We custom design, build and install all of our cabinets to suit your layouts focusing on high-end products with a unique style, handcrafted with pride in the USA. Throughout our process, Walker Woodworking uses only the finest materials and techniques.
Cabinet boxes are constructed of 3/4” maple plywood manufactured by Columbia Forest Products in Marion, NC.
Cabinet frames are made using solid lumber milled to the desired dimension and constructed in our shop.
We manufacture all of our doors and drawer fronts in-house and they are constructed with a mortise and tenon miter joint.
All drawer boxes are made of 5/8” thick solid maple lumber and dovetailed on all four corners. These are constructed in our shop.
We mill all our moldings in-house and have a large selection of crown and decorative moldings in stock. If you prefer something that is not in our profile library, we can have the knives made or purchase the molding elsewhere.
We offer two unique build methods: frameless and inset. Each has its own unique specifications; therefore, each has its own price points to reflect that style.
All shelves in upper and base cabinets are fully adjustable and are made of the same ¾” maple plywood that the cabinets are made of. During your meetings with our designer, you can specify how many shelves you will want in each cabinet. As a standard, all base cabinets are priced with shelves.
As complementary items, we provide one utensil divider and one silverware divider planned into any kitchen project. We are glad to make you as many as you need for an additional charge.
Our drawer slides and hinges are manufactured by Blum and are made in Stanley, NC. The slides are full extension, soft closing, and have a 75lb. rating. Heavier duty slides can be used upon request, at an additional cost. Our hinges are also soft closing.
We have a large selection of hardware in our showroom for you to select from.
As a standard, all of our cabinets are built with applied end panels on any fully exposed side. These are made to match whatever door style and color you choose for that particular cabinet.