Cabinet Brands

Here at Taylor Warner Kitchens we only use cabinet brands that we trust. At the end of the day it is important to know that we are installing quality cabinets in our customers’ homes. We feel like these brands can achieve any design you can envision for your home, in any budget. From traditional wood cabinets to high gloss and acrylic finishes, we can offer endless design options.

All of our brands are based in the United States and provide some of the best warranties in the industry.


Make an appointment with a Taylor Warner kitchen specialist at (813) 528-3101

Woodland Cabinetry

Instead of stocking cookie-cutter sizes and offering limited choices, Woodland custom builds each cabinet to your specification. Woodland knows the importance of staying within your budget. So rather than automatically including all available options as standard, we start with the basics and build up from there. You choose which upgrades and accessories to include. Woodland’s flexibility and affordability allow you to pick and choose the features that fit your style, your life, your budget… and your dreams. Hand crafted in the United States.

Plain & Fancy

Our family-owned company has been handcrafting cabinetry in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country for more than 45 years with time-tested construction methods. Our craftsmen bring your designs to life the old fashioned way with mortise and tenon joinery, dovetailed drawer boxes, and fine furniture making methodology. From classic to contemporary and everything in between, we’re going to create a room that is uniquely yours. To ensure that happens, our designer will help you choose options for all the finer details to create a signature look.

Yorktowne Cabinetry

Yorktowne Cabinetry by Elkay offers a nearly limitless array of styles, wood finishes and customizable cabinetry to create built-in furniture for the kitchen, bath, and other living spaces throughout the home. Every cabinet is engineered to last and backed by a lifetime warranty. Our commitment to craftsmanship begins with our product designers who create better solutions for the ever-changing American home, and continues with our craftsmen and women who bring the innovations to life. Our choice to use local forests and manufacture cabinetry in the United States shows our commitment to sustainability.

DesignCraft Cabinetry

Design-Craft brings premium features to every product. From over 40 door styles in a wide range of materials to furniture-quality, long-lasting finishes — high-end design options come standard with every style. With up to 60% more drawer space and an inch more depth in all of our upper cabinets, Design-Craft literally offers more space inside. And that space really adds up. In a typical 10′ x 10′ kitchen it’s equivalent to the contents of six more bags of groceries! Just think what you could find room for or clear off your counter. Design-Craft is a smart choice if you need to maximize the space you have and really want to get organized.

MidContinent Cabinetry

Mid Continent Cabinetry constructs beautiful cabinetry for the home. Their cabinets and vanities are built using time proven techniques to ensure consistent quality. They specialize in cabinet styling that is aligned with modern and updated home fashion. Through their Customization Program and Vanity Program, we can work with you and your designer to create one-of-a-kind cabinets for your home. The combination of well designed products, built to exact standards, delivered complete, when you need them makes Mid Continent the best value in home cabinetry.

Merillat Cabinetry

Based in Michigan, Merillat has been providing quality cabinetry since 1946. With manufacturing plants located throughout the United States, Merillat has grown to become one of the nation’s largest cabinet manufacturers. Merillat offers the best selection of stylish, quality products at a variety of price levels, and all Merillat products carry the seal of the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA). Merillat is leading the industry in consumer research to better understand what new home shoppers are looking for when purchasing a home.