by Christy Heitger-Ewing / photos by 360 Tour Designs

Who doesn’t love a “one-stop” shop? Just ask anyone who has had to traipse to four different grocery stores to gather all the necessary ingredients for their annual Thanksgiving Day dinner. This is the same reason people love Ferguson. Nationwide, the company supplies appliances, lighting and plumbing. Locally, however, they also offer a custom cabinet division, which is rather unique.

This year’s Home-A-Rama (HAR) at Chatham Hills featured a kitchen, pantry, and master bath custom cabinets, all designed by Ferguson for Wedgewood Building Company. The kitchen’s Mouser inset cabinetry includes all custom paneling on the appliances. There is also a bonus display cabinet with interior lighting. The island is made of a quarter-sawn white oak, and the perimeter kitchen cabinets are painted a warm beige. Cabinetry in the pantry is painted Fox Hall Green, a custom Sherwin Williams color. The home’s master bath features warm stained cabinets with a seated makeup station as well as a coffee bar.

For anyone who is interested in using Ferguson cabinets, the selection process is simple and seamless.

“The customer comes in and sits down with us, shares their initial ideas and maybe some inspiration photos,” says Jeremy Konechne, Indiana Area Sales Manager and Showroom Consultant with Ferguson Enterprises. “From there, we provide custom designs, created to address their needs.”

Clients can choose from a full selection of cabinetry (stock or custom), as well as a wide variety of colors and stains. Ferguson takes care of all the field measurements and creates complete 3-D drawings to help the customer better visualize a design’s end result. They place the order and schedule the delivery, though multiple design meetings take place in the interim to ensure that every detail is on point and to the client’s satisfaction.

Ferguson has several cabinetry designers on staff at the Indiana Design Center, their home base for their cabinetry showroom. Anyone can come in, walk around, and peruse the displays (they have ten kitchen vignettes on the floor). If you are interested in making design selections, however, it’s best to set up an appointment with a consultant.

Konechne says he and his staff are starting to see a trend from clients towards more wood tones in cabinets and, while white is always classic, designers are shying away from all white and instead gravitating towards a mix of stains and paints.

“We are seeing a lot cleaner lines on cabinetry than in the past,” says Konechne. “We are also not seeing so much of the intricately cut doors and things of that nature. Instead, there is a trend to make cabinets look more like furniture so, for instance, in this Wedgewood home we built a display case in the kitchen that really stands out because it’s got more of an armoire look.”

To see how Ferguson can transform your home, head to and do some one-stop shopping at their showroom located at 200 South Rangeline Road, Suite 101, Carmel, IN 46032.