Custom Cabinetry

The Amish cabinetmakers of Mount Vernon Millworks handcraft a limited number of custom kitchens and other cabinetry at our "off the grid" woodworking shop in the scenic Knox County countryside. We use Ohio grown hardwoods, cabinet-grade plywood, and the finest hardware to produce distinctive cabinetry for our mostly Ohio clients.


Log Cabin Kitchen

This kitchen features inset doors and drawers with bead molding, Blum hardware, custom pullouts and antique glass.  The island is constructed of walnut with custom black over red hand rubbed finish and reclaimed wormy chestnut top. Countertops are leathered granite and sinks are hammered copper.


The Seasoned Farmhouse

We are honored that Tricia Wheeler, professional chef and founder of Edible Columbus, selected Mount Vernon Millworks to build the custom cabinetry for her Seasoned Farmhouse cooking school in Clintonville. Tricia designed these cabinets herself, featuring diamond motifs and chicken wire in lieu of glass in the divided light cupboard doors. The cabinets are finished in a country white with hand-rubbed glaze. We made hand-planed ceiling beams with matching finish to complement the cabinets.


The Bar in Old Rusty

We constructed this bar from reclaimed wormy chestnut within the granary of a circa 1820 hand-hewn barn which Mount Vernon Barn Company dismantled, moved and reconstructed into a family special event and gathering barn. It was designed to accommodate a commercial bar sink and appliances and operates well for parties of 5 to 200. 


The Kitchen in Old Rusty

We built and finished the cabinetry in this catering kitchen from new Ohio oak to complement the patina of the hand-hewn beams in this circa 1820 hand-hewn barn which Mount Vernon Barn Company dismantled, moved and reconstructed into a family special event and gathering barn.


Kitchen Remodel

Mount Vernon Millworks built the cabinets and island for this kitchen from Ohio hickory featuring our classic inset doors and drawers and applied beadmold. We also supplied the white oak flooring and hand-hewn beams used to remake this 1980s-era home into an Adirondack camp-style lodge for the owner who is an avid sportsman.