Please join us at a home dedication for a very deserving military family,  taking place Thursday at 9:45 am at Santa Rita Ranch in Liberty Hill. We will be welcoming U.S. Army Spc. David DeTuccio and his family to their new home as a part of Operation Finally Home.

Operation Finally Home is a national, non-profit organization that brings together experienced home builders, suppliers, and supporters to build and then donate, mortgage-free homes to wounded, ill or injured veterans, surviving spouses and their families.

Burrows Cabinets was honored to be a part of our 2nd “Operation Finally Home” build this year. We are grateful for the privilege to be one of the many contractors, suppliers, donors and the community who contributed materials, equipment and labor to honor this military hero and his family with a mortgage-free, custom-built, beautiful home.

Words are not enough to express gratitude for the sacrifices made by our military personnel. To find out more about Operation Finally Home visit

Operation Finally Home Invite


The trend this year has been towards the modern look and in particular, the appearance of floating, from hover boards, floating wedding cakes, TVs that appear to float on the wall, to our very own floating vanities and floating shelves.

Floating vanities and shelves provide an open look and clean lines, and the visual intrigue of the construction method makes a room more interesting.  Below are photos of our floating shelves and vanities for modern design inspiration.

Burrows Cabinets - celebrating 45 years serving central Texas

Burrows Cabinets is celebrating 45 years in business this year!  From 1971 to 2016 Burrows Cabinets has been building custom cabinets and creating storage solutions for home builders in central Texas.  We are grateful for our amazing customers and we look forward to many years of continued service to all of the best new-home builders in the business!

Burrows Cabinets' kitchen with Shaker doors in Bone white and Dallas feetCongratulations to the home builders who have taken the procedural steps to install their prefinished cabinets after trim, paint and tile to help mitigate trade damage and avoid post-installation cabinet restoration. We’re excited about the success we’ve had so far with fewer call backs for restoration when cabinets are installed later in the building process, and we know the end result is happier homeowners.

We recommend installing prefinished cabinets after trim and paint at a minimum, and ideally after tile, as well as taking measures to prevent post-installation damage.
Trying to restore cabinetry to its original beauty after damage during paint, trim and flooring installation results in a product with visible touch-up, and the end result is reduced customer satisfaction.
Call us today to discuss best practices for cabinet installation scheduling and trade damage abatement.

After being introduced, our new, rich-brown Kona color has become a very popular choice for homeowners, and we’ve gotten great feedback on the finished product!  Below is a gallery of different cabinet door styles and wood species in Kona as well as several photos that show the end product in the home for design inspiration.

Burrows Cabinets bathroom cabinets in Kona with separate his and hers vanities Burrows Cabinets' Beech wall cabinets in Kona stain with glass door inserts Study with built in bookshelves with Kona finish by Burrows Cabinets Burrows Cabinet's kitchen in Beech with Kona stain and glass upper cabinet doors Burrows Cabinets' kitchen cabinets in Beech with Kona stain and glass upper cabinet doors Burrows Cabinet's kitchen in Beech with Kona stain and glass upper cabinet doors