Hello Louisville!

Here's a little bit about us...

Since 1964 Johannings Custom Cabinets has built a team of Custom Cabinet Makers, Skilled Designers, Master Craftsman, Woodwork Finish Specialists, and Lead Carpenters all with one common goal...to exceed the expectations of the client and have them say "Wow"!

 

We take pride in the time we spend with all of our clients, providing the attention required from the initial consultation to the finished project.

Our extensive construction background and many years of experience are an invaluable benefit of working with us in planning your next cabinetry and/or organization project.

DESIGN

Find a piece that speaks to you, and use that as an inspiration spring board. Pull colors from it, and build on it. It can be a throw pillow, a piece of artwork, or even something as simple as a dish towel.

BUILD

We offer custom color matches for our cabinetry. We've matched colors to magazine photos, a picture frame, existing woodwork, an antique piece of furniture, a towel etc.

INSTALL

Our cabinets are built to fit your space within a 16th of an inch eliminating the need for fillers. We build heirloom quality cabinetry by combining modern technology with craftsmanship.

“Don’t be afraid to give your space character. Our homes aren’t supposed to be showpieces, but rather ever-evolving representations of the people who live in them.”

On October 8, 1834, Louisville was formally settled by Henry Lautzenheiser, and Henry Fainot. The City was named after Lautzenheiser's son, Lewis, and called Lewisville. When the post office was established in 1837, it was discovered Ohio already had a Lewisville, so the spelling was changed to Louisville. 
 
In 1952, Louisville resident Olga T. Weber petitioned municipal officials to establish Constitution Day, in honor of the ratification of the US Constitution in 1789. On April 15, 1957, the City Council of Louisville declared the City Constitution Town. The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society later donated four historical markers, located at the four main entrances to the City, explaining Louisville's role as originator of Constitution Day.

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