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10 Best Seattle Cabinet Builders

  • 11155 120th Ave NE, Kirkland
    Sara Eizen - If you're looking for an organized garage this is the company to make it happen.
    Kirby Winfield - Took our standard mess of a garage and turned it into a slick surfaced, well organized, beautiful space. And no matter how hard we try to ruin it, it has stayed pretty great looking for 3 years now. Brian is a pro and we highly recommend.
  • 2462 1st Ave S, Seattle • Industrial District
    Troy Dennis - We just started working with Pius Kitchen & Bath. They came highly recommended to us by our builder/investor friend and they are giving us great pricing on cabinets and engineered quartz for our rental properties. Much better service and pricing than Lowes or HD.
  • 7211 132nd Pl SE, Newcastle
    Ben Shorr - We remodeled our kitchen and added a dining room about 10 years ago. We went with Acorn Cabinets after getting quotes from several local cabinet shops. We worked with our architect (Terry Mulholland - an incredible architect) to design the cabinets and shelves which were built to our specification. It was nice to be able to visit their showroom and manufacturing. We had them installed by our contractor and painted by a professional as part of the overall remodel.
  • 19717 62nd Ave S Unit E-103, Kent
    Sara Eizen - I've done several projects with Huntwood - great quality and great pricing. Locally made in Washington too!
  • 1110 NW 45th St, Seattle
    Omar Shahine - They did all the work in our kitchen and then a lot of follow-up work.
  • 7120 S 180th St, Tukwila
    Robert Crimmins - Super quality. Lifetime warranty, which include coming out to adjust the hinges/rails anytime necessary. We've had them out twice to make adjustments and they did an amazing job.
  • 13622 NE 20th St Ste C, Bellevue
    Erin McDonald - We had a great experience with Wholewood. Yao brought the company from Texas so it is new, in Bellevue and had the fastest turn around AND cheapest quote!! We got white shaker and didn't attempt to paint. We did the demo, they came and measured, they ordered and built the cabinets then we picked up and installed ourselves. Was a very smooth process and Yao was helpful with what would look good and what wouldn't.
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  • 22021 W Bostian Rd, Woodinville
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  • 12337 Lake City Way NE, Seattle • Lake City
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Meredith Fife
about 1 month ago • Auburn
Hi Everyone, We are starting to think about a kitchen remodel and I was wondering if anyone has installed Semi-Handmade kitchen cabinets? If so, wh...
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29 days ago
Susan Stocker I hired Zeke Vicenio from ES General Contractor - they specialist in custom kitchen cabinets. He does beautiful work -- he did the cabinets for under my stairs and, because my house is a hundred years old and not perfectly even, it was a challenge. They turned out gorgeous! 425-559-1072.
Erin McDonald Wholewood Seattle Cabinetry
13622 NE 20th St Ste C, Bellevue, WA 98005
(425) 747-4085
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Unsure what semi-hadmade means but we had a great experience with Wholewood. Yao brought the company from Texas so it is new, in Bellevue and had the fastest turn around AND cheapest quote!! We got white shaker and didn't attempt to paint. We did the demo, they came and measured, they ordered and built the cabinets then we picked up and installed ourselves. Was a very smooth process and Yao was helpful with what would look good and what wouldn't.
Ben Shorr We remodeled our kitchen and added a dining room about 10 years ago. We went with Acorn Cabinets (in Newcastle - south of Bellevue) after getting quotes from several local cabinet shops. We worked with our architect (Terry Mulholland - an incredible architect) to design the cabinets and shelves which were built to our specification. It was nice to be able to visit their showroom and manufacturing. You can see the cabinets here: mulholland-design.com/raven...
We had them installed by our contractor and painted by a professional as part of the overall remodel. I consider myself moderately handy, but I wouldn't want my first cabinet install project to be my kitchen. Painting them yourself is a viable option. Good luck!
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