Tedd Wood offers framed cabinetry in both Landmark and Tedd Wood Custom lines and frameless cabinetry in Luxury Line. What’s the difference between framed and frameless cabinetry?
Tedd Wood Custom Cabinetry
If You Can Dream It ~ We Can Build It
Do you know exactly what you want? With Tedd Wood Custom Cabinetry it is possible. Tedd Wood Custom Cabinetry is a full line of custom options designed to provide homeowners limitless possibilities for design, finish and accessories. Tedd Wood Custom Cabinets are assembled and then finished for a more refined finish. Framed cabinets with Miracle Corners create a seamless, smooth surface for the finish. Make your kitchen your own unique masterpiece.
Tedd Wood Custom Door Options
Choose from an unlimited selection of door style option combinations to create a door as unique as you are. Select your wood species, door style, edge profiles, panel raises and much more. Each door is hand crafted and finished by Tedd Wood’s master craftsmen. You can choose from full overlay, beaded inset or square inset doors.
Tedd Wood Custom Finish Options
Tedd Wood Custom Cabinetry offers homeowners a wide range of stained finishes and any color enamel they desire with their color match option. All finishes are hand applied for greater depth of color and accented by Tedd Wood’s master craftsmen to enhance the natural beauty.
Tedd Wood Custom Cabinetry offers a wide range of a-la-cart distressing options including antiquing, rub throughs, fly specking, pin holes, distressing and brush stroking. Combine them any way you desire to make your kitchen one-of-a-kind.
Tedd Wood Fine Cabinetry Help Section
Tedd Wood has two semi-custom cabinetry lines, Landmark and Luxury Line, and one custom cabinetry line, Tedd Wood Custom. What is the difference between custom and semi-custom cabinetry?
The master craftsmen at Tedd Wood can turn your cabinets into an original masterpiece. Read more about the artisan finish options available, including hand rubbed finishes, shadowing, antiquing and fly specking.
Use this quick cabinet comparison guide to Tedd Wood’s three lines of cabinetry to determine the right cabinetry line for you.