Filler Column assembly and descriptions of how they are used
Discussion of filler pull out racks when used in inset cabinets as well as things to watch out for.
Discussion of Conestoga's Flush Shaped Toe option, how to order and things to be aware of
Options to consider for inset drawers
Video discussing Conestoga's Leg Extension option for creating furniture look
An overview of Conestoga's RH cabinet for use over stoves instead of more expensive range hood options.
Discussion on top drawer design options when using inset cabinetry
Understanding Conestoga's base under counter microwave cabinets for integrated or set in place Microwaves
Understanding and designing with Conestoga's BEAL / BEAR base end angle transition cabinet
Designing with and understanding Conestoga's Blind Corner cabinets
Assembly operation of a Base 3 Drawer Equal Height Cabinet. Brian notes the overlay versus inset opening size issue and how drawer boxes and face frame will not be equal on full overlay cabinets.
What is a dust top and how to use it
What is the toe space side option, when should I use it, and assembly process.
Illustrates Conestoga's new finished side option called 'prep false door' where a door panel can tuck up behind a face frame extension
An interesting use of Barrister hardware (not supplied by Conestoga)
Explanation of Conestoga's flexible Wall Open Bookshelf
Using Conestoga solid wood or plywood as a counter top
Using a wainscot door panel as a decorative back splash
Video shows the option for base lazy susans where each 'leg' can be a different width, making designing the corner of your kitchen easier and 'filler free'
When a drawer is extremely narrow, it limits the panel options for that drawer front (same can be said for narrow doors). This video shows your options as you consider your top drawer front design.
In overlay cabinets, ends of cabinets can be decorated with a simple applied door panel that lines up with the adjacent cabinet doors the operable surfaces
Using a face frame and doors with a hidden base cabinet on a peninsula back
Separating stacked wall cabinets.
Designing with Conestoga's Case Only (CSCO) Cabinet
Conestoga's new 1 and 2 drawer cabinets used as an ideal window seat
Base filler columns and example of use in island overhang
Using end skins to cover vertical seams that result when you place cabinets back to back or stacked on top of each other
Refrigerator Surround Cabinets
How do your wall cabinet and tall cabinet heights relate to each other and why is this important?
Using a parting strip or other separator trim between stacked wall cabinets.
How do you get the look of classic furniture feet on your Conestoga base/tall/vanity cabinets? Use a valance and customize it to your needs as well as create a matching base molding for the sides of the cabinets!
A video describing what to order to achieve finished cabinet bottoms that match your cabinet exteriors.
This video demonstrates how to create and install inset frame/door panels on the ends of your cabinetry, carrying the inset look all the way around the cabinet.
Conestoga allows you to create virtually any cabinet combination simply by ordering a custom face frame (and doors/fronts/boxes). This video explains how.
How to measure for your finished ends
This video details information on apron sink bases including how they are cut out, supported, etc.
A video that illustrates the Conestoga standard interior and the Matching interior option which comes with an associated upcharge
A brief video describing the differences between our door overlay options (1/2" partial, 1-1/4" Full and 1-3/8" Ultra-full overlays) as well as inset/beaded inset
Describes one of our most popular and useful cabinet options, the Extended Stile (built in filler)
Discusses elements of a cabinet door such as Edge Profile, Framing Bead and Panel Raise and how you can dictate these elements at no extra charge to create truly unique designs for your project.
Describes the differences between doors that have solid wood raised panels, solid wood flat panels or flat plywood panels.
A brief discussion on the differences between traditional mortise & tenon doors and mitered doors and the features/benefits of each. A critical video to watch if your kitchen is in a humid or non-climate controlled environment.
An overview of some of our toe kick options including standard toe, flush toe, arched valance toe and furniture feet.
Describes the available decorative options for cabinet backs and ends. Helpful when determining how to finish off the backs of your island and/or peninsula.
Design ideas and special considerations while working and designing with Conestoga cabinets