Detering carries a wide range of high quality cabinetry lines including thoughtfully configured cabinet styles and custom cabinets. From classic to contemporary designs – and everything in between – there are a variety of cabinet styles to choose from. You’re also able to choose what material you prefer, including alder, birch, cherry, maple, oak and many others. Continue to customize your cabinetry with a stained, painted and/or glazed finish.
We are excited to work with you to select the best cabinet for your home. Our experts will guide you through the customization levels, door profiles, materials and finishes to meet your needs, no matter the project. Envisioning a custom cabinet design for your space? Our custom manufacturing shop in Houston can create one-of-a-kind custom cabinets for home or business.
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Bellmont Cabinet Co.
Bellmont Cabinet Co. is a family-owned cabinet manufacturer, located in Sumner, Washington, dedicated to product innovation, functionality, and timeless & trend setting styles. Our three decade journey has taken us from very humble beginnings to being recognized as one of the finest cabinet manufacturers in the United States.
For more than 20 years, Cabico has been producing cabinetry that is made with exceptional quality and completely custom design. Working closely with you and your designer, Cabico gives you total design freedom and can complete your project within six weeks. In addition to kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, Cabico is able to produce storage for mudrooms, built-in entertainment centers and more. To learn more, visit cabico.com.
We bear something in mind when we reclaim the sources of our livelihood: we hope to still be useful when we’re old. And look really, really good. Working with wood is what we do! We take great care in making sure all the details are always taken seriously and our products show that love.
Walk through our factory in High Point, North Carolina, and you’ll come across scores of these iron-wheeled handcarts. Our cabinetmakers use them to move wood panels from area to area. They are the hardest working things you’ll ever see, and they never quit. We bought most of them in the 1930s.