Here at Emily’s Interiors, we always have something exciting going on. As you know, Emily’s Interiors designs and sells cabinets. Today, we officially announced that we have become a Plain & Fancy Custom Cabinetry distributor! We now offer three cabinet lines and Plain & Fancy is the first one that is completely custom. Want to learn more about this cabinet line? Here are a few facts about our newest partner:

About Plain & Fancy Custom Cabinetry

Plain & Fancy is a family-owned cabinet company that was founded in 1968. They celebrated 50 years in business in 2018! The company prides itself on its completely customizable cabinetry, which is finished by hand, one by one! Colors, textures, and various materials result in an infinite collection of finishes!

Custom Cabinetry

From traditional to modern, these cabinets are made especially for you and your home. Think of your cabinet as a blank canvas, sanding is the first and most important step. Every component of the cabinet is meticulously sanded by hand and prepared for finish. Through hand craftsmanship and state-of-the-art technology, Plain & Fancy then creates a finish, and each cabinet is finished individually, to ensure a durable and beautiful end result. To create a custom cabinet that lasts, Plain & Fancy installs soft close doors and drawers as well as functional storage like lazy susans, dividers, pullouts, and waste baskets.

Accessories

Imagine your cabinetry with the latest interior conveniences. LED lighting brightens any task, while rollout shelves, pantry solutions and multiple corner options bring everything into reach. Accessibility has never looked so good!

Delivery

Every cabinet is individually wrapped and receives a final quality check. To ensure safe and on-time delivery, Plain & Fancy uses its own trucks and drivers.

How Do I Get Plain & Fancy Cabinets Customized for My Home?

We are so glad you asked! Visit our Design Studio at 779 Hartford Turnpike in Shrewsbury, MA and our Kitchen Designers will discuss your Kitchen remodeling dreams, create your space in 3D, get your approval and get those cabinets ordered and installed, it’s that easy! Here is an example of a Kitchen we recently designed using Plain & Fancy Cabinets – we can’t wait to show you the end result! Looking for more information on our Plain & Fancy cabinet line? Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Houzz, LinkedIn & Pinterest!

We are so excited to start off the new year with a recently completed first floor remodel! This Berlin, MA remodel includes an updated open floor plan with a kitchen, living area, bathroom, and bedroom upgrade. Our clients asked us to design this remodel as if Joanna Gaines threw up on it (LOL). We believe we achieved their vision! Check out the details of this project below!

Before

Prior to our team designing/building the space, the first floor of this Berlin home needed a makeover. The area was dark and underutilized. We collaborated with our clients and created a design that would include an open floor plan where the family could relax, entertain, and really expand and take advantage of all the space.

Kitchen Remodel

The kitchen remodel includes vibrant stainless-steel finishes and a Whitehaven apron sink. The custom island offers tons of seating and plenty of counter space.  The kitchen cabinets are Medallion Gold and finished in Knotty Alder, cappuccino, which goes perfectly with the ice white subway tile. All the walls in the Kitchen, Dining, Bedroom & Hallway are Alabaster White by Sherwin Williams.

Living Room

To continue the farmhouse design, the walls in the living area, nook and TV received prefinished shiplap boards in a bright white. The shiplap is just enough where you do not need a ton of wall décor. The inviting space also features stained pine beams which ties the entire room together. 

Bathroom

This farmhouse style bathroom has an ice white ceramic subway tile that is currently featured on every episode of HGTV. The walls are painted in Metroplitan Grey by Benjamin Moore.

Master Bedroom

The master bedroom includes a 2-panel barn door outside the master closet with plenty of shelving within for tons of storage. Our clients asked us to keep the exposed brick in their bedroom and whitewash it to stick with the farmhouse design.

And that is the full tour! We hope you enjoyed this farmhouse design! For more projects like this one, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Houzz!