Custom Kitchen Cabinets made the way you need them to match any decor you have. Our cabinet offerings that we use as a guide is only the beginning. Our idea is to put forward ideas for you to build on. Our custom designs are not limited to color, stressing, wood types or even the design styles. We are only limited to your imagination and what it takes to get you the perfect dream kitchen.
Marble Kitchen Counter Tops
The general consensus is that marble makes a good surface for bathrooms, offices, fireplace surrounds and other locations where they don’t get heavy use. However, they are not recommended for the kitchen. Marble is a softer stone than say granite and it easily scratches. The main advantage and why some people choose marble is its variety of unique veins. Although many people automatically think of creamy or white stone when they think of marble, there are hundreds of varieties and no two pieces are ever exactly the same.
If you want some of the variety of Marble without the risk of it being easily scratched you might want to consider going with a man made option rather than natural. Quartz counter tops are more harder than granite and not so easily scratched. But heat can easily damage them. The other negative aspect of Quartz is the expense which can be more than $100 per square foot.
Granite Counter Tops
With granite you are limited on the uniqueness but you cannot disregard the natural beauty of any stone that has been polished. Granite is the stone of choice for kitchen counter tops by professionals because of its durability,
Many of our clients come to us because they are tired of the modern clean looks that are so sterile you are afraid to cook you dinner in it. We offer a variety of furniture distressing techniques to make your kitchen feel more like home, not a laboratory. One method is to distress the paint. Our process is a method layering on the finish in two are three colors then removing a layer or two exposing the colors beneath giving the furniture a worn lived in look. We top coat this with a clear coating to protect the finish from further wear.
Another method is our signature lines of furniture where we distress the wood before applying the finish.
Masters – uses a scraping technique to give the wood a natural weather aged look.
Sterling – uses scratches and some wearing of the edges to give the furniture a well worn look.
Classic – is a more subtle slight aging of the furniture but in a more gentle tone.
Old World Masters is part of the Ferrell Building Products Group. It was founded on the idea of preserving classic handmade artistry in the making of all our products we offer. We offer the option to work together with you to design and create any custom piece, we deliver high-end quality and exceptional aesthetic results.
Our skilled craftsmen work with close attention to detail providing one of a kind products that fit any individual style needs whether it be traditional, contemporary or modern.