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Amish/Mennonite Cabinet Makers in the DC/MD area

Posted by DCJersey (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 27, 12 at 10:48

So I have been looking into using Dutchwood cabinets in my kitchen renovation, but have hit a recent snag in that Dutchwood isnt taking on new projects for a couple of months and is trying to avoid traveling the distance to my home (I live about 2.5 hours away and they have a 2 hour limit). From what I have read on this website, the quality/value of Dutchwood cabinets cannot be beat. I hope that isnt the case! Can anyone recommend an Amish/Mennonite custom cabinet maker that does work in the DC/MD area?


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RE: Amish/Mennonite Cabinet Makers in the DC/MD area

You and dckitrem need to get together!

This thread has a suggestion from beekeeperswife.

Here is a link that might be useful: DC cabmakers

RE: Amish/Mennonite Cabinet Makers in the DC/MD area

Thanks for pointing that out! I scanned the titles of threads and misread that title! I don't know if this thread can be closed, but if it cannot, please direct all replies to the thread linked in Ginny20's post!

RE: Amish/Mennonite Cabinet Makers in the DC/MD area

Where are you located. I can give you the contact we used, but we are in Southern Maryland.

RE: Amish/Mennonite Cabinet Makers in the DC/MD area

I am located in northern Silver Spring. Just outside of the DC Beltway.

RE: Amish/Mennonite Cabinet Makers in the DC/MD area

As one on the south side of Bowie, I'd be interested, too. Given the fact that I actually buy a cabinet or two when I can? You never know!:)

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