Many homeowners use entertainment centers for their TVs, and freestanding bookshelves for books and magazines, and even include pieces of furniture such as desks for writing or computer usage. Our living spaces, especially since the emergence of Covid, have become more widely used now, more than ever! As technology usage continues to increase, these spaces have become much more versatile, as well. Consider your current living spaces now. Do you have several pieces of furniture, all serving their own purpose? Does your space seem cluttered? (more…)
Many homeowners spend countless hours poring over the many choices of styles, wood type, color, and layout of custom kitchen cabinetry. And once installed, it is just assumed that the hard work is done, and now it’s time to sit back and enjoy the handiwork. There are certain things that should never be used on the cabinet surfaces, and methods to cleaning that, if known, can help to ensure that your cabinets are around and beautiful for years to come! (more…)
Many people spend much of their waking hours in a bathroom… more hours than one would like to think! As such, the bathroom needs to be extremely functional to ensure that mornings are not slowed down and evenings are just as relaxing as one could expect. Bathroom design is gaining more popularity with the variety of cabinet choices – everything from the most traditional, to old world, contemporary, elegant, modern, and trendy, and the list goes on. Possibilities are nearly endless. And, even within the styles, the functionality of each cabinet can be considered and maximized to the point that every space is effectively and efficiently utilized. The bathroom needs to be the most efficient room in your home especially for families as mornings can be a very stressful time. (more…)
Many people dream of the perfect kitchen. Big. Spacious. Plenty of storage. Whatever your goal, there are many factors to consider. We’ve put together a listing of our top reasons why you might want to go ahead and schedule that kitchen remodel or cabinet upgrade you’ve been thinking about for a while now.
Consider the layout and functionality of the various ‘zones’ in your kitchen. Perhaps there are too many appliances on the countertop (coffee maker, toaster, toaster oven, microwave, blender, etc.). (more…)
The decisions, when building a new home or remodeling a home you’ve been in for years, can be exhausting! Considering everything from layout to finishes and everything in between, most homeowners attempt to create a functional but stylish space that fits any existing styles within the home. One question that is often asked is whether or not to match the kitchen cabinets and the bathroom vanities. There is no right or wrong (more…)
For over 40 years, Danner’s Cabinet Shop has been providing quality, customized cabinets for all sorts of homes, businesses, and customers. As a family-owned and operated company, located in Ramsey, MN we have remained in business as a direct result of our highly satisfied customers. In the 40 years that we have been open, we have done a lot of bathroom vanities and cabinets. From the smallest of spaces to an entire renovation of a massive room, we’ve seen it all. We’ve had quirky, uneven walls, interesting floor plan designs and truly the most fun and interesting requests that ended up as genius ideas. If you are looking for a custom bathroom vanity for your home, consider your local shop here at Danner’s Cabinet Shop. We put our customers first and bring to life our customers’ dreams. (more…)
It seems like everyone these days loves a house with character, one that maintains its original “charm,” include as many “traditional” details as possible yet include an open floor plan… making everything obvious as soon as one opens the front door. Even with remodels, this same wish list seems to apply. Open floor plans were not a “thing” when a historical house was built. So, how does one balance these wishes? How does one include modern-day appliances and features in kitchens and baths, but still maintain that old-world charm that is so unique in historical homes? It is a fragile issue, but the experts at Danner’s Cabinet Shop have had years of experience when it comes to creative and unique cabinet designs that merge the old with the new. (more…)
Are you looking to make your existing home more personal? Do you feel like the inside of your home looks just like the rest of your neighbors? One way to personalize your existing home without having to break the bank account is to consider custom cabinetry for your home. Serving Ramsey, MN, and the surrounding area, let the team at Danner’s Cabinet Shop get to work on your custom cabinetry throughout the home. Imagine if every room in your home had custom storage spaces. (more…)
When you think about making an investment in your home, you probably try to balance the cost of the upgrade with the value that it brings. In the back of your mind, you want to always make sure that any potential upgrades improve functionality and meet your needs while also improving the resale value of your home, should you ever decide to move. High quality custom wood cabinets are an incredible investment in your home and only increase your home’s value. Danner’s Cabinet Shop has been designing, building, and installing high quality custom wood cabinets in homes all over the Twin Cities area for more than three decades. We can help you choose the perfect new cabinets to complement your home by working directly with you. Imagine custom cabinets that utilize every inch of you space. (more…)
Cambria countertops are made local in MN and are natural, attractive, and exceptionally strong additions to bathrooms and kitchens. Understanding the benefits and the manufacturing process are helpful to understand why these countertops are great for any home. Let Danner’s Cabinet Shop of Ramsey, MN help your custom design, create, and install your new cabinets and Cambria countertops.
Cambria Vs Granite
While both Cambria and granite countertops offer the look of natural stone, Cambria is 93% quartz (7% resin and pigments) which is an extremely hard material. Therefore, Cambria is about twice the strength of granite. Granite is made up of only about 40-60% quartz. With Cambria countertops, you get the look and feel of granite, (more…)