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This is a set of kitchen cabinets using quarter and rift sawn white oak.The distinctive rays and wood defects can be seen in the unfinished cabinets below. This is a very stable and hardwood. Because of its characteristics, it takes a bit more time and very sharp tools to work it but the results are well worth the effort. The owners saved themselves a little money and myself a lot of work by picking the unfinished cabinets up at the shop. They then finished and installed the cabinets themselves. They did the complete remodel of this kitchen and sent me the pictures of the completed job. First-rate work! I offered them jobs but have yet to receive a reply!

Kitchen Cabinets

Curt Weatherholt in Tecumseh, MO on Houzz

This is one of our more unique kitchens done in red oak with walnut accenting it. The panels are trimmed in Walnut and we made matching trim for the rest of the kitchen.  A Viking range is installed in the island with a quick disconnect for the gas.The island is on wheels and can be quickly and easily moved in the event something large needs to through that area.

Each component for each door frame was rabbeted and then had walnut stock glued in to provide the contrasting trim. The drawer fronts have walnut strips inlaid for additional contrast. The lights in the upper cabinets are halogen touch control 
lights with three brightness levels for displaying your treasures. The pictures are good but the actual kitchen is very 
appealing and comfortable. This beautiful set of kitchen cabinets 
was built to the customers specifications. They knew what style of  cabinet they wanted and provided their own measurements of the kitchen. The set was built in our shop and delivered and installed over 600 miles away. This was a remodel due to hurricane caused flooding. Surprise!! It flooded again and no longer exists. So if you would like a similar kitchen it would be one of a kind!

We will build your cabinets to your expectations and a little more besides. The choice of wood is yours as is the style of cabinet. The finish can go from unfinished to stained wood and even painted. What is here is only a small sampling of what's already been done or even what could be done. It costs nothing to inquire!

Curt Weatherholt


Email curt@curtscustomfurniture.com 

A set of red oak cabinets with flat panel doors that were installed in the fellowship hall of one of our local churches. As we were installing them a group of men from the church was right behind us putting in under-cabinet lighting and other amenities.The island contains two air returns for the HVAC. It has two levels- one to work on and the other higher level for serving. It has several electrical circuits for crock pots and other appliances.The painting in the second photo was done by a church member to disguise a breaker box. It is also the view that you would see if there were a window in its place. Very clever and well done! 

These are cabinets done in hickory with a clear finish. The owner was after a rustic look but modern when he remodeled his home and he accomplished that. Hickory has very distinctive color and grain patterns. It's a hard, tough wood that has its own appeal. People tend to either love it or hate it. This kitchen has two separate areas. The top two pictures show a bar with a built-in wine cooler. It can be used without disrupting the flow of traffic in the preparation and serving area. The lower two show a part of the main kitchen with a couple of lighted glass cabinets for display purposes. Note the log framed serving area the contractor built.