Welcome to Winnipeg's Cabinet Corner
Let us guide you through the process of getting the bathroom and kitchen cabinetry you are looking for. This will give you the ability to choose options and have them sent to a Winnipeg consultant at Cabinet Corner. They will create an initial design and quote for you then contact you to make an appointment to discuss details.
The first thing you would need to consider is what the doors would look like for your kitchen or bathroom.
This includes the material, the style and the colour.
A vinyl wrapped door on an MDF core. Our specialty.
A door of any wood species that can be stained. Can come in solid wood, plywood with veneers or particle board with veneer.
A paper covering on particle board. The same material the cabinets are made of. Comes only in Slab form.
A centre panel that is raised to be flush with the front of the frame of the door. More traditional look.
Typically referred as "shaker" style. It is any door with a centre panel that is flat. Contemporary look. Most popular.
Flat with no centre panel. Can have an edge profiles. Minimalist look.
This is a colour on its own because it is popular and least expensive. Best for thermofoil or melamine material.
This is any colour that is or looks like wood. These have the most options. This includes all types of material.
This includes grey, black, ivory, brown, etc. Best for thermofoil or melamine material.
The next item you may need to decide on what will cover your bathroom or kitchen cabinetry.
Countertops come in a few basic types, laminate, granite, quartz, and cultured (sometimes called engineered).
Finally, you would need the measurements of the kitchen or bathroom needing cabinetry. It is best to measure the total length of each wall in the room, including windows, doorways, ceiling height and any other obstacles that would intefere with the location of cabinetry. It would also be helpful to let us know if the cabinetry you would like would be finished to the ceiling.
Measure the total length of each wall in the room, including windows, doorway, ceiling height and any other obstacles that would interfere with the location of cabinetry.