Hi loves. I'm writing to you from bed with a whopping cold. I can't remember the last time I felt this bad. Hot water with lemon and honey and lots of rest is my plan for the day. So forgive me - I'm lite on words today...
I'm excited to share with you a modern cabinet resource that is high on style but even more important, is designed smartly and efficiently. Form follows function without any aesthetic compromise. Here is my visit to the Henrybuilt showroom in Mill Valley, CA!
First, a little aside… Janet Hall the showroom manager is an old friend of mine from my Seattle days. Our daughters went to the same teeny tiny preschool in our old neighborhood when they were 2. Janet also is one of the founders of the uber popular blog Remodelista. She is a connoisseur of great design, so I couldn't wait for her to show me around!
The showroom is in a former mechanic's garage.
All the drawers have magnetic adjustable dividers thus are adaptable to any combination of utensils.
Notice the brass pulls and how the drawer fronts are constructed to fit them perfectly. They are solid brass and made at the factory in Seattle. All hardware for Henrybuilt cabinets is made by them. Snacks not included.
Janet explained to me that Henrybuilt kitchens are a 'system' rather than just cabinets. Everything is designed around it's purpose and specialized to the owner's exact preferences.
A 1/2" countertop reveal. I spot a trend happening... Cutting boards are designed to fit snuggly on countertops and slide easily to accommodate tasks.
The attention to detail and quality of the workmanship is exceptional.
There are several finish options as well as materials to select from. You can also mix and match. I always gravitate to kitchens with a contrasting island color.
Above is a closet system. The top slides to reveal the upper drawer. The scoops are for spare change, cuff links, etc.
There are many more products and features that Henrybuilt offers. If you are considering custom cabinets and like a sleek modern look, I encourage you to explore their website. Click here.