Custom kitchen and bath cabinetry for Northern California
(aka Bradley Custom Cabinets)
BC Cabinet
Picking Door Styles for Cabinets by BC-Cabinets
by Steve B on January 3rd, 2013

Essential Info for Choosing Cabinet Doors

HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYBODY,

I'ts 2013 already...where the heck has the time gone.  (What happened to my Christmas Holiday?)

This months video blog addresses the common issue of picking out a door style for your custom cabinet.  There are many styles to choose from and I'm only showing one style...but I'll address and show more styles in future posts. I have a great catalog of popular...and not so common, door styles that can be affixed to a drawer, shelf or end unit....yes, the side of the exposed cabinet (giving it a finished look). 

We want you ideas and your feedback.  I post these videos and blogs to my Facebook and Twitter  pages as well, so if you are a mobile smart phone fan...you can get the same info on you I-Pad, phone or device.  I want topics...so drop me a line below and I'll post it for everyone to read. 

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CONTACT US:
Steve Bradley, Bradley Custom Cabinetry (BC-Cabinets).
878 Howe Rd #B
Martinez, CA. 94553
Tel: 925-229-3199
Email: bcbradleysteve@gmail.com 


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3 Comments

Brenda - January 3rd, 2013 at 7:09 PM
This is a good one. Short enough that you didn't have to come up with things to say.
Steve - January 4th, 2013 at 1:07 PM
Thanks Brenda...I don't know exactly what I'm going to say until it actually comes out of my mouth. My marketing guy Allen gets a little nervous sometimes, but it all works out in the end. Do you want me to talk about anything in the future. Have I done some work for you? -Steve
Name - January 20th, 2013 at 9:37 PM
Yes, I think I have the first cabinet you ever made, along with some things you made in high school. I think my favorite was the piece of wood that says MOM. And as far as things to talk about in the future, you could say how much you miss your mother.
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