Happy Clients

“Magnolia Classic Cabinetry designed, built, and installed our dream kitchen. They truly are unique because of their great passion to build a quality product. Mark's craftsmen are creative, professional, and very easy to work with. Magnolia's design and product was beyond our expectations, kept within our budget, and on time. We are now cooking and sharing our new kitchen with family and friends.. Thank You Magnolia! ”

David & Julia McMillan

“Mark is easy to work with, taking your own ideas and providing suggestions on making them even better. He is a master carpenter who loves his work, which shows in the finished product every time!”

Janet Eisses

“We used Magnolia Classic Cabinets for our custom kitchen in our new home. I was very satisfied with the purchase and installation process. I was especially pleased with their respecting the planned delivery and installation dates.”

T. Ferguson

“Your input into the design of the space and the type of product used made the choices much easier. We are always getting compliments from friends about how beautiful they look. We are very proud of the end product.”

Gerry & Linda Simpson

“It was a great experience having our kitchen designed and built by Magnolia Classic Cabinetry. Mark’s creativity and energy to complete this project was extraordinary. We simply love our new kitchen.”

Gefu & Kris Pruski

“There are lots of pretty kitchens out there but it’s the workmanship that sets Magnolia Classic Cabinetry way above the others. The entire process from design to installation was just so easy; not what I expected with such a big project. The finished product is exceptional.”


Frequently Asked Question

What can you expect during a kitchen reno?

Your kitchen is the hub of your home and will probably be one of the most disruptive improvement projects. You might plan to have a temporary meal prep area and possibly a sink. Eating out is a great idea option as well. If the kitchen are is the only reno, we can potentially seal off the rest of you home to prevent dust and odours migrating, depending on the scope of the project.

Should the floor be laid before cabinetry?

Solid wood, engineered, and tile flooring should be laid prior to having your kitchen installed. Floating floors such as laminate should be installed after. Since this type of floor "floats", there will be a slight gap by the cabinetry. We can install the toe kick after flooring to cover this gap and still allow the floor to float.

Can existing cabinetry be refinished?

Yes. We can provide you with a partial or complete on-site refinishing quote.

How do I maintain my kitchen?

Wood is not a friend of water so all parts of your kitchen are coated to protect them from moisture. Due to seasonal humidity changes these coatings cannot protect the wood 100%. Any water should not be allowed to sit and needs to be wiped off, including countertops. Cleaning your cabinets should only be done with a clean cloth and warm water. If that does not do the job Magnolia will gladly advise you. Hot objects should never be placed on any part of a kitchen, including stone or quarts.

Doors, cabinets and drawers will move due to the wood expanding and contracting. Our doors and drawers have 3 dimensional adjustability and may require repositioning, especially in the first year. Small gaps between cabinetry and drywall may appear from seasonal movement.

What colours or wood types can I have?

Magnolia is a custom builder so any choice is available. Options include walnut, cherry, maple, birch, mahogany, painted or stained.

What choices of countertops do I have?



  • Most popular
  • Very hard and durable
  • Extremely resistant to staining (no need to apply sealer)
  • Many colours and patterns
  • Allows for longer overhangs and spans between supporting cabinets because of its strength
  • Similar in price compared to natural stone
  • A seam may be noticeable, depending on the colour

Natural Stone


  • Very hard and durable
  • Will need to have a sealant applied periodically
  • One-of-a-kind beauty that is unmatched by manufactured stone
  • Similar in price compared to quartz but varying by selection

Solid Surface


  • Counter and sinks can be installed to become one seamless countertop
  • Any shape or design is possible
  • Nonporous, making them an excellent choice for food preparation
  • Damage (burns or scratches) can be sanded and any type sheen can be achieved
  • Cost effective: 20-40% less than stone or quartz

Plastic Laminate

(Post Formed Counters). Highlights:

  • Least expensive alternative

What are my hardware options?

All of our cabinetry is provided with "soft close" Blum drawer slides and hinges that carry a limited lifetime warranty. Custom hardware solutions are also available. We have an extensive selection of knobs and pulls but you can provide your own for us to install.

How much will it cost?

There are 2 choices to make concerning the price of your kitchen.

  • You can provide a budget to Magnolia Classic Cabinetry and your kitchen can be designed and quoted to accommodate the budget.
  • We can start the design process and consultation with an approximation of build costs.
  • We will provide a firm quote.

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