4071 Hannegan Rd., Ste. K, Bellingham 

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Nestled inside of Homeport Interiors is the Options Cabinetry Showroom, formerly located just across the street. Here, you’ll find everything you need to inspire your kitchen construction or remodel, from cabinets and doors to knobs and poles. A computer and meeting table allow the Options Cabinetry team to sit down with clients and pull up potential kitchen designs.  


Planning out an interior can undoubtedly be stressful. Luckily, the atmosphere of Options Cabinetry is designed to be relaxing for the customer, giving your imagination a chance to take in all the possibilities for a new project. This is done by planning ahead, with the team at Option Cabinetry setting up the showroom to display items based off of previously inquired style directions, making it easier for clients to put together their desired project. The entire process is streamlined to make the client’s life easier. 


Creator Pam Muller put together Options Cabinetry in 2012When she was only 18, Muller and her husband created their construction company. Muller helped clients choose interiors and colors. The construction company sparked an interior design passion in Muller, so she went back to school at Penn State to get her interior design degree. Later, Muller earned her Certified Kitchen Designer certification. To Muller, every member of her 10-person team is integral to the success of Options Cabinetry. From the warehouse employee to the bookkeeper, everyone is essential in their own way. 


Inside the showroom you’ll find a variety of door styles and samples, cabinet displays, hardware boards, and countertops to choose from — all of the essential items you can add to your dream design. Options Cabinetry has many product partners across the nation, like Showplace Wood Products from South Dakota and Sollera Fine Cabinetry from British Columbia, creating a large and diverse collection.  


It was hard for Muller to choose a favorite, as all of the items at Options Cabinetry are top notch, but if she had to choose it would be the kitchen design for which she won an international design award. This kitchen in the end had beautiful raised panels with lots of details, a decorative door, and a huge island in the center with a sink and beautiful bar stools. The color scheme for the kitchen was a pearl white. While this specific kitchen was sold, similar items, like the large island, are one of Muller’s favorites that can be purchased in the store. 

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