Bank Custom Cabinets

Creative. Unique. 100% Custom.

An important part of creating and personalizing your cabinets starts with picking the right wood. The aged beauty of cherry, the rich warmth of walnut, or even the unique character of knotty alder help define your taste.

Getting Started

Once you've chosen to go with a custom kitchen or bathroom there are a number of things that need to be done or decided. The following are some basic steps in creating the custom cabinets that fit your needs.

Getting Started
  1. Pick a Style

    Picking a style that fits your home and your taste is one of the most important and may be one of the most difficult steps in creating your unique custom cabinets. You may want to consider the style of your home combined with personal taste.

    You can browes our Showcase to view other custom cabinets or look through interior design magazines to help you visulize different styles.

  2. Pick a Wood Species

    It's important to pick a wood species that will compliment the style of your cabinets and home. Feel free to look at and study the different types of wood we commonly work with. As always, if there is something you have a question with, feel free to Contact Us and one of our professionals will help you.

  3. Decide on a Finish

    The warmth and rich tones of your custom wood cabinets will be accentuated with the finish of your choice. Whether you want it painted or stained the finish would compliment and complete your room. You may view samples of different finishes we offer and learn about stains and glazes.

  4. Pick your Hardware

    Once you've decided on the style of custom cabinets, the wood species and the finish, you'll need to pick the hardware to go with it. There are thousands of different options for you to choose from. Banks Custom Cabinets uses Hardware and for your convience we link to their online catalog.

  5. Get a Bid

    The next step is to Contact us so you can Get a bid. One of our professionals will visit your home or buisness, take a few measurements and gives you a bid for job. Once that is done, we start building your unique custom cabinets.