At Creekwood Cabinets we value quality and understand that you want your kitchen to last for years, that’s why we want you to understand how our cabinets are made. Each box is made with standard 5/8” melamine covered particle board which can be upgraded to Birch covered plywood. Base cabinets all come with solid tops and full extension BLUMOTION soft close hardware. All door hinges are also standard soft close.

Our Cabinetry comes in a variety of wood species and colours: Maple, Cherry, Alder, Knotty Alder, Red Oak, Rift Cut White Oak, Black Walnut and Hickory. We also offer Melamine, Engineered Veneer and High Pressure Laminate (Glossy and Matte Colours) Door Styles.

Choose from one of our many Standard Stains, Designer Stains, Standard Paint Colours, or Custom Colours, and then there is the option of Glazes, Dry Brushing and Rub Through or Distressing. If you stop by our showroom we can show you these options, as well as our huge selection of door styles, from the Traditional to Modern.


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Whether you are renovating an existing room or completing a new build, there are a few simple steps that will help us in designing Cabinetry for your space.

STEP ONE: Measuring the AREA

  • draw a simple diagram of the walls and include dimensions (length) and ceiling height. If you have a blueprint, we can always take measurements from it.
  • measure any windows – height X width as well as distance from floor (include trim in measurements)
  • mark any doors or walkways (openings), including height and width of them (including trim if there is any)

NOTE: If you do not feel comfortable measuring your space, we can arrange for one of our designers to come and take measurements for you.

STEP TWO: Designing the Space

Our designers can draw up your kitchen and give you three dimensional views of your space. It is helpful if you have pictures (from magazines, houzz, pinterest, etc) of what you like and want in your kitchen to give us an idea of the style you prefer.

  • stop by our showroom to look at the different types of door styles, colours, wood types available as well as cabinet inserts.

STEP THREE: Decision Making

Once you have decided on style and materials and the layout, we will take final measurements and then sit down with you to go over the little details. We can then go ahead with ordering which may take approximately 6-10 weeks (depending on materials and scheduling) for your cabinets to arrive. In this time we can make a visit to your site and mark out where the cabinets will be sitting so that you can visualize the space better and your trades are able to accurately install electrical and plumbing rough in.

As you can see, this is a process and for some it can take longer than others. We encourage you to start early when planning for your will pay off when the project is complete!