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  • By Lisa Brody

Furniture quality cabinets

If your home is your castle, a little customization is in order. Braam’s Custom Cabinets, 2010 Cole Street, in Birmingham’s Rail District, is a family-owned company of custom manufactured cabinetry, all built specifically to your specifications at their 47,000 square-foot plant in St. Thomas, Ontario. “The cabinets are all furniture quality, ranging from traditional to contemporary, and everything in between,” said Birmingham general manager Anthony Viviano. Viviano explained co-CEOs Peter and Rob Braam established the business 35 years ago, originally as a three-man operation out of the family garage in southwest Ontario. Today, whether for a kitchen, living or family room, bathroom or closet, every aspect of their cabinetry can be individually selected from a wide range of specialty woods and unlimited finishing options and customized with furniture quality. Braam’s isn’t new to Birmingham – just to Cole Street – having been located on S. Old Woodward for 24 years. “We moved recently to this new location because it’s an up-and-coming area for designers, architects and it’s a great retail area,” Viviano said. “We wanted to be a part of it.” They are available for walk in guests as well as by appointment.

Business Matters for the Birmingham - Bloomfield area are reported by Lisa Brody. Send items for consideration to Items should be received three weeks prior to publication.

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