P.O. Box 420
Jasper, Indiana 47547-0420
Door Styles Available
- Raised Panel
- Flat Panel
Open your eyes and dream. Of gorgeous new cabinets that can transform your entire home - kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets, home office cabinets, home entertainment cabinets, laundry, game room, any room of your home. Of Performa Organization System for kitchen cabinets, a new way of organizing that makes it easy to find and store what you need. Of custom accents and decorating ideas - plate racks, built-in bookcases and pantries, kitchen islands and bars, cabinet door inserts, appliance panels, wooden range hoods, display shelves, contrasting mouldings, complementary finishes, mobile islands, decorative glass doors and cabinet hardware - that will let you stretch your imagination like never before.
For over 100 years, Thomasville has built furniture in styles to suit every taste. And cabinetry is no different. As you browse this website, you'll almost certainly find the look that's right for you - traditional or contemporary, formal or casual, urban-country or Euro. Browse cabinet doors with inset moulding, beadboard detailing, Shaker silhouettes, sleek slab fronts, traditional arches, and more. Select from maple, cherry, hickory, oak and laminate in finishes ranging from wood stains to paints to premium glazes.
View our furniture-inspired Raleigh door style with its sculpted drawer front. Check out our versatile, customizable panel insert system and choose from bronzed wicker, faux Silverstone slate, and genuine patchwork burl and leather inserts, or create your own.
With so many options, where do you start? At The Home Depot, of course, where trained designers will work with you to create the plan that's just right for you and your home. Collect your favorite ideas from this website, then make your design consultation appointment today. You can view actual wood and finish samples in the store; and don't forget to ask for our catalog while you're there.
TIE IT ALL TOGETHER … To feel like a decorating pro, just look for the Thomasville name. Whether it's furniture, cabinetry, lighting or flooring, you'll find the styles you love and the quality you demand. Pieces, collections, entire rooms designed to work together and bring beautiful harmony throughout your home. Live. Entertain. Relax. It's Thomasville.
Thomasville is a Masterbrand cabinet company. They offer numerous door styles and finishes. YOu can only buy these cabinets at Home Depot and they are more expensive than many brands that offer the same features. The cabinets manufactured by Thomasville are a good quality and if you are at Home depot, you should check them out.
Not very good quality
The finish has not held up well at all
I ordered Thomasville kitchen cabinets from Home Depot @6 years ago and mine still look great. I don't notice anything peeling or anything like that. I have one lower narrow cabinet door near the stove my large dog jumped on and it bent a little but was easily adjusted back no problem.
I have had great experiences with the women designers at Home Depot and that's what keeps me going back. In my area, smaller, lower priced cabinet sellers are all men and lack patience and understanding and send in workers that are often also rough around the edges, to put it mildly. This is probably would be different in a more urban areas where there is more competition.
Clearly if you have the money you'd go for more top of the line, but in this price range my experience was very good.
Using the best painters tape still pulled off the laminate from cabinet
I had a professional painting company, they told me these are very cheaply made. I wanted the wall color change so they carefully masked off the cabinet to prepare paint . They called me in after they pulled off tape and the entire cheap laminate was pulled off with the tape. Now they are a mess. Nothing was noted about this from either Thomasville or Home Depot. They were overpriced, and are just awful.
Studio 1904 - How did the Editor Get it So WRONG?
First, the Editors seem to have a different opinion on all the cabinets manufacturers except one from those of us who bought them. So be warned.
The Studio 1904 are attractive and have some nice features; self closing drawers, soft closing doors but the quality of all aspects of these cabinets is so poor they are not worth half the price. As the other reviews state, there appears to be absolutely NO Quality Control during manufacturing. I had 7 wall cabinets that the sides were up to 3/16th of an inch higher than the face. A little difficult to mount "flush" crown molding on that. Thomasville's response "sand or plane them level". When you are adjusting the doors you will also notice that while the mounting holes should be at 2 3/4" from the top and the bottom, they are anywhere from 2 1/4" to 3 1/8". Just no pride at that manufacturing facility.
My finish, Bruckner, varies from a deep purple brown to a very light color of the same tint. Very noticeable on the crown molding, of which 2 sticks were warped a full 1/2" on both ends.
I could go on about the bulges and non-level bottoms and a number of other problems but it is beating a dead horse. So again, think very long and hard before you pay as much as you will for these cabinets. Definitely look at alternatives.
Horrible Thomasville Cabinetry
I spent $9,700. for white Thomasville kitchen cabinets in November of 2013. The cabinets were cracked at the so-called "seams" on all doors. The white paint on the doors was rough and and unfinished. It just looked like they slapped a primer coat of paint on the wood. After months and months of trying to get a decent quality, I finally settled with Home Depot the people who sold me these inferior cabinets. Each and every replacement door was worse than the other so I gave up. They credited me $4,500. While at the time I thought I'd live with the flaws...It has now gotten so much worse. All of the paint is crackling and ready to fall off. I contacted Kathy Veltri who at the time was President of Thomasville brands and NEVER EVER HEARD A WORD FROM THOMASVILLE!! I would never buy or recommend Thomasville cabinets--especially if they're painted. They have a failure product and don't stand behind it. I will now have to completely re-do my kitchen because of their worthless kitchen cabinetry.
For the money I spent, you'd think there would be better customer service and that Thomasville would get you cabinets that were blemished or damaged. There appears to be some quality control issues manifesting along with issues with their shippers. We experienced long turnaround times for replacements and then some didn't even show up (apparently got lost during shipper). They failed to acknowledge the problems and were terrible in following up to resolve the issue. Frankly, I don't think they care after they take your money. If I could do it over again, I would of gone with another manufacturer.
Paid $36,000 for white painted, full overlay, maple (all wood construction), Thomasville cabinets thru Home Depot who designed a beautiful semi-custom kitchen. The painted painted cabinet finish was so thin it was completely translucent and felt/looked rough like primed and un sanded wood. There were install problems due to contractor, but HD sent another contractor to resolve issues, reordered replacement cabinets or parts (as needed), and after seeing them, sent a paint contractor to completely repaint all the cabinets (door panels at shop and cabinet boxes installed in kitchen). After the initial install problems were corrected, we had no other problems during the next 7 years of heavy kitchen use when we sold our home.
What an inferior product!
Never buy Thomasville cabinets! The quality is SO low and the construction is pathetic. Not only is the product inferior but dealing with XXXt has been a living nightmare.
I will NEVER buy these cabinets nor I will not work with XXXX EVER again.
Please read this before ordering
I loved what I saw in the store. We purchased some from homedepot and then it began. First problem, my one of my cabinets was out of square. The door doesn't close without it scraping the other door no matter what adjustment is made. The contractor put it in and then tiled it. I would have to bust up super expensive tile to replace it. My two pantry cabinets drawers all fell due to bulging cabinets. Both of them did this. The backs come off with just a small bump and my drawer bottoms are falling out. One of my drawers where you pull the lever to take it out is just hanging there. I have to pick it up to shut the drawer. So... I called Home Depot, first they told me I didn't order from them!!! WHAT!!! Couldn't find it anywhere. I luckily still had a sticker on the inside of a door. Took a picture and sent it to them. Ok, here they come. Proclaimed they could do nothing with my cabinet because it had tile, offered nothing even though they both admitted it was not square. Tried to adjust it... Then said They had no suggestions for me on that one. Hmmmmmm ok so what about the bulging pantries I measured it towards the top then the middle. Nearly an inch difference. Again, I dunno is what I heard. So showed them my drawers that the bottoms were falling out. Ok, finially a winner of what the warrenty will cover. They sent me some new drawer, I had to remove the facings and put them together. These cabinets are awefull!! I have schrock in my utility room, with super heavy tools in it. Nothing has fallen out or busted in anyway. The thomasville drawer bottom with light weight medicine is even coming apart now. They look beautiful, but I hate them. I've been taken advantage of by Home Depot and Thomasville. Stay away from both. You'll get absolutely no help. I'm really thinking of a lawsuit. I think that will be the only way I can get them to do something.
Well made, good customer service
Our cabinets have been installed a little over a year now. The finish hasn't had any issues, and seems durable so far. We haven't had to use the warranty, so can't comment on that. There are a lot of custom options. I am happy with the options we chose. I was most impressed with Home Depot/Thomasville customer service. We had one cabinet door arrive with an incomplete glass finish, which they replaced right away. I was also told that they have fewer issues with Thomasville than other brands, and any issues they do have are resolved quickly. The installer used to own his own custom cabinetry shop, and said they were well made and easiest of all brands to install.( in that they were square and true)
The cabinets look nice from a distance, but there has been an issue with about half of the cabinets received. The list includes:
- loose panel
- crooked panel
- two crooked drawer fronts
- section of missed finish
- 3 panels with scratches/dents
- damaged corner that was stained over
Considering the amount that we paid for these cabinets and that they are on the higher end available at home depot I am really shocked at all the things we are finding. Perhaps Thomasville should invest in a tape measure. I am lucky to have a great handy man to fix many of these.
Ordered custom cabinets through Home Depot.
Received one broken base cabinet that had to be replaced.
ALL wall cabinets are junk. The holes drilled to support moveable shelves are at different heights. That makes installing stable shelves impossible.
Been trying to get this mess straightened out for over a month. TERRIBLE customer service.
many imperfections, just all around poorly made