Gothic Cabinet Craft (CLOSED)

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Gothic Cabinet Craft (CLOSED)
Gothic Cabinet Craft

When shoddy particleboard and flimsy plastic won't do, this 38-year-old chain, which dots NYC with 26 locations, is a go-to spot for cut-rate traditional styles of bookshelves (from $49), platform beds (from $99) and TV carts (from $99) hewn from pine, birch and oak. DIYers will save even more cash by opting for unfinished works (staining will set you back a whopping $45–$80 on a small bookshelf). For custom pieces, expect to pay 30 percent to modify the size of a standard item, and $500 and up for a true made-to-measure job—not dirt-cheap, but worthwhile for dwellers of 400-square-foot studio apartments.


Venue name: Gothic Cabinet Craft (CLOSED)
Address: 104 Third Ave
New York

Cross street: at 13th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 10am–7pm; Sat 10am–6pm; Sun 11am–5pm
Transport: Subway: L to Third Ave
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I had my bed frame custom made by Gothic Cabinet Craft when I lived in Queens, and I've gotta say it's worth the investment. I have a queen-size storage frame with 8 drawers (4 on each side) and 4 doors (2 on each side) which stores my entire wardrobe (spring/summer on one side, fall/winter on the other) in addition to a small closet where I hang the few things which NEED to be hung. I opted for cheaper frame material, Pine, and a white-washed finish for a softer look without diminishing the woodgrain. All in all with tax/delivery I believe it set me back about $1300. I bought it about 4 years ago, and have moved once since, and it survived without sustaining a single scratch. So, storing your entire wardrobe in the same square footage as a queen-size bed in a NY apartment...priceless.

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