Custom-made Cabinetry: Functional & Attractive Solutions
Custom-made. It’s a hot, off-the-press phrase trending in our world today. Most people are tired of one-size fits all, cookie-cutter solutions. In response, many businesses are trying to get on the bandwagon by offering a custom-made this and that. But for those of us who specialise in custom-made services, in our case custom-made cabinetry, the phrase isn’t merely a fad, it’s a matter of passion and pride.
Custom-made Cabinetry: Made to Order
Custom-made means “made to individual order” or “made to meet the specifications or needs of the buyer”. And that’s our goal. Through our collaborative process, we aim to create a tailor-made solution for you that not only meets your needs but also fulfils your expectations. Whether it’s your kitchen or bathroom or laundry, or your bedroom wardrobes or study room, or your entertainment area, we settle for no less than transforming your “space” into a functional and an aesthetically pleasing solution. For us, “made to order” means something. Attention to detail is a way of life. We notice every 0.5 of a millimetre. Literally.
I recently watched an episode of Tiny House Australia, which is Australia’s response to the global movement where people ‘go tiny’, trading in space for simplicity. I was fairly impressed watching the two Tiny Homes featured in the episode. Every little space is thought through in minute detail; every inch is custom-built to meet the client’s wishes. The final results were impressive. Highly functional. And quaint.
Something you may try for a weekend away, but as a way of life?
It’s a novel idea, but I’m not sure how long before a fad like that gets old. Or more to the point, too cramped. Too restrictive. After you’ve bumped your head against the ceiling for the umpteenth time (a ceiling that happens to double as a clothes rack, by the way), you may just be ready to trade back some space for some of that so-called simplicity.
A recent news article asked, “Could a custom-made Tiny House be your affordable new home?”
My head was not nodding in response.
While going tiny may be on the wish-list of some folk, for most, I don’t think it’s necessary to trade space for simplicity. With a little bit of custom-planning, our “spaces” can be re-designed to achieve the simplicity we seek—a simplicity that is both a functional and an attractive solution. And you don’t have to bump your head against anything to enjoy it.
If you’re looking for custom-made cabinetry, get in touch. We’re happy to answer your questions and talk through your options. We will find a solution for you that’s both functional and pleasing on the eye.