Shinnoki pre-finished wood veneer
This kitchen is being designed using Shinnoki pre-finished wood veneer. Shinnoki costs less than traditional wood veneer because it comes already finished. When this kitchen is complete we will post actual images.Read More
This kitchen is about to get a lot more efficient with a new design and custom TFL cabinets. TFL stands for thermofused laminate and has become very popular for cabinet doors due to the incredible wood tones, texture and low price point. Notice the dimension view that shows cabinet sizes in detail.Read More
Silicon Valley ADU
This beautiful Silicon Valley ADU uses thermofused laminate (TFL) for the cabinet door and drawer fronts. TFL is similar to traditional laminate but with more texture and literally heat fused onto the surface of the substrate. The price and durability can’t be beat and it’s nearly impossible to tell it from wood.Read More
Cleaf Noce Daniella TFL goes to the beach!
Homeowner-designed Modern thermofused laminates (TFL) can give stunning results. This Aptos kitchen uses Cleaf Noce Daniella TFL for a rich, wood tone with a subtle texture. TFL is a form of melamine that is baked onto the substrate and put under high pressure with textured plates. It’s nearly impossible to tell it isn’t wood yet…Read More
This house has some very nice design features, beginning with a diagonal floor orientation that points right to… the cabinets! And what cool cabinets they are! Wilsonart Lujo White Cypress, uppers and Phantom Charcoal for the base cabinets. These cabinets are waiting on countertops and appliances but, in the meantime… beautiful!Read More
A Santa Cruz Mountain kitchen!
This kitchen was the result of good design and material choices and Silicon Valley Cabinets! The shaker-style, painted doors give a traditional feel, with quartz counter tops for excellent form and function. Thanks to the homeowner for sharing these photos.Read More
Kitchen at the beach!
This kitchen is designed to take advantage of windows that look out over the Monterey Bay. The home is tiny so good storage is essential. Check back soon – we hope to share photos of the real thing once it’s installed.Read More
Santa Cruz Kitchen
Walnut with Corian tops
This beautiful kitchen was designed by the homeowner using materials not found in our design tool. This is not uncommon – the design tool is a great starting place for fast, easy, affordable jobs but sometimes you want go go big. In this case, the client chose walnut veneer with solid-surface surround countertops, a beautiful,…Read More
Emily Henderson explains – what to do with that awkward space above your cabinets?
Style by Emily Henderson has some fun ideas about what you can do with the space above your upper cabinets. One thing we do not recommend: taking your uppers all the way to the ceiling. One problem that can occur: if the ceiling is not perfect, cabinet doors can actually rub on the ceiling. A…Read More