By selecting Kountry Kraft’s custom stained cabinets, we match your cabinets to any color you desire. Creating your dream design goes beyond your cabinets, custom stained cabinets help create harmony in your home, so all the aspects of the room blend cohesively together.
Custom Stain Matching
Our custom stain options create cabinets as special as you. Many of our customers have an old piece of furniture that inspires the design of their cabinetry as well as the color of their cabinetry. Our custom stain matching makes it possible to match the color of any piece of furniture you bring to us.
Painted vs. Stained Kitchen Cabinets
Our world of cabinet colors doesn’t stop at stain colors, we have hundreds of paint colors and custom paint colors for you to choose from as well. What is the difference between painted vs. stained cabinets? Staining your cabinets gives the natural wood a slight shade difference and painting your cabinets usually covers the entire natural color of the wood species. You can choose to have your wood grain show with a painted finish, but most paints cover the natural wood grains.
Clearfield Horizontal Grain Cabinet Doors Finished in an English Walnut 25° Stain.
Savannah PP Hybrid Cabinet Doors Painted in Winter White 25° / Gauntlet Gray 25°
Whether you choose custom stained cabinets or custom painted cabinets, all our finishing is done by hand. Each employee is an expert on every finish application that we offer.
Browse through our Finishes Page to see all the finish options we offer for your custom cabinetry. View our recently completed kitchen and bath projects on our Houzz Page.
Custom Kitchen Cabinetry Designers
Custom kitchen cabinetry designers can provide the perfect design solution to any kitchen. Whether you are looking for a basic cabinet design or a unique cabinet design, Kountry Kraft can handcraft cabinetry to fit your lifestyle. We have many custom cabinetry designers for not only your kitchen, but any room of your home.
Kountry Kraft offers a wide variety of cabinets in various colors, finishes, and cuts for unique designs and styles that you will love. The cabinetry for your kitchen is usually the hardest decision, especially if you are overwhelmed by all the different options. Not only does Kountry Kraft offer different styles of cabinetry, but also different storage options. We know the latest trends of storage and can create life changing storage solutions for your kitchen as well as any other room in your home.
Incorporating custom cabinetry into your home not only leads to a beautiful design, but makes the daily operations in your kitchen easier. Your cabinetry should compliment you, and that includes your daily routine. Is cereal your go-to breakfast? Create a custom cereal cabinet so you and your family have easy access to your breakfast items! Because of all the different variations of color, grain and accessories, every cabinet piece is unique with its own characteristics.
Your kitchen is the most important room of the home, which is why your cabinets need to be just as stylish as they are functional. We provide our customers with all the resources needed as well as custom kitchen cabinetry designers to create the perfect cabinets in your home. Visit our Houzz page to see our recently completed designs! Browse through our inspirations page to see more designs our designers have created!
We all have that random pile of books in our kitchen, and constantly looking at kitchen bookshelf ideas for different ways to organize them. Kountry Kraft has crafted many different types of bookshelves for kitchens, whether they are open shelves or behind frosted doors; we’ve seen them all! A kitchen bookshelf can add the perfect hint of color that your kitchen needs, no need to spend money on expensive decorations when you can use your collection of cookbooks you have laying around your house.
Kitchen Bookshelf Ideas
Bookshelves are very versatile when it comes to incorporating them into your kitchen cabinetry. Designing open shelves at the end of your island is a perfect way to take advantage of unused, awkward space. Open shelving adds character to a kitchen because not only does it provide a bookshelf area, but also an area to show off knick-knacks or collectables. The shelving can also be incorporated into the cabinetry area of your kitchen. If you have collectables or important family cookbooks that you don’t want to be accessible to children, putting them at a higher point may be the choice for you!
There is a variety of kitchen bookshelf ideas to incorporate into your kitchen. Even if you don’t have a random pile of books, a kitchen bookshelf can hold anything! Some people are inspired by the way people display their kitchen items, and a kitchen bookshelf is such a unique and tidy way to do so. Bookshelves can also be accompanied by baskets or storage bins. A plain white kitchen is sometimes too “simple” and a bookshelf is the perfect way to add more personality to your space. View the below kitchen bookshelf ideas we have created for our customers.
Kountry Kraft offers endless storage solutions, visit our Houzz page to view our recently completed designs. Check out our storage & organization page for all accessories you can incorporate into your cabinetry.
Trout Design Studio is a full-service interior design studio that focuses particularly on high end designs. The team at Trout Design Studio works on both residential and commercial properties, specializing in the finest quality and uniquely designed spaces. The designers pay special attention to the smallest details in a room, making sure to compliment every inch of space. We have the honor to work with such passionate design studios, like Trout, and we are inspired everyday with the designs they create.
Designed by Michael Beidler of Trout Design Studio, Photography by Williams Beidler
Michael Beidler of Trout Design Studio designed custom transitional cabinetry for a kitchen design in Washington, D.C. The transitional kitchen space is open to the family room, making the kitchen feel bigger than its proposed size. The cabinets are made of hard maple wood, crafted into an inset/no bead style. The cabinets were finished with a paint match to WM-100421 35°. Although this kitchen isn’t very large in size, the custom cabinets by Kountry Kraft bring storage and functionality into the space.
Designed by Michael Beidler of Trout Design Studio, Photography by Williams Beidler
This transitional bathroom includes custom crafted transitional cabinets, also designed by Michael Beidler of Trout Design Studio. This bathroom is located in the same residence as the kitchen you see above. Beidler wanted to continue the transitional theme throughout the whole house, creating a cohesive and personalized style. The cabinets in this bathroom are made of hard maple crafted with an inset/no bead style. The finish on the cabinetry is a paint color match to JM-98525 35°.
Visit Trout’s Houzz Page to view some of their recently completed bathroom and kitchen projects. Want to see more transitional cabinet styles? Visit our planning center to see our hundreds of cabinetry styles and color combinations!
Kitchen cabinet styles and trends are constantly changing; however, your cabinets will always reflect your own personal taste. No matter what the current trend is, your cabinets are going to be made to match your own aesthetic. Cabinets play a huge role in your kitchen’s appearance and functionality and Kounrty Kraft’s goal is to create a home environment that is the perfect fit for you.
Kitchen Cabinet Styles
Kountry Kraft custom wood cabinetry offers hundreds of combinations of cabinet door styles and finishes. Choose from traditional, transitional or contemporary styled doors to fit your current theme or make your cabinetry a statement piece. Each of our door styles can be matched with any of our wood species along with any of our finishes – paint, glaze or stain.
Amesbury Door Style Made Prestige Door Style Made CRP10 MMT Hybrid Door style
of Quarter Sawn White Oak of Hard Maple Finished in Made of Hard Maple Finished
Finished with Silver Fox a Wheat Color. with Sherwin Williams Jasper Stone.
With Black Glaze & Weather Grain.
Kitchen Designers Know Kitchen Trends
Creating your dream kitchen is easier with a Kountry Kraft Designer. Because there are so many different options to choose from, it is sometimes difficult to choose the right cabinets. We have many talented kitchen designers here at Kountry Kraft who can help you with that decision. If you would like help with your entire kitchen layout, they can guide you through the entire process and assist you with stressful design decisions. Your dream for a more beautiful, comfortable home will become a reality when your surroundings accommodate your lifestyle.
CRP 10 Door Style Made of Cherry 3 Piece Door Style Finished in CRP10 Door Style Made of
Wood Finished with Tavern Barn Oak LN27. Quarter Sawn White Oak Wood
Green Stain With Van Dyke With a Natural Finish.
A true must have of a 1920’s kitchen was the hoosier cabinet. The idea built behind this popular cabinet was that a worker is only as efficient as her workplace. This cabinet was so much more than just a storage cabinet, it included storage, appliances and much more!
What Does “Hoosier” Mean?
The word Hoosier has been tied to the state of Indiana for over 150 years. There are several theories about its origin, one of them involves people yelling “who’s there?” across the river and the other is of a man who lost his ear in a bar fight and someone unfortunately picked it up and asked, “whos ear?” Both circumstances sound similar to the term “Hoosier”.
So, what does the term have to do with the Hoosier cabinet? The cabinet got its name because most of them were made in Indiana. The first Hoosier cabinets appeared in 1898, created by a furniture company called Sellers, in New Castle, Indiana. Popularity of the cabinet grew up until the late 1940’s when the records for the cabinets became scarce.
What Is in a Hoosier Cabinet?
You may be thinking that this was just an average cupboard, but back in the 1920’s, this was much more. This cabinet had storage for staples like flour, sugar and spices as well as workable parts like flour sifters, meat grinders, spice carousels, grocery list wheel, nutritional charts and cookbook holders. The Hoosier cabinet was made to speed up meal delivery by having everything you need in one place.
Photo credit, Rob Karosis
This modern Hoosier cabinet was designed by PKsurroundings. The modern storage cabinet includes shelves for organizing jars, spices and staple products. There is also a built-in prep sink that includes a garbage disposal. Outlets are incorporated on the walls for small appliances like a blender or electric mixer. The cabinet area provides a sense of separation from the rest of the kitchen, allowing multiple chefs to be cooking and prepping at the same time! Even though the storage space is beautiful to look at, it is all hidden behind custom sliding cabinet doors by Kountry Kraft.
Mixing kitchen cabinet styles and finishes is common in today’s home. Many people are hesitant when it comes to redoing their cabinetry because of it not matching the rest of the house. Many believe that if they redo their cabinets in one room, they must redo them everywhere. This isn’t necessarily true. A house has one style; however, every room can uniquely reflect that style. Different colored cabinetry is common throughout a house, primarily because each room is going to have its own color scheme. Cabinetry doesn’t always have to match; there are many ways to meld different colors and styles together.
Most homes have a consistent trim system for door and window case molding, baseboard and other accessory trim but that doesn’t require all cabinets to be the same manufacturer and style. Mixing kitchen cabinet styles and colors is common both throughout the home and in the same room.
The kitchen above has one style of cabinetry made of two different woods and two different finishes. The perimeter cabinets are an inset cabinet style made of hard maple wood and finished with a simple white paint. The island cabinetry is an inset cabinet style as well but made of walnut wood with a natural 25-degree finish. Both of these cabinet finishes blend perfectly with the floor color and overall color scheme of the kitchen.
Check out what professionals on Houzz have to say different cabinet colors. You can also view an article by HGTV on mixing cabinet styles and finishes. Visit our paint colors page to see what colors you can combine in your kitchen!
Many people struggle with choosing a kitchen color scheme, mostly because so much goes into planning a kitchen remodel. You must think about cabinetry, floor color, countertops and appliances when choosing your kitchen color scheme.
When choosing the colors of your kitchen, you should start with any of the main components. Floor color, countertop color, or cabinetry color. Depending on what you are passionate about the most, your color scheme can be based off what you begin with. Some people have a passion for one unique color and that may be the base of their color scheme.
How to Make your Kitchen Match
Choosing your kitchen cabinetry is a great first step. Complement your cabinets with the floor color and use your countertop color as an accent piece (or vice versa). Kountry Kraft offers many unique cabinet colors to choose from – which allows you to bring personality into your kitchen. Deciding your budget is the first step to choosing your cabinetry, this can be used as a guide to selecting your style. White cabinetry pairs well with dark wood floors and an accented countertop. Natural wood cabinetry pair well with neutral colored countertops and an accented backsplash.
Once you choose your cabinetry color, you can move onto your floor color. Hardwood flooring is a great choice for your kitchen space because it is warm on bare feet, absorbs sound and kinder to a long-standing chef. You may choose from light, medium or dark wood for your flooring. Once you choose your floor color, it is time for your countertops. You can get very artsy when it comes to countertops. Countertops vary in color, pattern and style making it sometimes difficult to match with your existing cabinetry and flooring. Whether you choose granite, tile, wood, etc., your countertop will become a signature piece in your kitchen – maybe even the focal point.
Kitchen Color Scheme
This colorful kitchen by Stonington features navy blue cabinetry complimented by a light wood floor and marble countertops. All three components complete the color scheme of this kitchen. Incorporating a unique backsplash along with floating shelves to create a symmetrical look on the back wall.
White cabinetry with dark wood accents create the color scheme in this kitchen. The grey subway and paint balance the white and dark wood to complete the look of the kitchen.
As a cabinet manufacturer, we enjoy sharing designs by our talented clients. Evalia Designs, LLC is in our designers spotlight this month. Founded by a young woman, April Spagnolo, this full-service design firm’s goal is to turn your vision into a reality.
April Spagnolo, founder of Evalia Designs, is a Certified Kitchen Designer with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design. She has studied at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, La Roche College and The American University of Rome. Spagnolo has over 10 years of experience working on both remodeling and new construction residential projects, custom cabinetry and specific commercial spaces. April grew up watching her grandfather work in the construction industry. She was inspired by the way his eyes lit up with excitement when he talked about the process of completing his jobs.
Evalia Designs, LLC has incorporates Kountry Kraft Cabinetry into many of their designs. From the kitchen and beyond, our custom cabinetry can fit into any room or your home.
A quote from the Evalia Designs: “The client wanted a more open floor plan, her own personal office space that could be closed off when entertaining, two islands, and a Butler’s pantry. By removing the wall between the family room and existing kitchen we were able to create an open floor plan and help them achieve their dream kitchen design requests.”
A quote from Evalia Designs: “The client wanted a social kitchen, temperature controlled wine room, seating groups, fireplaces, game areas, a secret door to access the storage room and a full bath in their new basement space. By reworking the existing space, using built-in custom cabinetry, and unique finishes we were able to achieve their dream basement remodel.”
Some cabinet manufacturers do not have the right answers when it comes to telling you the best way to clean wood kitchen cabinets. Kitchens are the most popular room in the house, and we all know what that means – they get messy fast. Whether you are dealing with fingerprints, nooks and crannies or greasy spots, we have the answers for you. Below you will find recommended cleaning products for kitchen wood cabinets!
Method Cleaning Products
There are many ammonia-free products on the market today, but they may not all get the job done. Method is the type of cleaning product you don’t need to hide under the sink. This product is ammonia-free, pet-friendly and earth-friendly. They offer many diverse products and you can use a variety of them to clean your kitchen cabinets. Its starts as simple as dish soap and water – use this combination to clean the grease spots, finger prints and scuffs off your cabinetry. Use a tooth brush with some dish soap to scrub at the nooks and crannies of your cabinetry. Method all-purpose cleaner as well as Method Daily Kitchen products are the perfect solution to wiping down the dirt and grease off your cabinets. Don’t clean your cabinets with dirty chemicals, clean them with natural, fresh products.
The Best Glass Cleaner
People think natural cleaning products are expensive but there are affordable, ammonia-free cleaning products available. This glass cleaner is an ammonia-free, foaming cleaner that you can use on windows, mirrors and other glass and plastic surfaces. The best glass cleaner can be purchased for less than $3.00 a can from local shopping centers like Target or Walmart. You can wipe down your metal hardware and chrome hardware with this glass cleaner as well. Leave your kitchen streak free and shining with this ammonia-free glass cleaner!
Cleaning with White Vinegar
Not only do we recommend natural cleaning products, but also inexpensive cleaning products. White Vinegar mixed with water can be a natural substitute for an all-purpose kitchen cleaner. Use this mixture to clean scuffs, grease marks or fingerprints off your cabinets – safe and affordable!
Families with children as well as homeowners who have guests over often know what it is like cleaning up after a crowd. Knowing the best way to clean wood kitchen cabinets will keep your space safe and clean. Keep up with our latest news and events by liking us on Facebook and keep up with our latest designs on our Houzz page.