The Premier Series

The Premier Series is perfect for your customers seeking something special. With the highest quality materials and finest attention to detail, our wide selection of Premier Series doors offers distinctive touches and superb craftsmanship.

Full overlay doors

Soft close hinges & slides

5/8" solid wood dovetail drawers

High grade finish

  1. Lenox Mocha
  2. Lenox Canvas
  3. Shaker Cognac
  4. Lenox Country Linen
  5. Shaker Designer White
  6. Tahoe Café

The Select Series

Ideal for cost-conscious customers

The Select Series features solid wood doors and soft close drawer slides.

  1. Marcus Espresso
  2. Alex Brandywine
  3. Alex Java

The Value Series

The Value Series is our most budget-friendly line. Featuring full overlay doors and standard 6-way adjustable door hinges.

  • Standard 6-way adjustable door hinges
  • Full overlay doors
  • Particle board cabinet box

Taylor White

Taylor Cream


Taylor Mocha


  1. Solid wood door frames. Depending on the door either doweled and glued or mortise and tenon
  2. 6-way adjustable concealed hinge

  3. 5/8" solid birch dovetail drawer with under mount soft close sides
  4. Inside drawer height is 2½"
  5. 3/4" x 1-1/2" solid wood face frame
  6. Back panel is 5 piece picture frame ¾" thick
  7. 1/2" select birch veneered plywood side panels dovetailed into face frame
  8. The shelves are ¾"
  9. 3/4" x 4-1/2" solid wood toe kick finished to match
  10. Wood corner blocks added for additional support

Need Samples?

• Single door samples

Samples can be sent for deposit of 30 Dollars to be paid through PayPal

 How to measure your kitchen: 

The first step in planning for new kitchen cabinets is taking measurements to see what space you have. All you need for this task is a tape measure, a pencil, some scratch paper or this planning grid (link) that we provide for free. Taking accurate measurements is very important to getting the exact size cabinets you will need for a successful kitchen remodel.

Step 1: What to measure first?

You want the overall length of the wall, and write it down. If your using the grid we supplied draw a line and mark the length of the wall. Always start measuring you walls from an adjoining corner if possible. Measure from wall edge to wall edge, getting the total space, ignoring appliances, fixtures and windows for the moment.

Step 2: Measure the Windows and Appliances

If there is a window you will be centering the sink on, measure from the wall edge to the casing of that window and note that on your grid. Then measure the window from casing edge to casing edge, marking that and then take the measurement of the remainder of the wall. Measure and mark any other windows in the kitchen. Any appliances or fixture that will not / cannot be moved, like a gas stove, an existing kitchen island, should be marked on the layout as well.

Take careful measurements, if not accurate the cabinets you get may not fit correctly.

 Step 3: Mark the fixtures.

If you have a sink that is centered on a window, start with that wall.  Clearly mark where all electrical, plumbing and vents currently are, they can all be moved to fit your remodeled layout during the construction phase.

Step 4: Measure the kitchen wall height.

 Take the tape measure to get the distance from the floor to the ceiling at each corner and the middle of each wall and make note of that on the sheet. Knowing this will allow you to choose the proper height you want your wall cabinets to be, based on the countertop clearance and if the cabinets will have any space below the ceiling or go all the way up. These measurements will also let you know if any major settling of the house may have happened. Make note of any soffits, recessed ceilings or any other feature existing in the room that could impact the height of the wall cabinets.

There are 3 basic types of cabinets:

Base cabinets (the lower ones): Standard Base cabinets are 24” deep (out from the wall) and 34-1/2” in height (so with a 1-1/2” counter top the height is 36”) and have a 3” inset for the toe kick at the bottom. Vanity Base cabinets are 21” deep and either 30-1/2” or 34-1/2” tall; so named because they ware often used as bath vanities. These shallower base cabs are useful if you are tight on space or want to make a kitchen island with a smaller foot print.

Wall cabinets (the upper ones): These are 12” deep and can come in heights of 30”, 36” or 42”. The reason for the variants in cabinet height is that ceiling heights vary and some people like to have the upper cabinets go up to the ceiling, others leave space at the tops of the cabinets, or want to install crown moulding. When determining the height of the wall cabinets you will want to make sure there is 18” to 20” of clearance between the countertop and the bottom of the upper cabinets.

Pantry cabinets (the tall ones): Typical pantries come in 84”, 90” or 96” heights and are 24” deep. These units are great for flexible storage because of the volume of goods they can hold and more come with adjustable shelves.

Obviously the widths of cabinets vary greatly from 9” to as wide as 60”, depending of the purpose of the unit. Getting the most accurate measurements allows you to know exactly what combination will perfectly fill the space and efficiently place appliances. (link to effective kitchen layouts)


1. MEASURE: See how to measure at Please email me for measuring work sheet.
You can stop by our show room: we have one in Raleigh,NC and one in Fayetteville,NC. Please email me for an appointment and addresses.
Or you can order free door samples to be shipped to you by mail for 20 dollars deposit.
3. We will create design and send you the design and the quote.
4. You approve the design and the quote. You pay using credit card or check or paypal. You get your kitchen assembled and delivered to your address in 3 business days.


1. Find out the linear feet of your cabinets: Measure the width of each base cabinet and wall cabinet. Add the widths. Include appliances that are embedded in the kitchen design. This will give the linear feet of your cabinets. 
2. Find the line or style of doors that you like from the pictures.
3. Find the price of linear feet of the style that you like from this table

4. Multiply linear feet of your cabinets by  the price of linear feet shown in the table below



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