What You'll Get
Filling rooms with custom-built furniture can add improved functionality to eccentric spaces, from L-shaped living rooms to antigravity guest baths. Spruce up strange homesteads with today's Groupon: for $149, you get $300 worth of custom cabinetry, furniture, and more at Best Cabinets on West Cortland Street.
Best Cabinets fashions custom furnishings, built-ins, and more using handpicked lumber from the company's 100 acres of Wisconsin woodlands. Each log is cut at Best Cabinets' in-house sawmill, where wood is air-dried, then placed in a dehumidifier kiln to reduce it to 6%–8% humidity—the optimum moisture content for cabinet making. From these carefully prepared raw materials, Best Cabinets' well-trained plank whisperers build custom furniture ($200+) and kitchen cabinets ($200+) using decorative hardware ($5+) to create handsome hiding places for stashes of collectible Funyuns.
Best Cabinets can also fix up cabinet surfaces with cabinet refacing, a two- to four-day process that usually costs half as much as a new set of cabinets. During refacing, Best Cabinets replaces exposed areas with solid wood, laminates, or a rigid vinyl film called Thermofoil before swapping out door and drawer fronts for newer, sleeker models ($200+), thereby erasing evidence of everyday use and Julia Child's nunchaku attacks.
Customers must come to the showroom to discuss plans for custom work.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.