Showcase Kitchens designs and manufactures exclusive custom kitchens for homeowners, architects, interior designers, custom builders, and contractors.
Primarily, we have worked in the greater New York Tri-state area, but we have also designed projects in Florida, California and the Caribbean for our clients’ second homes. We travel wherever our clients desire us to go. We also design and manufacture custom baths, built-in home libraries, media rooms and closets, as well as custom furniture.
To get a clear understanding of a client’s specific design needs, our designers hold private consultative meetings, asking for their input. While other design firms start with generating computerized designs, our designers are artisans who use old-world craftsmanship to create initial, hand-drawn renderings before converting them to detailed engineered plans, using state-of-the-art, computer-assisted design programs. This distinct, two-stage process not only generates greater creativity and unique designs, but also enables clients to visualize what their project will look like upon completion.
Showcase Kitchens employs a hands-on, “team” approach that assures that our entire design staff participates in each project with each member lending their expertise. This system keeps our design team innovative, keeps projects running smoothly and ensures that no detail goes unnoticed. Showcase Kitchens offers personal jobsite supervision and outstanding support services from preliminary concept design to installation and beyond.
STEPS OF SERVICE
This initial meeting usually takes place in our showroom. It’s a brief conversation of wants and needs. By the end of this conversation, you’ll have a general idea of what’s possible for your new kitchen. Once you decide that we are the right fit for your project, a deposit due which allows your designer to begin work on designing your new kitchen.
This is the main part of the project. This is when your designer works with you to choose the elements of your new kitchen, including cabinet lines, countertops, backsplashes, finishes, colors, and accessories. In this step, samples are presented and compared.
Once the design concept of your new kitchen has been finalized, we place orders to begin production of cabinetry and any other necessary elements, including appliances, tile, countertops, etc.
Once the bones of your new kitchen are in place (walls, plumbing, electrical, etc), our operations manager works with you to choose a day to have the cabinets and other elements installed.
This is a home visit, where we will carefully inspect each detail of your new kitchen and resolve any issues as needed.