Nick Miller Design provides cabinetry drawing sets to cabinetmakers and kitchen designers who do not have the time or capabilities to create the sets themselves.
The company's owner, Nick Miller, says he is able to draw kitchens, baths, home offices, libraries, mudrooms, theater rooms and other built-ins - all custom-based. Miller can also output shop drawings, showing as much detail necessary for the particular application. Miller says his services may be useful to companies looking to capture a larger market share, but that are unable to hire anyone new. Completed drawing sets are usually returned within 48 hours as a pdf, according to Miller, and he can output in any paper size or scale. Cost varies with the plan and detail level required.
Examples of Miller's work are on his website, www.nickmillerdesign.com, along with the answers to some common questions.
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