We understand that cabinetry is one of the most important components of any home remodel.

With so many options to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start. Let’s take a closer look at the differences between custom, semi-custom, and ready-to-assemble (RTA) cabinets, as well as the various finishes that are available.

Custom Cabinets

Custom cabinets are built to your exact specifications and are designed specifically for your space. This means that you have complete control over the size, shape, and style of your cabinets.

Custom cabinets are made with high-quality materials and feature durable dovetailed joints. They also come with soft close drawers and doors for added convenience.

Semi-Custom Cabinets

Semi-custom cabinets are pre-built cabinets that can be modified to fit your space. This means that you have some flexibility in terms of size and style, but not as much as you would with custom cabinets. Semi-custom cabinets are available in a range of finishes, including wood-look and painted options.

Ready-to-Assemble (RTA) Cabinets: RTA cabinets are pre-built cabinets that come in a flat-pack box and are assembled on-site. While they are generally less expensive than custom or semi-custom cabinets, they have come a long way in the way they look and how they perform.

Cabinet Finishes

When it comes to cabinet finishes, there are many options to choose from. Wood-look finishes are a popular choice for their natural beauty, while painted finishes can add a pop of color to your space. Additional finishes, such as laminates and thermofoil, are also great options.

At Family Interiors, we believe that perfect installation is just as important as quality design. Our team of experts is committed to ensuring that your cabinets are installed flawlessly, so that they not only look great but function perfectly as well.

If you’re looking for high-quality cabinets that are designed to last, look no further than Family Interiors. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and to learn more about our custom, semi-custom, and RTA cabinet options.

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