Olympica offers Handymen and DIY-ers an easy and convenient features and services to install their own Custom Kitchen cabinets, Bathroom Vanities, and Closet systems.
In order to purchase your cabinets or closets parts, you need to have basic knowledge of cabinetry. If you DO, you can go directly to our STORE PAGE. and select your desired products.
If you are NEW to cabinetry, please refer to the basic instructions below:
We have a large variety of Cabinet/Closet Boxes you can choose from at our STORE PAGE. So be careful choosing the right pieces
Our cabinet panel materials come in White Melamine or Prefinished Birch Plywood (5/8” thick for Cabinets and ¾” thick for Closets). Based on the style of the cabinets you chose, you have to select the right material.
Check the sides!
You have to choose if the cabinet includes an end panel on the right or left side of the cabinets.
If the cabinet is at the right end or the left end of your kitchen and its’ side is visible. The end panel is placed there (based on the style that you chose.)
At last, you have to choose if you would like to have it assembled together and ready for installation.
At this step, you can choose the handles you would like on your cabinets. We recommend certain handles which would match each style. You can see them at our Styles Section.
However, you are free to choose any handle that you like.
Just make sure you get the right quantities!
We respect the time that handymen and DIYers put in order to do their projects themselves, therefore we provide free help and instructions through email. Our technicians will answer your questions as soon as they get the chance to do so.
Before you start your amazing shopping experience at Olympica Store and set your heart in THAT fabulous new kitchen cabinets and/ or bathroom cabinets, take in consideration the following:
Before you set your heart in those new custom kitchen cabinets that big enough to have an all-you-can-eat dinner party in them, but you have only a small space to place your dream oven, you are in trouble. First, determine how much space you have and willing to use before you shop.
Measure twice and cut once is the industry motto.
In the case of a kitchen, how much space is there to put your condiments, blender, food processor, waffler, toaster, rollers, silicone bakeware, bowls, plates, to name a few. So, depending on the available space and the dimensions of your room you might have to make decision regarding the functionality of your custom kitchen cabinets.
Always keep in mind you want more storage space.
“The key to a good interior design is to create balance and unity throughout the entire house not only a single room.” say the best designers in our industry. Unfortunately, many DIY-ers and handymen, overlook this feature. Consistency is important; thus, consider the style of your other rooms before you start your DIY kitchen cabinets.