Cabinet Resources

Thank you for your interest in working with MTKC, we couldn’t be more happy. We are very grateful to have an overwhelming amount of support from our customer base.  To make the most out of your time, we have standardized a simple procedure for you to follow, that way we can turn around a quotation to you as quickly as possible. Getting Started: Take measurements of your space and put...
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Floating vanity cabinet from Sollera, designed by MTKC.
Here’s a touch of modern with a floating vanity from Sollera Cabinets.  Our customer (name kept private, let’s call him Lance) Lance wanted something decently sleek looking to go with the beautiful tile color scheme in the shower, and this espresso colored, Hartford (shaker door) maple cabinet seems to do the job. The cabinets are essentially just shorter base cabinets with full height doors, and we voided the toe kick...
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Painted inset cabinets from Plato Woodwork, by MTKC.
White painted cabinets are in, there’s no doubt about that.  Just open any magazine, or look on Houzz.com and I’m sure you’ll find plenty of photos to support that statement.  The inset construction though, to me it adds another layer of sophistication that is uncommon with the average price point vendors. Traditional American cabinets are made with a face frame, and many of the old school furniture makers used to...
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Natural walnut kitchen cabinets from Sollera, designed by MTKC.
Late in 2011, Sollera added walnut as part of their product offerings, and it has been very well received.  Walnut can be very versatile for designs.  Back when we had a showroom, we would receive many compliments on our walnut two tone display.  Walnut on its own though, has its own elegance, and here we did a kitchen in a simple, natural walnut finish across the board. Folks who like...
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For planning, it is handy to start with a basic floor plan. This video will show you how to take basic measurements, and put it on a floor plan that you can take to your designer, contractor, and vendors. For related content, please see our posts on Typical Work Flow Procedure
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