Kitchen Design



Updating your kitchen may happen only once a lifetime and we think it should be a fun and rewarding experience. Whether you’re in a friends kitchen, flipping through a magazine, or visiting websites, kitchen improvement ideas abound.

The possibilities can seem almost endless and our design and cabinet making knowledge and experience will guide you in decision making and bring your ideas to life.

Our showroom features a wide range of designs, colors, and textures. The key is  collaboration and making it all work within your room, layout, style, needs, and budget.

Whether you are using stock or custom cabinets we’ll work together providing several design options that fit your personal tastes, choices, and pocketbook.

First step is to schedule a no obligation planning session.

Image result for man kitchen"It was a pleasure working with you and your staff. It's now six months after completion of my kitchen, and I am most happy with everything. Everything came out as planned and whoever visits my home comments on the kitchen's beauty and efficiency. I'll certainly recommend you." 

- Hessie V.


Our products are of the finest craftsmanship, custom made to suit the specific needs of our clients.

Product Materials

At Enterprise Wood Products our cabinets are built from the finest hardwoods and veneers. Below you can find a sample of some of the woods that we use for our custom made items. With over 100 color combinations available and many unique finish options, the possibilities are endless.


Maple is characterized by its smooth, even and fine grain pattern. Natural maple has some color variation, but is generally more uniform than most hardwoods.


Cherry is a smooth, even-grained hardwood known for its warm, rich look. Cherry ‘mellows’ or darkens with age. Cherry will have some sapwood, mineral streaking, fine pin holes and pitch pockets.


Northern red oak is known for its predominant grain patterns that run from straight lines to arched and pointed. Lightness and darkness variations are noticeable in lighter finishes. Oak is one of the stronger hardwoods.


Image result for walnut woodThe natural grain is more subtle as it's further below the surface, so you can't feel the grain with your fingertips as opposed to oak. In its natural state, walnut tends to be darker than other woods.


"Jan, you came to measure and made many suggestions, including a change in the layout of the room. Everything worked out great, even the fridge on the other side of the room. Imagine my surprise when I saw my cabinets go up. The sides of the cabinets had panels that matched the doors and there was molding on the bottom of each cabinet. My separate china cabinet is magnificent and the carved legs are a great look. the window shade people touched the cabinet and said "this is a piece of furniture".

My contractor calls it 'the million dollar kitchen'. It exceeded my expectations by far."

- Doris D.


1. All-wood Cabinets

Though many makers will use  a 5/8" and  1/4" materials for their sides and backs, our frameless cabinets feature 3/4”  sides, tops, bottoms, and backs. This thicker material gives the cabinets long lasting strength.  Additionally, all our cabinets are made with plywood as opposed to MDF, so they are guaranteed to last longer without degrading. All cabinets are computer cut using dowel construction, glue and screws. The finished result is a solid top quality cabinet that will outlast other brands by many years.

2. Maple Dovetailed Drawers and Roll Outs

All our cabinets feature 5/8” maple drawer box with dovetailed joints at all four corners. All drawers are sealed and top coated for a fine furniture look.

3. Full Extension Runners

The standard runner in our cabinets is a fully concealed, full extension under mount runner. This self-closing runner features smooth and quiet operation and carries a 100-lb. weight capacity.

4. High Quality Doors and Drawer Fronts

Our Custom cabinets feature 3/4” solid, hardwood doors and Drawer fronts. Using the finest selection of hardwoods, cabinet doors feature framing beads that are designed with a slight back bevel which allow the stain to penetrate beyond the juncture of the framing bead and panel raise.

5. Cabinet Interiors

The interiors of our cabinets are pre-finished hardwood Maple plywood.


Studies show the air inside your home can be more polluted than the air outside...

  • Two to five times more polluted, according to the United States EPA--regardless of where you live.
  • And, with the average American spending 85 percent of time indoors that's a lot of exposure to indoor pollution!

For our custom cabinet doors, we use products from Conestoga Wood Specialties. Our lumber sources utilize sustainable forests practices, which ensures healthy, lush forests for future generations to enjoy. They also invest in cutting edge technology to best utilize these raw materials to their fullest extent, improving yields and creating less waste. The finishing materials are constantly reformulated to lower emissions and reduce hazardous wastes, and they recycle hundreds of tons of wood waste, metal, paper and packaging materials each year.

We use PureBond hardwood plywood from Columbia Forest Products, a leader in sustainable forestry practices and innovative manufacturing. The product is completely formaldehyde-free and compliant with the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards.

Product Highlights

Please feel free to contact us with any questions that you may have.