Dean Cabinetry’s articles about the cabinetry products they produce and distribute.

DEAN CABINETRY CABINETS IN THE NEW YORK TIMES

Check out the article in the New York Times Real Estate section featuring our client and interior design…

DEAN CABINETRY CLIENT HISTORIC RENOVATION FEATURED IN CONNECTICUT MAGAZINE

Read about our client’s stunning historic home renovation, featured in Connecticut Magazine, below! The kitchen features one of…

DEAN CABINETRY KITCHEN PROJECT PHOTOS SLIDESHOW

KITH KITCHENS BEAUTIFUL FINISHED KITCHEN TOUR

Kith Kitchens is a wonderful semi-custom cabinetry line that we carry at Dean Cabinetry. Their cabinetry line provides…

DEAN CABINETRY CLIENT RENOVATION FEATURED IN CONNECTICUT MAGAZINE

Read about our client’s stunning coastal ranch home renovation, featured in Connecticut Magazine below! The kitchen features our…

COMPANY PURPOSE

By Kevin Dean and the Dean Cabinetry Team At Dean Cabinetry we are working to build people, products,…

HOW TO BUDGET CABINETS

By Kevin Dean This article gives you the technique to budget your cabinetry. We know how frustrating it…

EVERYTHING ABOUT CABINET REFINISHING AND REFACING

Can I refinish my cabinets? We all know a fresh coat of paint will do wonders.  Whether it…

CABINET TERMINOLOGY: FRAMED, FRAMELESS, INSET & OVERLAY

When remodeling a kitchen there may be new words you come across, and certain aspects of cabinet construction can seem a little confusing until you understand them better. Here we’ll clarify the terms framed, frameless, inset, and overlay and what they mean in relation to cabinet construction and appearance.

DOES DEAN CABINETRY REFACE OR REFINISH CABINETS?

Refacing existing cabinet boxes with new wood veneer and new doors and drawer fronts can be a nice way to upgrade a kitchen because there is usually less disruption to the homeowners’ lives than with a more involved kitchen remodel. With refacing, the layout stays mostly the same but gets an updated look.