Peach­wood Cus­tom Cab­i­nets

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Peach­wood Cus­tom Cab­i­nets can help make your kitchen dreams a re­al­ity. For over a quar­ter-cen­tury Peach­wood has pro­vided their clients with more flex­i­bil­ity, more choices, and more value, cre­at­ing com­pre­hen­sive cus­tom styling for ev­ery room in the home.

“As a de­signer and man­u­fac­turer of cab­i­nets and mill­work, we also build home the­atres, bars, li­braries, bath­rooms, and other ar­chi­tec­tural mill­work fea­tures, pro­vid­ing a co­he­sive dé­cor for the en­tire home,” shares owner, Mark Smithies. “Our clients ap­pre­ci­ate the at­ten­tion to de­tail and the fit and fin­ish that ev­ery­thing cus­tom pro­vides.”

This home­owner of Wolf Wil­low Ridge in Ed­mon­ton wanted a bright and func­tional de­sign. Fea­tur­ing Win­ter White Shaker cab­i­nets, its sprayed au­to­mo­tive paint fin­ish of­fers a hard­ness and depth ver­sus stan­dard pig­mented lac­quers. “Over the years I have had the op­por­tu­nity to dis­cern the ad­van­tages of dif­fer­ent fin­ishes—which stands the test of time and what ul­ti­mately pro­vides the best qual­ity,” notes Smithies. “What is cur­rently trend­ing is less glossy and more matte fin­ishes with straight-grained and se­quenced, book-matched ve­neers surg­ing in pop­u­lar­ity.”

BLUM, full ex­ten­sion, soft-close draw­ers and pull out re­cy­cling cen­tres add func­tion to dual is­lands sur­faced in thick slab quartz with a slim­mer pro­file sur­fac­ing perime­ter cab­i­nets. The grid-pat­tern, re­cessed ceil­ing fea­tures a cir­cu­lar de­sign above the din­ing room for unique style, while richly stained wal­nut hard­woods pro­vide a com­pelling con­trast to a smooth assem­bly of crafts­man­ship. “We worked with Birkholz Homes and of­ten part­ner with this cus­tom Ed­mon­ton builder who shares our views on qual­ity and de­sign,” states Smithies.

As a bou­tique cab­i­net­maker, Peach­wood’s smaller vol­umes al­low them to be cre­atively in­volved at all lev­els. “Our clients work di­rectly with my­self at ev­ery as­pect of the de­sign/build and be­cause we also in­stall the cab­i­netry, there is con­sis­tent qual­ity from start to fin­ish,” says Smithies. “The con­ti­nu­ity of our process en­sures that the end re­sult is the one you want.”

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