Cabinets & Products
Developed Over 140 Years
Whatever your style, we have many options to choose from to create the complete custom kitchen.
The style and construction of your cabinets define your kitchen’s look, and the overlay you choose helps create the style. Choose between inset which provides a smooth and clean appearance, and full or standard overlay, both of which offer more storage space while still offering a timeless look.
Unlike other cabinet manufacturers, our cabinet doors are made entirely in-house—leading to quicker turnaround times. There are three elements to consider when selecting the style that is right for you:
You can express your personal style by choosing among a variety of shapes and styles, including doors with raised, recessed, or flat panels.
From ash to walnut and everything in between, we offer a wide selection of wood species to help create your special look. You can choose a standard wood or upgrade to a premium quality.
Standard Paint & Finishes
There is no limit to the colors and finishes you can choose from to put the finishing touch on your cabinets. If you’re adding to cabinets you already have in your home, we can exactly match existing paints and finishes.
Your choice of hardware really makes a statement. Select your knobs and pulls from our wide range of options, or supply your own. We can also offer insight and expertise on which hardware matches the cabinets best. Alternatively, we offer handles routed directly in the wood, which keeps the design flush and eliminates the need for knobs or pulls.
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Take customization one step further and let us design anything from a special drawer insert or adjustable compartment to a matching range hood cover to create the kitchen of your dreams.
We build every aspect of our cabinets, from frames to trimming.
Step 1 – Frames
Assembled with no screws, with full mortise and route tenon joints, and lengths cut with accurate electronic fences.
Step 2 – Panels
Cut on a state-of-the-art Thermwood Cut Center CNC machine, sanded, and joined with tongue and groove and miter lock joints.
Step 3 – Boxes
Assembled and sanded by expert craftsmen, with hardwood material and half-blind dovetails, and stamped with a hot iron brand.
Step 4 – Doors
Hardwood panels are cut and glued using a unique technique to prevent warping over time, using grain matching.
Step 5 – Assembly
Assembled with wood glue in a standardized, step-by-step process by highly experienced assemblers according to 3D units.
Step 6 – Sanding & Inspection
Hand sanded under bright lights to remove imperfections and closely inspected for correct fit.
Step 7 – Finish Department
For paint: multiple tinted primer coats and scuff sanded for a smooth finish.
For stain: stained and protected with primer and topcoat for lasting sheen and color.
Step 8 – Trimming
Hinges, drawer glides, drawers, doors, and other hardware are installed. The finished project is set up to ensure fit for installation.
Start your project at Coppes Napanee
Reach out today to speak with one of our designers.