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How to Design – and Customize – Kitchen Cabinets to Your Specifications

When you’re ready to create a new kitchen, a good first step is to do some research. Visit websites and browse publications from knowledgeable sources like Houzz, Architectural Digest, Westchester Home and other shelter magazines to spark inspiration. Give some thought to the look and feeling of spaces, as well as to the energy and ‘flow’ of the spaces.

One of the most crucial aspects of kitchen design is determining how you will live, work, entertain guests and use your kitchen – daily and weekly as well as on special occasions. That’s just as important to creating your dream kitchen as actually defining the dimensions, finish and cabinetry that your kitchen will need.

Continue the process with a detailed conversation about what your visions are for your kitchen. Following that, it’s time to draw up an initial design and take some measurements at your home. If you’ll be working with other professionals, it’s time to begin the selection process based on recommendations from trusted friends and colleagues.

 

 

East Hill Cabinetry + Mouser = Quality and Fine Craftsmanship

The award-winning kitchen design firm, East Hill Cabinetry, has been serving the Westchester County area for a decade, and president and company founder, Anthony Maucieri, says, “We’re very proud of the fact that nearly 100 percent of our clients have come to us as referrals from another satisfied customer. Positive word-of-mouth is our driving force.”

East Hill Cabinetry works with many talented architects, interior designers and contractors and is highly recommended by regional professionals. “That’s why they call us ‘the pros’ choice,’ because we typically work together with others as part of a team,” says Maucieri. “We always want to create an outstanding experience for our customers, and we are totally invested in each project, every step of the way.”

Once you’ve selected the cabinet styles and finishes you prefer, cabinets can be built to your exact specifications.

Mouser Cabinetry, a Kentucky-based maker of custom cabinets for more than 60 years, shares East Hill Cabinetry’s devotion to fine craftsmanship and timeless designs. They earned the environmental stewardship certification from the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association for their commitment to utilizing environmentally responsible materials and coatings. Mouser’s skilled artisans create elegant natural wood cabinets and finish them with oven-cured catalyzed sealers and topcoats to bring your dream kitchen into reality.

“All of the Mouser cabinets are fully customizable, and we value our working relationship with them,” says Maucieri. “They’re reliable and they understand the importance of fulfilling the specific cabinet design needs of each project to achieve our customers’ goals and vision.”

 

 

Why Choose East Hill Cabinetry?

Maucieri shines a spotlight on one goal – customer satisfaction – and says, “We make sure our clients get a great experience and that their job is done right. People trust our design skills and our professional insight. Our approach is personalized, and tailored to what each person wants.”

Customers know how invested East Hill Cabinetry is in their project because they’re hands-on, every step of the way, treating every project like it’s their own. Their core values shine through, from initial consultation to final walk-through once work is completed.

East Hill Cabinetry designs custom kitchen cabinet solutions for every home. Founded in 2007, they serve Westchester County and nearby communities in the Hudson Valley. In 2012, they garnered “Kitchen of the Year” and, most recently, were named “Best Home Professional for 2017,” both by Westchester Home magazine.

Visit their website or give Anthony Maucieri a call today to start creating the kitchen you’ll love for years to come.

East Hill Cabinetry
305 Central Avenue
White Plains, NY 10606
Phone: (914) 432-7341
easthillcabinetry.com


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