How to Measure for Your Cabinet Doors

One question we get asked a lot is “but how am I supposed to measure these?”.

So, here are a few steps to measuring your cabinet doors at home!

Cabinet doors measurements are determined by the cabinet opening size and door overlay desired. Overlay is how far you want your door to go past the opening. Our standard is 1/2 inch overlay.

For example, on a single cabinet door opening, let’s say it measures 12 inches wide by 24 inches tall. If we use the 1/2 overlay the door would become 13 inches wide (1/2 inch left + 1/2 inch right =1 inch added in width) by 25 inches (1/2 inch bottom + 1/2 inch top = 1 inch added in height).

For openings with two cabinet doors and no center stile, take the opening width, divide by two, and add the overlay.

For example, a 24 inch wide by 24 inch tall cabinet with the standard 1/2 overlay would require two doors.

24 divided by 2 is 12. Add in 1/2 inch for left and 1/2 inch for right and you have 13 width by 25 (24 + 1) tall.

Always right your width first.

Measuring is not scary! Make sure you have your tape measure and your notebook ready to jot down measurements.


Of course, if you have any concerns, questions, etc. during the measurement stage, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 501-778-2739.

Zebra Wood matched grain

Here are the final pictures of a collaboration project CP&W did. We teamed up with an exotic veneer specialist (and incredibly talented designer) from here in central Arkansas, Tommy Farrell. Tommy and his team did incredible work!! 

What we loved most about this project (besides being able to team up with Farrell and the view of the place) was the creative work that went into making this condo have a modern pop to it.
This gorgeous wine rack was on of our favorite parts of the overall project (and no, we didn’t do any wine tasting). Currently thinking every house needs a wine cabinet as amazing as this one!
What home doesn’t need a “hidden” spice rack?? I love how clean and classic this looks inside the kitchen. Plus, you never have to ask your taller husband to reach your spices for you!
I think someone could do some major damage in this kitchen for Thanksgiving!
This is a special condo that overlooks the River Market, the Arkansas River, and Verizon arena. Talk about a view.

What’s new for CP&W

Hello all,

First of all, we wanted to say thank you! Our customers have been fantastic to us, and we are excited for what’s in store for C P & W.

Second, we want to say, sorry. We have been a little MIA lately, and that’s something we are working on.

So, what’s new for you guys you might ask? Well, for starters, we’re going to start being more vocal. We want to always be in engagement with our customers. So, if you haven’t already, click on that facebook symbol on our home page. Go like and follow us. We promise to be better at updating it… and who knows, we might even offer a give away (okay, we plan on doing a couple give aways… and soon. So go, right now, and like our page so you’ll always be in the know).

We also started an Instagram page. Go follow CPW1025.. If you have already been following our facebook site, you would know that our office manager, Sarah, made no promises to not fill your feed with funny memes, awesome projects we are working on for the amazing customers we mentioned above, and pictures of dogs.

We are also working on making the ordering process for all of our online folks (as well as customers who are more local but would prefer to use their computers for ordering) easier. It’s new and exciting and should be ready to launch at the end of this month. Please be looking for it as there might be a reward (give away) for a few people who give us constructive feedback on it as we know it will be a continually improving aspect.

Our instagram link:

Preview of what you might see:

Bella Grace (the one mean mugging) and Tucker

Thanks for being great!! Feel free to let CP&W know how we can better serve you for 2018.

Fiser Development

For the past couple years, we have had the privilege of doing business with Salem Homes Fiser Development. Dee Fiser and his wife, Masami, have worked hard to build a Community in which you feel welcomed, cozy, and unique. Their homes offer unique designs, open floor plans, front porches, and so much more. We have truly enjoyed being a part of this new Community right here in our home town.


Here is a little bit of the work we have done for Fiser homes in both their Olde Salem neighborhood as well as Creek Side


My favorite part about these Fiser homes is the simple, yet modern feel they give. From the fun colored Island, to the beautiful colored homes, Fiser has a way to make every home in their developments stand out. These spacious homes are great for families, young couples, and grandparents wanting to enjoy the next phase of their lives. Check out Salem Homes Fiser Development for more information… you won’t be sorry!

Shaker Gothic

One of our latest projects, a shaker style door with gothic glass. This was for a home in Mt. Ida.

Now, I just want to go cook up a snack, pour a drink, and cozy up to the fireplace (even if it is 90 degress today) and admire the beautiful craftsmanship that went into this home.

If you are looking for a fun way to modernize your home, shaker style is the way to go. This style is simple, elegant, and popular! The gothic glass doors add a fun surprise to the mix, making your kitchen (or bar, entertainment center, etc.) stand out.

If you want to make your dream Shaker style Gothic kitchen a reality, call us at 501-778-2739. We would love to make your dreams come true!

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