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The Many Facets of Custom Cupboards

Who says the art of printing is dead? You may be devouring novels on your Kindle but printing is very much alive at Custom Cupboards.  Their Facets program allows you to bring a new level of personalization to your kitchen, bath or anywhere you have cabinets through digital printing.


Custom Cupboards Facets
The front of an island can be the perfect canvas for your artwork! Photo courtesy of Custom Cupboards

With Facets you can  have a truly artful kitchen enhanced with your own original artwork or photography.  If you can dream it they can do it.  Just remember you can’t reproduce work that is copyrighted.  That is a no no, but you knew that, yes?

Custom Cupboards Facets
I love my paisleys! Photo courtesy of Custom Cupboards

Mael Hernandez, President of this Wichita Kansas based company, was quoted in the Wichita Business Journal as saying,“It’s all about the trend in personalization. We think this is going to change the cabinet industry. It’s very exciting for us.”

Custom Cupboards Facets
This pop of green leafy texture is just what this kitchen needed IMO! Photo courtesy of Custom Cupboards

Custom Cupboards uses patent pending digital printing technology to stylize cabinet fronts with textures, patterns, art, photography and even typography.

Custom Cupboards Facets
Communicate your message with typography. This is one of my favorite ones. Photo courtesy of Custom Cupboards

What do you think? Remember it’s just an accent, doesn’t have to be on every cabinet. In fact, less is definitely more in this case.  You’re creating a focal point which gets diluted when over done.  In case you’re wondering, Facets would add about 15% to the cost of an average 13 cabinet, L-shaped kitchen if you did it on say three doors.  If you’d like to explore adding a new “facet” to your kitchen, I’d love to help you do it!


Gloria Graham-Sollecito

Gloria is a kitchen and bath cabinetry designer with AKBD certification from the National Kitchen & Bath Association. She has also served on the Florida Treasure Coast Chapter's Board of Directors as the VP of Communications. Her work has appeared on This Old House as well as in Florida Design Magazine, K+BB Magazine and the Palm Beach Post. She is co-author of The Complete Idiots Guide to Remodeling Your Kitchen, Illustrated, as well as a freelanced writer contributing occasionally to the Sun Sentinel in the area of kitchen design. She is a proud member of the Blanco Design Council and the illustrious Brizo Blogger 19.

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