Throughout over 30 years in designing, manufacturing, and installing custom cabinetry and storage in West Michigan, we know that every project starts at various stages. Some of our customers know exactly what they’re looking for; they have pictures, floor plans, paint swatches, and saved pictures from the internet or clipped from magazines. Others come to us with a only an idea in their mind. Here at Greenville Cabinets we simply love helping everyone create their dream kitchens, bathrooms, or custom storage solutions, no matter where they are at in their design process. This means we want you to come to us as you are and trust that we have the expertise to guide you the rest of the way.
If you haven’t scheduled an appointment with us yet, you can reach out to us HERE. If you’re just looking for more info, that’s great! Here’s a bit more about what you can expect:
2. Next, what are your dreams and goals?
After truly understanding your space, through floor plans or measurements, we’ll discuss key features for your custom cabinet project.
Is your main goal organization? Storage capacity? Are you looking for specific functions like pull out racks, pantries, lazy susans, or custom drawers?
At this stage, we’ll also discuss things like door styles, construction materials, hardware, and finishes. We’ll even talk with you about what type of hinges and drawer glides that will help your cabinetry and storage perform for years to come.
4. The Showroom Appointment
After getting a clear picture of your design, we schedule a meeting for you to come to the showroom in Greenville, MI.
We block off a section of time in our showroom - sometimes up to 4 hours depending on your project - so we can sit down with you and go over ALL the details. We'll work with your to figure out details like the location of rollout trays, organizational devices, the edge profile on the doors, types of hardware, molding and trim pieces, etc.
We'll also discuss final costs, and set production and installation timelines with you. Then, one of our professionals will measure your space again. Although your walls probably haven’t changed since we measured the first time, our experience has told us it’s ALWAYS better to measure twice so we only have to “cut” once.
At this stage, it’s important that we understand your timeline, and even what else might be going on in the space while we’ll be installing your cabinets. We’ll consider things like when new appliances might be being delivered or when you’re hoping to have the space painted, and even if you have a gathering of friends and family coming up.
At Greenville Cabinets, we want every step of your custom cabinetry process to be great, so leave no detail unconfirmed before moving forward.