some other terms that can be useful to know when discussing your project:

  • Center panel: The raised or flat panel in the middle of cabinet doors, enclosed by stiles and rails.
  • Center stile: This is the raised rail that can be found in the middle of the cabinet doors.
  • Edge profile: A finished outside edge of cabinetry doors and drawers, can be a simple round or square edge and can even come in a variety of shapes.
  • Rail: A horizontal frame component of a cabinet face or door.
  • Reveal: Typically referencing the distance between the outside edge of the cabinet face to the outside edge of the door face.
  • Stile: The vertical frame components of the cabinet face or cabinet doors.

What's next?

Now that you have a good foundation to your knowledge of kitchen cabinets, you are ready to discuss your remodeling project in more detail. We would love to assist you in turning your dreams and vision, into a beautiful, functional reality in your home. Please contact us to arrange a convenient time to go over the details of your project.

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Meridian, ID 83642

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