The design was finalized months ago, site preparations commenced and finally the job hits the production floor. Specifying, cutting, finishing and pre-assembly of any custom unit takes time.

Custom doesn’t necessarily have to mean ‘expensive’. At a basic level – each job is a ‘one of’. Totally unique in size, form and finish.  That’s what you’re paying for! Custom not mass produced.

A complete installation demonstrates the fit and finish of fine custom cabinetry.  Only the best of materials are used for manufacturing.  Domestic plywood box construction, post-catalyzed lacquers, heavy duty hinge and drawer slide hardware are some of the differences.

We want our cabinetry to stand the test of time — to perform long term, no fading, no warping, no sagging. With .75″ shelf thickness and cabinet backs, 5mm metal shelf pins, attention to detail with good design and form and function.

This soon to be black painted floating vanity with 48″ custom made stainless steel trough sink will be the coup de gras in the master ensuite, how cool is that?