From wood species and painted finishes to accessories and statement hoods, there’s a lot that goes on behind crafting custom cabinetry. If you’re planning a kitchen renovation, keep in mind that updating your cabinetry can not only make your kitchen look great, but also function better. DeWils Fine Cabinetry offers a number of stylish cabinetry options — all of which have premium standard features that are often considered upgrades by other manufacturers: think plywood box construction, soft close doors and drawers, full extension drawers and dovetailed drawers. Here’s a scope of cabinetry work that can be installed in your home, and in your style, from DeWils Fine Cabinetry.

With HawaiiUSA by your side, that home remodeling project you’ve been dreaming of can become reality sooner than you know!”

— Norma Agustin, Kapolei Branch Manager, HawaiiUSA FCU

 

Projects for every price point:

$ Low Cost

$ Even a budget-friendly makeover can enhance your space with cabinetry that has minimal accessories.

A low-cost renovation doesn’t mean you have to hold back on design elements. “The most cost-effective kitchen is still going to be beautiful,” shares Brianne Johnson of DeWils Fine Cabinetry.

• Standard wood species like cherry, white oak and maple, and stained finishes with no paint.

• Shaker style or flat panel doors with minimal accessories.

• DeWils Fine Cabinetry available through Design Trends Construction, Pacific Source and Plus Interiors.

Best way to pay: HELOC

$$ Midpriced

$$ Upgraded wood and decorative door styles are among the best features of this kitchen’s cabinetry.

For a midpriced kitchen, there are more options of premium wood species, as well as more decorative styles, like new ultra-matte and engineered finishes with minimal accessories.

• Upgraded wood species, like mahogany, bamboo and walnut.

• Less paint used — typically for just an island and accent — more decorative door styles, and midsized hoods.

• DeWils Fine Cabinetry available through Design Trends Construction, Pacific Source and Plus Interiors.

Best way to pay: HELOC

$$$ Most Expensive

At the highest level, you can transform your kitchen with accessories, beautiful finishes and a statement hood.

• Painted and glazed finishes, accessories and statement hoods.

• Stacked cabinetry, which goes from floor to ceiling, is an upward trend; however, costs can be high due to amount of cabinets and accessories, such as pullout trash cans, appliance garages and more.

• DeWils Fine Cabinetry available through Design Trends Construction, Pacific Source and Plus Interiors.

Best way to pay: HELOC

 

HawaiiUSA FCU, Kapolei Branch
920 Kamokila Blvd
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Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
(808) 674-8350
www.hawaiiusafcu.com

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About the feature image: $$$ For more expensive kitchen remodels, you’ll find stacked cabinetry, beautiful finishes and statement hoods.

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