Twitter Resources for Kitchen Cabinets

Posted by: Lori Feldman on


We live in a global economy, so why limit your kitchen cabinet options when planning your kitchen design?

In this post on kitchen cabinets, we explore kitchen design resources and  share our window shopping list of 5 international kitchen cabinet manufacturers and dealers based on top vendor research we did on Twitter.

Have a look, if for no other reason than to see what worldwide trends appeal to you. Tomorrow we’ll share our resources on kitchen designers.

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  1. Glenn Madden known as@CabinetGlobal builds custom kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanities with hand made carvings inspired by his Jepara, Indonesia, locale.
  2. If you’re into antiques and traditional old-world charm, check out @OldWorldMastersin Tulsa, OK. They custom build kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanities, catering to suppliers for home builders needing pre-fabbed home components and to homeowners wanting to remodel their existing home.
  3. @InStockKitchens is an online discount cabinet company. They have a lot of pictures to show you the colorations and wood finish of all their cabinets, and you can order direct. The Live Support feature is nice because you can ask questions to a human as you browse their site.
  4. Théo Mineault of @kitchen_windows in the Ottawa/Gatineau area manufactures a line of green doors, windows and kitchen cabinets. Although Théo himself has passed on, his four sons began to apprentice in the company during the 1970s and are now running it.
  5. Reico Kitchen and Bath, @reicokitchnbath on Twitter, is another veteran kitchen cabinet dealer located in Annandale, VA, but with 500 employees and 19 retail locations. They represent nationally recognized domestic brands like Merillat, Masterpiece, Ultracraft, Custom Wood Products & Woodharbor kitchen cabinets, Wilsonart decorative surfacing, Moen & Kindred sinks and faucets, Virginia Marble cultured marble tops, Bally Butcher Block, New England Classic Interiors Paneling and other related products. Their approach to kitchen design is to start with the color and wood finish you like, then pick the material–and it’s not all about oak anymore.