Peppertree Kitchen and Bath opened in 1986. Today, Peppertree has become one of the best-known cabinet manufacturers in the state. “We stay on the cutting edge of design with an unflinching commitment to quality,” says president Wyatt McDaniel. “We can build whatever cabinet design our clients are looking for.”

The craftsmen at Peppertree have honed their skills over two decades. “Our employees—our people—stay here, and the owner works in the shop to help tackle any challenges,” says McDaniel. “We run like a well-oiled machine and can produce an impressive amount of work in our 9,000-square-foot shop.” 

Whether you want cabinets for your study, media room or library, or want to level up your pantry or closet, the cabinet designers at Peppertree can help you choose the best wood species, style and functionality for your space. “We do so much more than kitchens and bathrooms,” says McDaniel. “Mudrooms, hidden bookcases, doors with integrated handles—you name it.”

“Our clients are very educated, they know exactly what they want and how they want the cabinets to work,” says McDaniel. “We love seeing ideas interior designers bring us.” From remodels and additions to new builds, the experts at Peppertree can help regardless of budget or project size.

Peppertree Kitchen and Bath

“Our cabinet designers are so knowledgeable. We consistently under promise and over deliver.” 

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What’s Ahead:

We import the Leicht kitchen line from Germany. More and more, people ask for its unmistakable contemporary flair and high-quality functionality. 

Excited About:

New trends coming out of Europe. Painted, rift-sawn white oak, or quartered walnut with veneer cabinets. Steel is still hot.

Fresh Ideas:

Taller and wider cabinets for a more polished look. More drawers and better organization within the drawers for better visibility and access to pots and pans and other items. Handleless drawers with tip-on latches and no-touch opening devices. 

Peppertree Kitchen and Bath.

7940 S. 1300 West, West Jordan

801-565-1654 @peppertreekitchenandbath

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