We Will Be Open
10am – 3pm
Take advantage of our Signature Cabinet Refacing
Guaranteed Lowest Price
Update your kitchen quickly with our Signature Cabinet Refacing and get a kitchen with all the extras you wish you’d opted for the first time around.
20 Year Warranty
Our Signature Cabinet Refacing always includes a 20 year warranty. We don’t stop there. While some other cabinet companies charge more, we include extra features that you’re going to love including high end cabinet styles and finishes and your choice of cabinet color. That’s not all. You’ll also get designer glass, cabinet pulls and knobs, and even built in drawer organizers!
Faster Than Replacing Your Cabinets
Cabinet refacing is a fast and affordable way to update your kitchen. You get all the results, in a fraction of the time it takes for a complete kitchen remodel.
We Include What Others Charge Extra For
Built In Drawer Organizers
Cabinet Door and Drawer Knobs and Pulls
High End Styles, Colors and Moldings
Faster than replacing your cabinets
Guaranteed lowest price
20 Year warranty
Before Cabinet Refacing
After Cabinet Refacing
Save $1000 on Cabinet Refacing
On Any Cabinet Refacing Order of $5000 or More
Use Coupon Code: Save1000
Offer expires 8/1/16
Quality Custom Cabinets in Southern California
Cabinet Wholesalers provides quality custom cabinets in Orange County and throughout Southern California. Our clients get top notch service that you just don’t find with other cabinet companies and our cabinet design experts will guide you through your entire project.
From your first call to the end of the job, you can count on us to get the job done right. We’re a family run business with a long track record of designing, building and installing distinctive cabinets that will look great for years to come.
Why Choose Us?
Our team employs a strong partnership approach to cabinet design, and works closely with suppliers and contractors to provide your home with the highest quality kitchen cabinets and cabinet refacing at the lowest possible prices. Whether you choose stock or custom cabinets, or opt for kitchen cabinet refacing, you’ll know you’re getting the most bang for your buck.
We work with your budget to provide top quality cabinets. From design to installation, you can count on us to bring you the finest in cabinet refacing and built in cabinetry. We are committed to providing excellent customer service. Our experienced design team knows knows all the tricks to making your kitchen functional and beautiful at the same time. we
We offer a variety of cabinets and countertop options for your Orange County home. Choose to reface your kitchen cabinets, or completely replace them with stock or custom cabinets. Remodel your kitchen and transform your home with our huge selection of stain colors, door and drawer fronts and crown molding options. We have something to suit every decorating style, from traditional to modern to country cottage or shaker. Our design team is ready to create the kitchen you’ve been dreaming of.
Our Customers Love Us
“I was totally impressed with Cabinet Wholesalers. In the past, other contractors were not so good about sticking to a schedule, but Cabinet Wholesalers was great! They finished my countertops just in time for my big dinner party. My kitchen looks great. I am very happy.
The employees were all very professional and did a great job keeping the area safe and clean-especially with my 2 little kids running around.”Jessica Muncy
Not a week goes by that we don’t say, “I’m glad we did this.” All the people at Cabinet Wholesalers are so nice. The owner, Eirik, was honest, prompt, professional, and had a great attitude. He kept all his promises.
The price was incredible–other bids didn’t come anywhere near Cabinet Wholesalers’ low price. The quality and fine details were all there: soft-close drawers, spice-rack pullouts, and fine finish.
Would I recommend Cabinet Wholesalers to other people? I heartily recommend them, and I have even invited customers to come to my home to look at my kitchen. Once they do, they’re sold.Sandy Vietro, Laguna Niguel
We love our cabinets from Cabinet Wholesalers! It’s been a little over a year since installation and we still couldn’t be happier.
The design and construction is just what we wanted. We like the slide outs and all of the drawers are dove-tail. The trim makes the cabinets really stand out. These cabinets are really built to last.Fred and Nancy Gee, San Juan Capistrano
Latest News & Trends
9 Steps to Organizing Your Kitchen
You’re in your kitchen all the time. If you’re like most people, that kitchen of yours gets used more often than most other areas in your home. So it makes sense that organizing your kitchen would make your life easier. Here’s a guide to getting your kitchen organized.
Step 1: Empty Your Cabinets
What? I hear you saying it. That sounds like a lot of work. Well, how did you expect to get organized without starting with the basic?
Get everything out of the cabinets and go through it. Do you have duplicate items? Things you hardly ever use? How about broken kitchen gadgets? Then there’s the things you actually forgot you had.
Go through every drawer and cabinet and group everything on the floor. Take a serious look and decide what you can get rid of. Remember that your kitchen is short on space and the goal is to pare down to things you actually use and love, and to ditch the rest.
Step 2: Group Things Together
Sort your kitchen into groups by category. Go through each group on the ground. Gather your baking items together. Get your cooking utensils into one group. Have items that only get occasional use, such as special holiday dishware? Get those all together too.
Step 3: Get Organized
Now that you only have the items you really need organized into groups, you need to put them into their proper places. Put your coffee making supplies near the coffeemaker. Store your kitchen utensils near the area you use them. Consider the location to your dishwasher as well. You don’t want to walk and forth across the kitchen to put aware a dishwasher full of glassware you use everyday. Make things as convenient as possible.
Step 4: Get Some Containers
Using containers makes a huge difference in corralling your various packages of gravy mixes and other little seasoning envelopes. Some inexpensive plastic storage containers (even plastic shoeboxes) can keep them from getting scattered all over your cabinet. Don’t forget one for little boxes like pudding mix and flavored gelatin too.
Step 5: Get Control of Lids
If you’re like many people, you see to acquire an uneven number of lids and plastic containers. How do we end up with lids without containers and containers without lids? Get rid of everything that doesn’t have a fitting partner. Store them in a larger container to keep them all together. Do the same with your pots and pans.
Step 6: Use Lazy Susans
Take full advantage of hard to reach corners in the back of cabinets with built in lazy susans. Lazy susans can be built into cabinets making reaching awkward corners a snap. They can be used in unexpected places too, like your fridge, making it easy to each items in the back, or your upper cabinets, to hold medications or spices.
Step 7: Add Drawer Dividers
Dividing your drawers makes it easy to assign everything a spot. Even that junk drawer can get organized and you’ll be able to find things when you need them.
Step 8: Paperwork
Let’s talk about that pile of paperwork you’ve been acquiring. From takeout menus and coupons to various notepads, it all tends to accumulate on your countertop. Then you bring in the mail for a few days and – Yikes! Paperwork explosion. That’s not being organized.
Adding a kitchen desk with a file drawer can make it easy to keep on top of paperwork. No room for a kitchen desk? Look for magnetic sorter boxes you can stick to the side of your fridge. Keeping paperwork sorted makes it easy to find what you’re looking for, and keeping it off your counters will inspire you to stay organized.
Step 9: Clean Out the Fridge
Oh you. You KNEW it was coming but you didn’t want to face it. There’s always something lurking in the back, isn’t there? Okay, maybe that’s just me. We can’t ignore the refrigerator in this kitchen organization so get some trash bags and get started.
Try and make a habit of cleaning out your fridge once a week. Does your trashman pick up every week? Cleaning out your fridge the night before is a good reminder to get out anything that needs to be tossed.
Speaking of trash, I like to put the extra trash bags in the bottom of the trash can. Take out the trash and your new bag is right there, exactly where you need it.
Let’s face it. Kitchens can be one of the most expensive rooms to renovate. There’s no getting around that. Sometimes you just can get everything on your wish list and the the new appliances or flooring will bust your budget. Still – you want to give your space the look of luxury without costing a fortune.
Take Your Kitchen from Ho-Hum to High End
Use more than one kind of hardware
If you have large drawers in your kitchen along with cabinets, consider different hardware for them to accent your decor. Use pulls on the drawers and knobs on the cabinets, keeping the finishes the same to tie them together.
Adding some potted plants
Adding potted plants to your kitchen will give it a luxurious touch and a lived in feel. Consider growing herbs in your window that aren’t just pretty to look at, but tasty to eat too. Adding small potted plants throughout can bring your kitchen to life.
Unique light fixtures
Don’t be afraid of using unusual light fixtures. Think of decorative light as a little jewelry for your kitchen. Using unexpected designs will give your kitchen a custom, designer look.
Add something unexpected
Make your kitchen special by using items that are unexpected. Adding some decorative shelves, little mementos or interesting wall decorations can really stand out. The options are nearly endless and can even be changed out as often as your mood suits.
Something special to sit on
There’s not usually extra space in kitchens to add furniture too, so using unique counter stools are a great way to add personality..Use stools in interesting shapes and colors for a great pop of style. No room for a bar or island? Add a small stool to a corner of your kitchen to create a resting spot while cooking.
Get a new faucet
There are so many new options with kitchen faucets, you have a nearly endless selection of shapes, finishes and styles. Picking something that interesting in a finish that matches your cabinet hardware will give you a high end look.
Add some art
Walls can be a bit dull. Don’t be afraid to spice them up with some framed art. You can introduce color and texture into your space in a style that appeals to you. No need to stick with traditional subjects like food and drinks either. Go with whatever art you like.
Clear your counters
It seems to happen without even trying. Those clean counters suddenly have stacks of mail, toasters and spongers. Keep organized by hiding things aways in cabinets, or using decorate trays and baskets to corral them. Hide away your cleaning supplies in a caddy under the sink.
Add a rug
Don’t think you need to buy a kitchen specific mat or rug. This is a room just like any other in your house and deserves something stylish. Add a durable rug by the kitchen sink as another way to bring a bit of color and dress up the space.
When you’re planning a kitchen remodel, it seems there’s advice everywhere you look. While all that info can be inspiring and useful, much of it can be confusing or just plain wrong. With so many people giving advice, it’s hard to know who to believe.
Cabinet Wholesalers are kitchen design experts. Our staff is passionate about helping customers uncover a kitchen layout that meets their needs and lifestyle.
What are some common kitchen design myths you need to know about? Read on and find out.
Myth 1: Your kitchen budget should be 25% of your property value
Somehow, a misconception got started that you should spend a quarter of your home’s value on your kitchen remodel. The truth is, everyone has different needs to think about, and a different budget as well.
You’ll need to factor in everything that goes into kitchen remodeling, including counters, floors, appliances, cabinets, electric work and manpower. Nowadays you can spend 15% of your home’s value on a kitchen remodel and still get a good return on your investment. The truth though, is that there’s really so set amount or perfect formula that suits every project.
Myth 2: Stay away from wood countertops
In the past, it may have been true that wood countertops were not a sanitary option. Nowadays though, many wood countertops are sealed with a protective top coat and helps to protect your family from dangerous bacteria. Wood had a built in antimicrobial property that attacks common germs as well. With some basic cleaning, your kitchen can be sanitary.
Myth 3: Classic kitchens are either black or white
Who started this weird myth, I’ll never know. Maybe thinking it was a good neutral background that they wouldn’t get sick of? This is your kitchen. Go with what you like. If you have a palette or design you’ve always liked, it’s probably a style you’ll be comfortable with. The color scheme you want will make you happy.
Myth 4: There’s no need to hire a professional
Even if you think your DIY skills are top notch, or you think you’ll save a boatload of money doing it yourself, you need to consider if it’s really worth it. No matter how handy you are, you may need a talented kitchen designer to help you bring your vision to life and take full advantage of your storage space. There’s a lot of work that goes into a kitchen remodeling project so consider having a pro do it before you get in over your head.
Myth 5: Style is more important than storage
While a kitchen update is a great opportunity to create the space we’ve always dreamed of, you don’t want to sacrifice storage space in the process. A beautiful kitchen is important, but it won’t make you happy if you don’t have room for everything. When you strike a balance between style and storage, you’ll have the best results.
Ready to start your own kitchen remodeling project? Have more kitchen myths you’d like debunked? We’re the ones to call. 714-693-1111.