Custom Cabinetry Services for Interior Designers

Interior designers have trusted Hansen Custom Cabinets for 57 years. Here's how the process works:

We can work from your drawings, or we can come to you, measure the job site, and learn about your vision, objective, budget, schedule, and scope of the project. We want to know what finishes you like, what materials you want, and what style you prefer.

Next, we return to our office to brainstorm, render drawings, and prepare an estimate for your review. Hansen has built every style of cabinet imaginable and can share with you popular styles and features that can add resale value. With hundreds of samples onsite, we can show you samples of wood species, finishes, colors, door styles, and hardware. Our estimate will include a hardware allowance. You can browse hardware online here.

Upon receipt of your approval and down payment, we go into production. Our cabinet makers create one-of-a-kind custom cabinetry solutions tailored to the unique needs and dimensions of each home.

Hansen can install the cabinets we build, but we do not act as a general contractor. If you need countertops, electrical, or plumbing, we can provide a list of reputable sources upon request.

We can create many different finishes including:

  • stain-and-glaze
  • paint-and-glaze
  • distressing
  • rub throughs
  • high gloss
  • standard stained cabinets
  • painted

We build any style of cabinet, including traditional, luxury lake home, contemporary city penthouse, family-friendly rooms, mid-century modern, rustic country, sophisticated, and hybrids of the above.

The majority of our builds take place in our shop as opposed to on site. That means less mess in your home, finer accuracy in the construction, and fewer days for installation.


Reach us online, at (847) 356-1100, or .

Hansen Custom Cabinets, Inc.
23418 Apollo Ct
Lake Villa, IL 60046
(847) 356-1100
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Cabinet Care Tip:

Care and maintenance are quite easy. After installation and about twice a year thereafter, you should clean your cabinets with a mild, non-abrasive soap and water solution applied and dried with a soft cloth. Wipe up any spills as they occur and take care to wipe up any water around the places that are susceptible to moisture (around the sink, dishwasher, oven, etc). Read more tips