Our Cabinet Suppliers & Product Lines
Kitchen Cabinets for all lifestyles
Plato Woodwork - Since 1893 Plato Woodwork has earned its reputation as one of America's preeminent fine custom cabinetry manufacturers. In a world where details make the masterpiece, Plato has proven to be the master of detail for every room in your home-whether it's for a kitchen, a home office, a bathroom, a bedroom, the laundry room, or a closet.
Millbrook Custom Cabinetry
- Upstate New York's largest kitchen and bath cabinet manufacturer. A family business established in 1959, it continues today to bring style and innovation, creating fine furniture quality cabinetry for all the rooms of your home. We feature traditional craftsmanship, contemporary styling, Shaker simplicity and everything else in between.
Kitchens M.R.S. - Has been regarded as a leading manufacturer of kitchen and bathroom cabinetry since 1967. Already at that time, our built to order face-frame cabinets were considered the best alternative to the kitchen sets made on location by contractors. Since 1986, our production has focused on frameless European style cabinets. From that time on, Kitchens M.R.S. inc. has never stopped improving the quality of its products.
Jim Bishop Cabinets - There are lots of cabinet companies out there. But when you choose Jim Bishop Cabinets, you get our family’s long-standing commitment to serving you like no other manufacturer can or will. With Bishop you get more than beautiful cabinets at a great price. You get the extra effort that comes when the family still runs the family business.
Hafele - A highly-regarded partner in architecture, woodworking and property development. Häfele's comprehensive hardware technology supply solutions include: furniture fittings, architectural hardware and Dialock, an electronic locking system.
Candlelight Cabinetry - Candlelight offers a wide variety of doors to match your decor. As you peruse through our doors, you can click on many doors to see a more detailed higher resolution image. At Candlelight, we prefer deliberate care to random selection. That's the reason we hand select the woods used in our cabinetry. Desired aesthetics determine the selection process. For example, for a clean, refined look, we select woods with only minimum tolerance of character marks: knots, mineral deposits, etc. However, for a more rustic look, woods with attractive character are carefully chosen.