Who are we?
Joe, Kirk’s Custom Cabinetry’s designer and builder, has always enjoyed woodworking and art. He has been building custom cabinetry and furniture for the last 15 years. He started as an employee at Reinhart Furniture in Acworth, Georgia, who specializes in cabinetry and furniture for luxury homes and cabins. He enjoys the challenge that a complex project brings and designing and building beautiful custom cabinetry for those spaces.
What services do we provide?
All aspects of design, building, demolition, and installation are done locally in-house. We build kitchen cabinets (indoor and outdoor), dining tables, bedroom furniture, home theaters, libraries, entertainment centers, fireplace mantles, bathroom vanities, and more! If you dream it, I’ll build it.
What styles of furniture do you build?
We build traditional to contemporary furniture and everything in between. Whether you want an old world antique feel or a rustic cabin-in-the-woods feel, all of our cabinets are made to order to whatever style you want.
What materials do you use?
First, we do not use any particle board or chip board on any part of any piece of furniture or cabinet. We use superior materials, hardware, and construction to ensure durability, functionality, and beauty. Cabinet boxes and shelves are constructed with three-quarter inch furniture grade. To prevent bowing shelves are permanently bonded to a hardwood face. The cabinets are then finished with a conversion varnish clear coat system that provides superior durability and water resistance.
Which wood species can I choose?
Wood is beautiful because of its unique grain patterns and color. Individual boards are hand selected to create a flow and coordination in your furniture. While we commonly choose American cherry because of its popularity, most other wood species are available for your selection.
What types of finish can I choose?
Because we are a custom cabinet maker, we can essentially do any type of finish you choose. Finishes include stained wood grain, opaque (painted,) distressed, antiqued, or glazing.