Build Your Custom Kitchen With Trinity Woodworking
Trinity Woodworking has been building custom kitchen cabinets for nearly three decades. We’ve done modern kitchen’s involving metals and plastics and we’ve done traditional kitchens with raised panels and moldings. We’ve done kitchens in log cabins that had to be engineered to move 4-5 inches because of the log cabin itself expands and contracts. We’ve done a little bit of everything.
What goes into a Trinity Kitchen?
Here at Trinity we have a formula for the way we build kitchen cabinets. While this is what we prefer for strength and longevity, we are open to adapting to the clients’ wants and needs. We typically use 3/4 inch maple plywood for all of about cabinet boxes and backs. Its a strong and beautiful and makes for a great cabinet interior.
Door styles are completely customizable. Shaker doors, raised panel, or flat panel are all available. We engineer and build the doors to be strong and stay flat. Because the doors and drawer faces is what you see in a kitchen, this is a key element when choosing your design. It’s important to weigh your finish against the other finishes in the room (floor, backsplash, counter, etc)
We typically use 5/8 solid birch dovetailed drawers. We use BLUM under-mount and soft-close slides.
This is what sets us apart from other shops. Any option is available: Paints, stains, and glazes. We will provide finish samples until you choose one that is perfect for your kitchen.
Whether it’s the crown molding or the matching panels on your new Sub-Zero, kitchens don’t shy away from throwing you curveballs and challenges. Getting all the gaps and tolerances correct is the key to making the room high-end and comforting. This is what we pride ourselves on. We spend days and sometimes weeks on installations, making sure everything is secure and seamless.
Whether it’s pendants over your island, a chandelier over your dining area, or under-cabinet LED’s to light your workspace, lighting is another key element in making your kitchen perfect. Check out Hudson Valley Lighting for some ideas. They have a brilliant design team and the hardware is very well made. Shop local!
Anything is possible
A few years ago we built a desk for a man in Gramercy Park. When we arrived at his apartment for the install, we spotted on of the coolest kitchens ever. On the lower cabinets, he had shaker doors painted black with sand-throughs, meaning the black paint had been purposely sanded off in certain spots to create a distressed, aged look. For his upper cabinets, he took windows you’d find in a pre-war building, with many tiny panes that you crank open with a handle, and made them his cabinet doors. It looked AMAZING. It was so New York City. The point is that anything is doable, any vision achievable, and here at Trinity this is what we do best.
Give us a call or text. We’d love to hear from you and get your project started.