About DL Miller Woodworking
D.L. Miller Woodworking of Shipshewana offers premium custom kitchen and bath cabinets handcrafted by our skilled team of top craftsmen since 1994. Dave Miller has been in the woodworking trade for over a 25 years. D.L. Miller Woodworking - custom built amish cabinetry of Shipshewana Indiana
Amish-Made Custom Kitchen and Bath Cabinets
We offer hi-end, Amish-made custom kitchen and bath cabinets. Our team builds our custom cabinets with attention to the detail and quality you've come to expect. D.L. Miller Woodworking has a well known tradition of quality and value in all the areas we work in, ranging from New York to California. Our custom products are competively priced and are handmade from the finest hand selected woods like cherry, ash, maple, hickory, walnut, and white/red oak (plain sawn and quarter sawn) and more (view wood species), including custom paints and finishes.
Handcrafted Custom Cabinetry that Lasts a Lifetime
Our custom kitchen cabinets and bath cabinets are designed to fulfill your needs for many years to come. Why? Because each of our custom cabinets are built around your needs. Whether you need your cabinets to be shorter, taller, wider or thinner with built in features and functions that make your kitchen and bath work for you and your guests. We custom build your kitchen and bath with you in mind.
Our hand-made cabinetry reflects our years of service to our customers. Using time-honored techniques, our team delivers the best quality and service. Simply put, D. L. Miller Custom Kitchen and Bath Cabinetry is an outstanding value. We invest more than time in every project we build but also provide customer service in the design and installation. Installs often done in as little as one to two days. We have built a reputation for designing and supplying top quality custom kitchen and bath cabinets and will continue to build that hard-earned reputation for years to come.
What to Look for in a Custom Kitchen or Bath Cabinetmaker
- Design Aesthetics
- Harmony in textures
- Harmony in colors
- Tasteful contrasts
- Current trends
- Design Functionality
- Work triangle
- Work cells
- Appropriate space for number of people using the kitchen
- Traffic planning
- Seating area
- Universal Design
- Design accommodates wheelchair use and access
- Design avoids the need to bend or reach
- Design that fills a custom need
- Fit of joints, cabinets and miters
- Smoothness of surfaces
- Finish quality and durability
- Quality of materials used
- Good listener
- Has an organized way to keep information
- Uses written change orders
- Is flexible to your wants and needs
- Is passionate about his work
- Shows respect for your budget
- Years of experience in line of work
- Years the company has been in business
- References (ask the following)
- Was the job done as scheduled?
- Was the work done to your satisfaction?
- Was the price the same as was quoted, providing no changes were made?
- Would you use him again? Would you recommend him to others?