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Whether you have a unique space or distinct taste, custom furniture is a great option to elevate the look and functionality of your home. Not only do you get to enjoy pieces that are one-of-a-kind, you also get to maximize their potential in terms of space and storage. Our custom furniture experts discuss practical, trendy ideas that may inspire your next project.

Custom Furniture for Every Room

Here are some ideas for custom furniture for every space in your home.

Dining Sets 

  • Beautifully handcrafted chairs with upholstery in your favorite colors or textures
  • Live edge harvest table 
  • Dining table with a glass top and custom space for decorative pebbles or terrariums
  • Custom bench that complements the chairs and adds additional seating with a flair 

Bedroom Sets

  • Custom storage under or around the bed 
  • Specialized headboards or bedside tables
  • Dressers and wardrobes built to a specific size or area.

Office Furniture

  • A complete wall of shelves in a home library or storing your documents and office supplies  
  • A stately desk with custom storage and sizing based on your space

Other custom shelving and cabinetry for the kitchen, pantry, laundry room, mud room or bathrooms, fireplace mantel and surrounds, and more.

At Bucks County Cabinetry & Design, we specialize in designing and installing custom built-ins, tailored to your unique needs and lifestyle. Our master craftsmen build beautiful custom furniture that reflects your personality, adds storage and style, and increases the value of your home. We can even add a unique touch to your existing built-ins through architectural millwork that lends grandeur and elegance to your home.

For creative, custom furniture ideas, count on the experts at Bucks County Cabinetry & Design. Call us at 215-489-0851 or online. 

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Doylestown, PA 18902

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