One Second Street, Kreamer, PA USA
Door Styles Available
- Raised Panel
- Flat Panel
It all starts with lumber processing at Wood-Mode’s highly integrated manufacturing facility. Wood-Mode’s own kilns perform an intensive lumber drying process that achieves the optimum moisture content required for the necessary stability of its custom cabinetry, furniture and architectural elements. Age-old craftsmanship is combined with the precision and accuracy of modern technology to provide meticulous control throughout the manufacturing process.
The finest woods are selected to ensure superior quality
Cherry: A richly elegant hardwood, characterized by a close grain pattern, gum streaks and subtle color variations. Cherry tends to darken with age—a natural process that enhances its warmth and charm.
Knotty Cherry: All of the natural character of Cherry, including knots and checks, gives it a true rustic Cherry Look.
Maple: A finely grained hardwood favored for its distinctive burl patterns.
Heartwood Maple: The rustic natural beauty of Maple, including its mineral streaks, checks, and heavier burl, is usually found in the wood that comes from the center of the tree.
Oak: A hardwood valued for its resilience and prominent grain, beauty and strength.
Pine: A warm softwood with swirling grain and random knots, purposely distressed to give it a softened antique quality.
In addition to the above wood species, decorative rattan, herringbone, olive ash burl, and bird's-eye Maple veneers are available as inserts.
The next step in achieving outstanding durability is choosing the just right components for each specific function. For example, while solid wood is the ideal material for raised panel doors and frame faces, it isn’t always best for sides, tops, bottoms and shelves where strength, stability and warp resistance are essential.
The company produces two full lines of customized cabinetry under the Wood-Mode and Brookhaven names, each with a multitude of storage options. Both feature solid wood doors and multi-step finishing processes, and both are available in traditional framed construction—where the door is mounted on a front frame—and contemporary frameless construction—where there is no face frame so the door is mounted on the cabinet case itself.
Our extensive selection of more than 85 standard wood finish colors, two standard finish sheen levels and 30 standard laminates satisfies a broad range of decorating tastes and lifestyles. In addition, Wood-Mode will custom match unique finishes to customers’ specifications.
Custom Cabinets by Wood Mode
Wood Mode is a custom cabinet brand that offers a huge selection of cabinet choices. They offer numerous door styles and finishes and their warranty is one of the best in the business. The products that you will get from this custom cabinet manufacture will be exceptional. If you are looking for cabinets and are under no budget constraints, this brand will be an excellent choice for you.
We installed Wood Mode and Brookhaven cabinets throughout our home in 1994. Kitchen, laundry room, bookcases, and three baths. They are beautiful cabinets in maple. The reason I bought Wood Modes for my home is because of the quality and warranty behind them, despite the costly price tag. My parents installed them In their home 51 years ago. Wood mode always stood behind them and even replaced cracked drawers. Anyway, we decided to go with the soft close hinges. Now, well over 10 years ago, the hinges are malfunctioning. I have nearly all my doors hanging open. My daughters have to keep their bathroom cabinets closed with a hair tie from knob to knob! They just about all screech very loudly when you open them. NOT what I thought I was buying when I purchased wood modes. As of now, wood mode will not do anything other than to tell me they no longer carry the hinges and they are discontinued by the manufacturer. Gee, I wonder why. I seriously feel they need to deal with problem in a satisfactory manner. Just exactly what does a lifetime warranty cover?
oldies are goldies
We bought a house with a Woodmode kitchen that dates from - wait for it - the 1970's. The finish is still perfect. The hinges are still strong. The doors are still perfectly in place. The drawer features (for pots and pans, silverware and cookware) are still robust and are the same design as more modern kitchens. No, it does not have soft close doors, nor fancy crown molding, Yes the color is out of date and the door panel shape is too. BUT,OMG, this kitchen is still going strong! So, I went to our local Woodmode supplier and found out that they can still match the existing wood color, they can customize, move around, swap out and replace with new all of the existing units if I want to make changes to the layout. I can get toekick valances, new panels, and have additional cupboards added to the existing ones. So I am keeping the floor cabinets and getting them updated, changing out the wall cabinets for a different color, and moving around the double oven, sink and dishwasher. AWESOME. And if I decide after, what, another 10,20,30 40 years I want to change out the bottom cabinets for newer ones - I CAN!!! If you want a kitchen that will basically work with you forever, then this is the one for you. If you want a kitchen you can update, customize and ring the changes with, then this is the brand for you. I'll let oyu know what it looks like when its done!
Wood mode cabinets in oak
Getting toast on oak Woodmode cabinets was the best decision I ever made. They are from 1995 and look new. One door is a little off kilter but you need to look really hard to notice. This was a weekend and summer house for many years but has more recently been used full time.
I thought I was throwing out my money after going for the more expensive Woodmode cabinets. Someone I knew got them and the guy who sold them to that person and us was great.
When the appliances needed replacement (dishwasher and fridge) a guy from the local Woodmode dealer got perfectly matched panels 18 years later. Built in gray rubber trash can needs replacement after 18 years - the local Woodmode guy brings it. My brooms make marks on the broom closet floor. They make a thin matching wood piece to go on the floor. Definitely a good decision if you want to do a kitchen once in your life and plan to hang on to your home. As nice as white cabinets are, it is not clear I would have had the same good experience with white.
happy with the cabinets after 3 years of use
I used Brookhaven framless cabinetry (a second line of Wood mode cabinetry)in a small kitchen redesign. I now have these cabinets for 3 years and they get some heavy use (4 member family with two early teen boys and I cook a lot!). The cabinets still look like new. The finish is mooth and very easy to wipe down to get rid of the accummulation of busy boy fingerprints. The custom option allowed me to utilize every scrap of space in my smallish kitchen. The cabinets came on time and with no defects. When I came up with some special ideas after some of the cabinets were already installed, the additions I dreamt up were no problem. I did have to wait for these additions, but it was not an overly long wait and it was only fair since I wanted the additions mid project (I dreamt up an extra drawer inside a garbage pull-out cabinet for plastic bags, since I use smaller trash cans that came with the cabinet; I wanted a larger trim on the bottom to better hide the undercabinet light fixtures and I wanted extra top trim to line wall/ceiling corners between cabinets to tie them together.) When one heavily loaded pantry pull-out drawer lost a central support about 6 month after the project was completed, the company replaced the whole drawer with its hardware promptly and at no cost.
If I ever remodel a kitchen again I will use the company with no hesitation.