February 17th, 2016 | Kitchens
One of the things that makes Divine Design & Build different is the unique, exemplary manufacturers and vendors we work with. Most of our brands are high-end, European companies, and we select every vendor we work with only after ensuring they offer beautiful, quality design that will withstand both your taste and your needs for decades to come. So, we wanted to highlight some of the wonderful manufacturers we work with to provide a little more insight into what makes them so great, and why you might consider their products for your home.
If you come into our showroom looking for the best hardwood cabinetry money can buy, chances are good that one of the first lines we’ll show you is Hampshire Cabinetry. The family-owned company–which began as a construction business in the early 1950s and began manufacturing cabinets when they couldn’t find products that met their standards–is known for producing some of the most beautiful, high-quality custom cabinets in the industry.
What makes Hampshire Cabinetry top of the line? For one, the company has a commitment to the art of truly custom kitchen design. They can make nearly any idea or plan, no matter how unique or original, a reality, and they do so with the greatest attention to detail and highest-quality materials.
Besides the level of customization Hampshire offers, you’ll also find a wide variety of hardwood options that make it easy to get the look you want for a price that’s in your budget. Among the wood species offered: Red oak, knotty Alder, common Walnut, Mahogany, Hickory, and Maple. If you prefer a simpler cabinet and don’t want to get too intricate with your customizations, the company also offers more standard cabinet options designed to suit a range of aesthetics. While Hampshire originally focused on traditional, frame-front cabinetry, for examples, they began offering more modern, frameless cabinet fronts to meet the increasing demand for a sleek, contemporary look in 2007.
Want to learn more about our custom cabinetry offerings? Stop by our Wellesley, Mass. kitchen and bath showroom, or contact us to get started on a project.