A Legacy of Craftsmanship

Fifty years ago, our father started building custom cabinets by hand. A true craftsman, he valued detail, quality materials, and service that felt like family. Those values were passed down to my brother and I, and for the past 20 years we have seen our fathers small business turn into a company built on exceptional quality and the promise to go above and beyond. That’s how he raised us, and that’s what has made DeWils grow into the finest that custom cabinetry has to offer.

Tracy & Randy Wilson, 2nd Generation Owners

All In the Details

DeWils offers premium standard features that other manufactures charge as upgrades. We see beautifully dovetailed drawers, hand sanding and staining, and soft self-closing drawers as an opportunity to bring you our best and honor our dedication to craftsmanship. Above all, our commitment to quality means taking the time to do the job right—using old-world artistry to create your dream kitchen and home. We’ve been raising the standard of cabinetmaking for 50 years creating heirloom-quality custom cabinetry, one kitchen at a time.

Built for a Greener Future

Environmental stewardship has been our way since the very beginning. We follow a strict waste reduction plan, recycle as much as possible and adhere to the following environmental guidelines and practices:

  • Low-VOC finishes
  • Low or no added formaldehyde plywood
  • SFI-certified packaging
  • Japan Four-Star Certified
  • Compliance with CARB standards
  • Sustainable, certified wood suppliers

We will continue to take steps to minimize our carbon footprint. Not just because it’s good business, but because it’s the right thing to do.

Strong is the New Pretty!

Like you, DeWils puts family first. We’ve been a family owned and operated manufacturer of fine custom cabinetry for almost 60 years. We believe that quality and integrity are the cornerstones of our business, and our goal is to create exceptional style and function for you and your family. See the craftsmanship that goes into our products, and discover the DeWils difference.