Our CabinetsWe pride ourselves on the quality of construction and materials used to build our cabinets.
Brian O’Connor spent more than two decades building custom cabinets in his one-man shop in Wolverine, Michigan. From hand-selecting each piece of wood to be used in a project, to cutting the panels, making the dovetail or TIG joints, painstakingly assembling each piece, and then applying finishing coats to the client’s specifications, Brian did it all. It’s no wonder customers waited 6 months or longer for their cabinets – when you’re working solo, perfection takes time.
Now, this same level of quality and craftsmanship is available to you, thanks to our partnership with a small, Amish family-run cabinet shop in Southern Indiana. We encourage you to spend some time viewing the photos and videos in this section, so that you can appreciate all that goes into making your cabinets. We can assure you the only time we cut corners is when you request a beveled edge.
While we always keep our cabinet construction set to a specific standard, we have options to make them work for you and your space.
You can view our finish options by clicking the button below. These are meant to give examples, we can also match existing finishes, or work with you to develop something unique.
Click the button below to view a gallery of some of our door styles.
View our various drawer front options by clicking the button below. These are just examples of what we can do, if you have existing drawers to match, or a modified style in mind contact one of our designers.
Are cabinets come with several styles of fully adjustable hinges and slides. Click the button below if you would like to see how to adjust your cabinetry.
Wolverine Cabinet Company warrants its cabinetry and related products to the original consumer to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal residential use for the lifetime of the purchaser. Download our warranty and care guide below.
Additional information on cabinets.
Q. How do I begin to shop for cabinets? A. Our website is a good start! Learning about cabinets, countertops and accessories will make your decisions easier. It’s important to be actively involved in the details of planning of your kitchen. Leaving all the decisions...
Back Panel A matching wood panel that is applied to the back of an island or peninsula. Bottom Cap Decorative wood molding that runs around the bottom edge of the upper cabinets. Bump Up When a cabinet is higher than the cabinet adjacent to it. Bump Out ...
2CM Refers to granite thickness of 3/4″. 3CM Refers to granite thickness of 1-1/4″. Backsplash The wall behind counter areas. Cultured Stone Generic term for man-made stone-like products. Edge Work The style of the front edge of a countertop. Square,...
270 Degree Hinge This refers to a hinge that allows the door a full movement of 270 degrees, which allows it to open all the way to the outside side of the cabinet wall. Ball Tip An exposed tip of the pin of a butt hinge that is shaped like a ball. Barrel The...
Accessories Supplemental parts of the cabinet referred to as “bells and whistles”. Any non-essential component such as roll-outs, pull-outs, lazy-susans and organizers. Angled Corner A cabinet designed to fit on an end of an upper or lower cabinet creating a fixed...
Maintaining and Cleaning Butcher Block Surfaces
If you are planning to install wood kitchen surfaces but don’t know how to care for butcher block counter tops, look no further! Wood counter tops are a no brainer for many of us but it takes the right amount of dedication to keep those wood surfaces clean over...
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