Quality - Style - Value

Features such as North American kiln dry hardwoods, dovetail joinery, soft-closing doors/drawers, are a cornerstone of every vanity we offer.

*features vary based on the model. Please read product description for full details

Vertical supports are used for strength and to help distribute the weight of countertops

Corner Brackets (Gussets) reinforce strength of the cabinet corners and also help distribute countertop weight. These brackets, also called braces, are secured with both wood glue and wood screws

Where space allows, many cabinets feature top row "tip-out" Bamboo drawers for handy storage of small items. The containers are removable for easy cleaning

Drawer bottoms feature brushed aluminum finish laminate for worry free storage of liquids, easy cleaning and a simple, modern aesthetic



All cabinets have drawer boxes crafted with classic English dovetail joinery. This type of strong joint has long been considered a hallmark of quality construction

Drawer box sides are constructed using either 13mm thickness plywood or 15mm solid white poplar



Shelves are made from ½ inch (13mm) thick medium density fiberboard (MDF) faced with stain or paint-grade wood veneers

Interior shelves are both adjustable, removable, and pre-cut with channels to allow for plumbing drain pipes and access to water shut-off controls



In cabinets with narrow drawer boxes, which allow for undermount sink placement and pipes, we use panels to improve the visual appeal of the vanity and to prevent dust from settling inside the cabinets



James Martin cabinets feature full-extension and 3/4 extension, soft-close, undermount drawer slides. These slides have quick-release clips for easy removal of drawers


James Martin cabinets feature soft-close door hinges. These soft-close hinges have dual adjustments (up & down / forward & backward) top allow for alignment adjustments after the cabinets are installed



Many of our Traditional and Transitional style cabinets feature decorative wooden backsplashes. These are included with the cabinets, so you don't need to order an optional James Martin countertop to receive one

All cabinets ship with full back panels. Since many of our cabinets are available without countertops (you may create your own custom design) our clients have requested we not pre-cut the panels, as the final plumbing locations vary

All wood cabinet interiors and exteriors are sealed with moisture and UV resistant finishes

Cabinet bottoms are made from ½ inch (13mm) thick medium density fiberboard (MDF) faced with stain or paint-grade wood veneers



Which Countertops is Right For me?

Marble & Granite

Quarried natural stone by nature have conditions that cannot be controlled, i.e. color, size, veining, fissures, & thickness, etc.

Granite, marble, limestone, travertine & any quarried products offered have been cut from carefully selected stone blocks produced by Mother Earth.

As a natural stone product, please understand that some stone may contain naturally occurring imperfections, which are characteristic of the stone.
Modern quartz countertops are an engineered (man-made) material created through a manufacturing process that mixes approximately 95 percent ground natural quartz with 5 percent polymer resins.
The result is an ultra-durable, low-maintenance, natural stone-look countertop available in an ever-expanding array of colors.
James Martin currently inventories two colors of quartz countertops. Snow White and Shadow Gray.

The durability of quartz means that, unlike other types of natural stone countertops, quartz resists staining or corrosion from cooking oils, 
liquids and most household cleaning products — so there's no need for periodic resealing of the surface.

Quartz may be damaged by excessive heat, however, so homeowners should use care when handling small appliances like curling irons.

Cleaning is easy. 
Daily maintenance can be performed using mild soap and warm water. Due too the superior durability of quartz, you may also use cleaning products like Clorox Anywhere, 409 Orange and even Windex.

No sealing is required.
These characteristics will include color and shade variations, geological flaws, irregular markings, voids, veins, fissures, cracks, lines and/or minor separations.
It is a standard practice by the manufacturer to repair these separations by one or more of the following methods: waxing, filling, or reinforcements with non-stone products.
All of these variations and characteristics are common and present to some degree.
However, part of the beauty of having natural stone is the characteristics, which will not impair the function or wearing of the materials.
Solid Surface
Solid Surface is an acrylic-based manufactured product composed of minerals, resins, and pigments.
Nonporous, durable and easy to maintain, solid surface countertops are finding more and more acceptance in bathrooms. 
The durable surface resists heat and rarely stains—and if marking occurs, it can be buffed out.
As the name implies, the surface is not coated but contains color all the way through.

With its seamless appearance, solid surface countertops are always an attractive option. 
Today's designs take style to the next level by mimicking materials such as granite, quartz, concrete and even glass. 

James Martin inventories a beautiful Solid Surface color named: Arctic Fall.
We also have multiple vanities which have countertops with integrated sinks in a Solid Surface color we call Bright White.

Maintenance & Cleaning is easy.
Follow the same suggestions we have listed for Quartz
No sealing is required.