Our Cabinets to Go Cabinetry
Hello friends! We are finally nearing the completion of our kitchen project. As I mentioned here before, we’ve run into several delays along the way with our contractor, but I am pleased that we at least have a usable kitchen! Today I thought I’d share some little glimpses of the kitchen with you and focus especially on our cabinetry. When it came to choosing cabinetry, I had a few requirements. I wanted white shaker style which can lend to traditional, cottage, or modern styles. I wanted a large pantry space with tall cabinets, as well as other specialty cabinets like one for our trash and a lazy Susan. Lastly, I wanted something that would fit our budget yet still have a custom feel to it. Even though I didn’t have my dream budget, I didn’t want to make any sacrifices in style and function. I came across Cabinets to Go and saw that they ticked all of my boxes and I knew they could help me make my dream kitchen a reality, even without a dream budget. I reached out to them and am thrilled that they agreed to partner with me on our kitchen project and am super excited to share today a little more about our cabinets and Cabinets to Go. (Cabinets to Go provided me with the cabinetry for our kitchen; I was not otherwise compensated and all opinions are my own.)
As I mentioned earlier, I am just sharing some glimpses today as I don’t want to give too much away just yet, plus there’s still a lot of work to be done. I do want to share my Cabinets to Go experience with you today. Cabinets to Go began just over 10 years ago with one store in Florida. Since then, they’ve grown to about 70 stores across the United States. We are fortunate in that we live not too far from the Raleigh or Charlotte locations. We opted to work with the Charlotte location since we have family there and could kill two birds with one stone when we were in the area. Ricky, the store manager there, was super helpful throughout our entire planning and ordering process, and has been there with any questions I’ve had arise along the way.
In our planning, we began by submitting or floor plan to Ricky at Cabinets to Go and told him exactly what we wanted. We were just about to order when I decided I really wanted to go into the store and just make sure the Malibu White Shaker style was in fact what I wanted. We booked an appointment for Monday of Memorial day weekend and Chris, Wilder, and I headed down to Charlotte together. I looked around the showroom and my decision was solidified. I absolutely loved the Malibu White Shaker cabinets.
They are the perfect shade of white, and featured the stylistic details I had wanted. We also don’t know that we’ll stay in our current house for more than 10 years, so I wanted a style that would stand the test of time and easily suit someone who liked modern or someone who liked traditional. They do offer a variety of other styles, and the Shaker comes in other fabulous neutral finishes, but this was the one for me! (As you can see, we are rocking the plywood countertops and still have nail holes to fill.)
Cabinets to Go offers free in-store 3d Design of your kitchen, so we ended up taking advantage of that while we were there as well. I was so glad we did that because we left there with renderings of our new kitchen that got me so excited!!! They were able to provide me with the floor plan as well as a more visual guide that I gave to my contractor to help his workers see how it was supposed to come together.
As you can see above, on the single wall, there is a gap where we opted not to put a cabinet. We have dogs and I wanted a place to be able to set their water and food bowls, so that’s why we left that open. 😉
Now, this is where the drawings get a little more exciting! Here you can see the exact layout of our new kitchen. Of course, we will have open shelving and a hood over the range, but you get the idea.
This view shows you basically what you see from our entry. We moved around the refrigerator and dishwasher from their previous location and this has worked out SO much better for us. Seeing it in the drawings Cabinets to Go created for us really helped me visualize the changes we had discussed.
And would you just look at all of that pantry space?
This pantry is now in place and in use and is the pantry of my dreams! It offers so much storage! We were all so excited to fill this bad boy up after living with a wobbly plastic shelf full of food in our basement for the past few months. Wilder loves to open it up and play with all of the plastic cups I put in a basket for him, or grab snacks and ask me to feed him. He’s already a typical boy. As you can see from the photos of our cabinets, the hinges are hidden! Hallelujah! Our old kitchen had visible hinges, and I just was not a fan. If you ever change the hardware you have to then consider changing hinges. I prefer a much cleaner look and for the hardware to stand out more. I was so thrilled to see that Cabinets to Go Shaker style cabinets feature the hidden soft close hinge.
I have not done a whole lot yet in the way or organization, but that will happen eventually. Cabinets to Go also offers accessories like slide out shelves (that could be great in a pantry!), slide out spice racks, drawer organizers and more to truly create a custom feel kitchen. In our case, we opted to add in the sliding trash cabinet. As you can see next to the trash cabinet, we have retrofitted another to fit a microwave. I will be painting that to match the cabinets, and we will be replacing that microwave with a better fit…. especially after Emmy decided to cook chicken nuggets for herself when I was sick. She intended to hit 1 minute, but we’re pretty certain she accidentally added a zero and cooked them for TEN MINUTES. Let’s just say our microwave has a weird smell to it now.
Our old kitchen cabinets had this weird really deep cabinet in the corner and it was so hard to access anything in the very back corner of the kitchen. Now we have a new Lazy Susan style cabinet which has made life so much easier! The skinny cabinet next to the stove holds all of our baking sheets, cooling racks, and our fire extinguisher. The cabinet to the right of that is the Lazy Susan which is hinged in the corner so that it opens out.
Inside it holds a two shelved lazy Susan that I can easily swivel around to access what I need. As you can see, ours holds a lot of items we need for baking. We like to bake in this house! Again, we just moved everything in so it’s not quite as organized as it will be soon.
Up to now, we have always had old cabinets in our houses, and getting pots and pans in and out has always proven to be a challenge and they’ve been hard to keep neat. In our new kitchen cabinets, I opted for roomy drawers to hold everything and I am SO happy with that decision. It’s so much easier to get my pots and pans out and see what I need!
The same goes for all of our bakeware pans. I used to detest having to go digging in my lower cabinets for cake pans. Sometimes you need to find that snowman cake pan! Thank goodness I can easily access that now. 😉 Seriously though, we’ve already baked muffins and our favorite pumpkin bread, and it’s just so much easier to find what we need.
As you can see inside of these drawers, they are thick wood, well made from solid maple and they feature dovetail joints. As a former furniture painter and refinisher for years, I appreciate the quality of a great dresser joint, and dovetail is where its at. After some years of experience with furniture, I stopped purchasing pieces to refinish that were not dovetailed because they just were not the same quality and were not going to stand the test of time.
We are honestly so thrilled with the quality of our cabinets and drawers and the custom feel that we were able to create using Cabinets to Go. If you would love to renovate your kitchen and want quality on a budget, I would strongly recommend checking out your local Cabinets to Go because they probably have exactly what you need! You can also check out their current sales because they often have great deals and they also have special long-term financing options available. Don’t let your fear of your smaller kitchen budget hold you back! The kitchen you want is possible, and I can’t wait to show you how we’ve made ours possible soon. 🙂 (If you’d like a refresher on where we started, you can check here.)
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Cabinets To Go Expanding in Lawrenceburg
Kitchen cabinet and flooring company to invest $6.5 million, create nearly 70 jobs
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Cabinets To Go officials announced today that the Lawrenceburg-based company will expand its operations in Lawrence County. Cabinets To Go plans to invest $6.5 million and create nearly 70 new jobs in Lawrenceburg.
“Just last year, Cabinets To Go made a major investment to make Lawrence County the hub for its distribution and corporate operations,” Rolfe said. “Cabinets To Go’s decision to expand its manufacturing capabilities in Lawrenceburg is a testament to the region’s strong workforce and a business environment in Tennessee that supports job creation. I’d like to thank Cabinets To Go for investing further in Lawrenceburg and creating nearly 70 high quality jobs in Lawrence County.”
“We have been thrilled with the support of the local community and the State of Tennessee, and look forward to growing Cabinets To Go in Lawrence County for many years to come,” Jerry Burdock, CEO and president of Cabinets To Go, said.
Founded in 2008, Cabinets To Go has 62 showrooms across the country and is the largest specialty retailer of kitchen cabinets in the United States. In August 2016, Cabinets to Go announced it would relocate its national headquarters and main warehouse and distribution center to Lawrenceburg.
Cabinets To Go recently added countertops, flooring and installation services along with its kitchen and bath cabinets. With the investment of $6.5 million going toward new equipment to manufacture engineered hardwood flooring, Cabinets To Go is introducing its new brand, Robusto Floors, Hardwood Engineered to the Max.
“We are excited that Cabinets To Go is expanding in Lawrence County,” Ethan Hadley, president & CEO of the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, said. “Their vision and corporate culture perfectly compliments Lawrence County’s big dreams and family values. We are proud to partner with Cabinets To Go both now and in the future.”
“TVA and Lawrenceburg Utility System congratulate Cabinets To Go on its decision to expand operations in Lawrence County,” TVA Senior Vice President of Economic Development John Bradley said. “It’s always an exciting day when a company is committed to continuing growth in our community and we are pleased to partner with Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to celebrate this announcement.”
Lawrenceburg and Lawrence County are represented by Sen. Joey Hensley (R – Hohenwald) and Rep. Barry Boss (R – Leoma) in the Tennessee General Assembly.
About the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development
The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development’s mission is to develop strategies that help make Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs. To grow and strengthen Team Tennessee, the department seeks to attract new corporate investment in Tennessee and works with Tennessee companies to facilitate expansion and economic growth. Find us on the web: tnecd.com. Follow us on Twitter: @tnecd. Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/tnecd.
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Devolved from something special to complete hellholeManagement to start was excellent. New manager had no sense of professionalism. Yes you could sell but product was never assured to be available in the time frame promised be promotional material
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NothingIf you need a job it's good but not getting your full hours, n low pay. Don't give you your raises on time, just not a good place to work unless you get on the delivery truck
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WAS a good place to work, or so I thought.Should've known when the higher ups start to leave the company and they lie to your face... It's time to go. Turning from a great company to work for to anti-customer serving, lying, structurely deficient company.
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Very bad place to workLeadership is a joke, higher ups don’t listen to anything. They act like they care about you but look to cut you out as soon as you don’t roll over for them. Pay is a joke and the new bonus policy is a huge scam since the only way to get it is to go hone early which cuts your pay even though it looks like you are making more on the hour. They refuse to pay competitive wages and then wonder why they can’t get good employees. Better have eyes in the back of your head since people love to stab you in the back. Very bad experience for me and I wouldn’t recommend this place to my worst enemy!!
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A step in the right directionI was out of work for three months in 2020. I applied for their warehouse spot and got hired within two weeks. I've had the chance to learn a ton about designing. My people skills were already decent but I've learned a ton more from my team on how to work with even the worst clients (COVID brought out the worst in everyone). My team is a lot different a year later and I'm really happy with where we're at. Our store has way better synergy now that we got rid of the slackers. I really do enjoy what I do and I look forward to another year here.
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TOANO, Va. - More news about Lumber Liquidators - the wood flooring retailer giant is suing founder and former leader Tom Sullivan's current company, Cabinets To Go.
Lumber Liquidators claims Cabinets To Go, a specialy retailer of kitchen cabinets founded by Sullivan in 2008, reneged on a 2010 agreeement that forbid competition between the two companies for at least 10 years. That meant not selling wood floors for that period.
“Despite this clear and enforceable covenant between two sophisticated business entities, CTG is now selling hardwood flooring products both in e-commerce and in retail stores, many of which CTG has located adjacent to Lumber Liquidators stores," the lawsuit states.
Lumber Liquidators is seeking $10 million and a permanent junction forbidding Cabinets To Go to sell wood flooring.
Sullivan and Cabinets To Go called for the lawsuit to be dismissed.
“Cabinets To Go calls for the latest suit to be dismissed, arguing that the memorandum of understanding is ‘defunct and unenforceable’ and that it is a ‘naked restraint of trade’ in violation of federal antitrust and other state laws.”
Sullivan founded Lumber Liquidators in the mid-1990s. He was chairman up until his resignation in 2016. He founded Cabinets To Go in 2008, which now operates 62 showrooms around the country.
Lumber Liquidators has been in the news quite a bit over the past few weeks. Its fell sharply last week on news of CFO Martin Agard’s resignation. Since 2015 Lumber Liquidators has faced a number of legal issues and Agard, brought on as CFO in 2016, was key to shepherding the company through the process. Timothy Mulvaney, the company's chief accounting officer, was named as the interim CFO.
Revenue concerns were also a factor for investors. Although Lumber Liquidators reported an increase in fourth quarter revenue – $268.92 million over $259.86 million recorded in 2017 – that number still fell short of the market expectation of $272.54 million.
Another matter impacting the strength of the company’s financial situation was the $61 million in accruals for legal settlements paid to the United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia (U.S. Attorney) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the settlement of the Gold litigation related to the Lumber Liquidator’s Morning Star Strand bamboo flooring (Strand Bamboo Product).
"2018 was a year of transformation for Lumber Liquidators, during which we executed on our growth initiatives, put significant legacy legal issues behind us, and laid the groundwork to position us for long-term success,” Chief Executive Dennis Knowles said in a statement. “These legal settlements represent a major milestone in our transformation, which we believe will strengthen our ability to better execute on our operational initiatives."
However, concerns still remain for the company with an expectation of 2019 first quarter same-store sales growth to be in the low-single digits and adjusted gross margin to be in a range of 34.5% to 35.0% due to tariff impact; and an adjusted operating loss of $3 to $5 million.
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