Cabinets are the focal point of a kitchen
Our custom cabinetry is built to last. Our skilled cabinet makers craft them by hand - not on assembly lines. We take pride in the craftmanship, using quality materials for a finished product that's a work of art. We use 5/8" solid wood instead of particleboard for our dovetail cabinet boxes, glued corner braces instead of cheap plastic and hidden undermount drawer slides instead of cheap side brackets. Ron our shop foreman, has over 40 years of experience building high-end custom cabinetry for some of the most prestigious builders in Oregon. He has built the cabinetry for multimillion-dollar projects in the Street of Dreams. Of course, we have decades-long relationships with many of the high-quality custom cabinet shops in town.
“I can honestly say that I wouldn't have the kitchen that I love if it weren't for Carl! His attention to details made a huge difference, he would notice things that I hadn't even noticed. They do great work and they are good people, from Carl and the office staff to all the crew.”
Mary & Kory Jackson, Corvallis
Cabinets by G. Christianson Construction
With our in-house Cabinetry Shop we can better manage our schedule to get your project completed on time. We will work with you to craft your dreams.
Highest Quality Hardware
Your cabinetry will see thousands of uses in its lifetime, so we only use the best custom cabinetry hardware. For example, we use Blum soft close hinges and drawer guides.
There are many advantages and benefits of having Pull-Out shelves. They make life in your kitchen and bathrooms easier and much more organized. Everything will be easy to get out when you need it and just as easy to put back when you are done.
One of our favorite techniques is a Utensil Holder, which reduces the clutter on your countertops near your stove.
Another favorite technique is adjustable Drawer Dividers, allowing you to revise your organization plans as your home grows.
Entry Cubbies and Organization
Small children and adults alike love to have a system to keep their coats, shoes, treasures and ready-to-go items. This cabinetry was custom built to maximize a small entry space.
Pull Out Hamper/Recycling/Trash
Many people love the cleanliness of a pull-out Recycling/Trash drawer, which contains smells and keeps recycling efforts organized.
Highly Water Resistant Finishes
Our cabinet makers are confident using both Conversion Varnish and Pre-Catalyzed Lacquer to provide you the most durable, water-resistant cabinetry available. We have worked with chemically sensitive clients to find products that accommodate their sensitivities. We will work with you to pick the best finish for your project.
To create this unique Fire Charred look, we torched the wood doors of the pantry cabinets, then wirebushed the loose char off, before sealing the cabinets with lacquer. Please ask us about this finish or others such as: distressed, vintage, stained, antique glazed, whitewashed, aged and more.
Accessible Cabinetry Design
When you meet with our cabinetry design team, we will suggest Universal Design techniques to make your space usable now and for decades to come. A couple of techniques are lower countertops, raised dishwashers, sinks with room underneath, microwaves that children can reach, and exceptional lighting.
What our Clients are Saying
“We are delighted with our new home and so glad to finally be in it after years of planning and preparing. Thank you for your thorough and conscientious work. We appreciate your skills, dedicated hard work, and trustworthiness, and we enjoyed working with you on the project.”
John and Elizabeth Elder, Corvallis
“Their work was excellent. They selected very talented and efficient subs and worked closely with us as options and modifications presented themselves. The entire crew was very easy to work with and planned every step carefully. We couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome.”
Bart & Leah Bolger, Corvallis
“Thank you for your work last summer. We continue to give out glowing recommendations!”
Herb & Linda Crew, CorvallisSee the project