Since the framing stage of the ADU build we have spoken with many cabinet builders to determine the layout and best approach to the ADU kitchen. I am very certain of the aesthetic that I wanted and the materials used. Minimal, custom integrated panels, no visible hardware, handmade, routered pulls and plywood.
During this hunt, Trevor Jones, my architect for the ADU, recommended his friend Colin Anderson and to take a look at his work at P’s & Q’s Market in NE Portland. I was completely charmed by the market and of the detail and Colin’s evident workmanship.
Colin is a second generation carpenter who had previously worked at Orange Construction and is now branching out to start his own business. After meeting Colin and his father, Steve, at P’s & Q’s for the first time, I was won over. Design meetings, site reviews and a couple of brainstorming sessions later, we had developed a plan.
Last week, the cabinets were installed. All of these images are the picture story of the install:
Building a platform is the first step in installing custom cabinets. Having a level base to install the cabinet boxes will ensure a level countertop.
In a week or so, the cabinets will be completed. Once all is finished, expect more photos.