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Crestwood began in Salina, Kansas in 1969. We started out as a small cabinet shop serving the local and regional market. Today the company is a fully integrated manufacturer serving a nationwide dealer network. Our mission has always been to build a high-quality cabinet at a competitive price.Our Product. Crestwood products are produced in one of the country's most modern woodworking plants with state-of-the-art technology. We offer cabinetry in the traditional face frame design with doors that overlay or inset into the frame. We also produce cabinetry in European frameless design, and now we have entered in the the closet organizer systems. See all of our product lines to explore the limitless possibilities of Crestwood Products. Crestwood, Inc. is a manufacturer of fine custom cabinetry and related wood products. We are a family of dedicated associates in partnership with kitchen and bath professionals whose common purpose is to exceed customer expectations in service, quality, and value.
Our company was founded in 1963, based on the core beliefs of building strong personal relationships and creating exceptional quality and value in every product we make. We partner with local, independently owned businesses, avoiding the national home centers. Your local specialist will work closely with you to define your style. Using our Custom Where It Counts program, you are guaranteed to reimagine each room in your home to fit your lifestyle- in a style, color and design that you’ll love. We offer you exceptional quality – all wood construction, a wide range of specialty finishes, and a variety of convenience features. Your cabinetry is built in our 170,000 square foot facility in Nashville, Tennessee by 200 highly skilled men and women and shipped to you in less than five weeks. I’m proud to be joined by my daughter, Carter, two generations committed to the company’s original core values. And I am excited to help you create your dream home.
Showplace offers a unique combination of design flexibility, product quality, expressive creative options and honest real-world value that you will find in no other home cabinetry brand today. Showplace is a certified member of the Environmental Stewardship Program of the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, and has a strong environmental commitment. Every cabinet we create is made right here in America, but we also select from the best sources anywhere on earth, like Austrian Blum hardware, and lovely, renewable exotic woods.
The difference can be found in every detail, from the fine millwork to the hand-rubbed finish (just roll over the kitchen above to see what we mean). Plain & Fancy® Custom Cabinetry gives your home the style and functionality you crave. Whether you’re dreaming of a new setting for your culinary skills or planning an elegant new space for entertaining, Plain & Fancy has a design that’s perfect for your room and your lifestyle. We invite you to explore what makes our cabinetry different - then we urge you to compare. We’re confident you’ll agree that Plain & Fancy Custom Cabinetry delivers the very best value in cabinetry. Imagine a kitchen both inviting and thoughtfully designed to fit every nuance of your lifestyle. Imagine world class quality and style in your own home. With over 40 years of experience making only the best cabinetry right here in the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, we don't just bring you the finest hand-crafted custom kitchen cabinets, we build dreams: The difference is everywhere.
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Since 1893 Plato Woodwork has earned its reputation as one of America's preeminent fine custom cabinetry manufacturers. In a world where details make the masterpiece, Plato has proven to be the master of detail for every room in your home. The Art of Transformation™ happens every time Plato cabinetry is used to turn a homeowner's dream into reality. With a vision for beauty and a passion for excellence, Plato is the intelligent choice in fine custom cabinetry. Just as importantly, we are committed to using domestic sources for our materials whenever possible. Though cheaper materials may be available, we feel that if you really want to say your product is “Made in the USA” there should be more to it than just assembling the product in America.