Artistic Kitchens & Baths Announces New Raleigh Studio Location on Peace Street, Raleigh, N.C.

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Artistic Kitchens & Baths, the Sandhills area’s leading custom cabinetry design, build and install firm, announced the opening of its new Raleigh studio location. Now located in a quaint historic house at 516 W. Peace Street just east of Glenwood, the location will serve as a cabinetry design resource for builders, interior designers and homeowners alike.

Artistic Kitchens & Baths, the Sandhills area’s leading custom cabinetry design, build and install firm, announced the opening of its new Raleigh studio location. Now located in a quaint historic house at 516 W. Peace Street just east of Glenwood, the location will serve as a cabinetry design resource for builders, interior designers and homeowners alike.

The Raleigh studio is staffed with three professionals. Whitney Wilson-Botts, a leading cabinetry designer known to many in the community, has over five years of direct design experience in both luxury custom cabinetry design as well as new home design fulfillment. Whitney has worked with a number of the area’s leading interior designers and custom builders. Joining the team as a Designer is Jamie Newell, a ten-year veteran in custom cabinetry design with a broad range of experience. Assisting the team is David Botts, the company’s Appliance and Fixtures Manager. David also manages the Company’s industry relationships and is well-known among the local builder community. The Raleigh team is supported by Jim Baynton, CKD, the company’s Senior Consulting Designer. A 3rd generation cabinet designer, Jim has also been a senior instructor for the National Kitchen and Bath Association, the kitchen and bath industry’s education, licensing and information arm as well as an owner/operator of three different design firms during his 29 year career in the industry.

In making the announcement, John Wilson, President of Artistic Kitchens & Baths, said, “We are very excited to open our design studio in the historic area between North Boylan and Five Points. This provides us with great visibility and ease of access from anywhere in the Triangle area. Our Durham and Chapel Hill clients need only make two turns to arrive at the studio, and our local clients have a number of easy routes to visit us. We are confident our professional team can serve the cabinetry design needs of a broad range of clients. Each of our designers have a keen eye for detail and wonderful personality, making them a perfect fit for our design group.    With the full support and experience of Jim Baynton, one of America’s leading designers of WoodMode Custom Cabinetry, we are positive that our levels of professional design and installation will continue to set the market standard for perfection in custom designed applications.”

ABOUT ARTISTIC KITCHENS & BATHS
ARTISTIC KITCHENS & BATHS (“AKB”) is locally owned and operated by Deborah Wilson and John Wilson. Staffed by professional designers, company installers, and appliance experts, Artistic Kitchens & Baths is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), and the National Association for the Remodeling Industry (NARI). AKB is a very active member of the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County, and the Home Builders Association of Durham-Orange-Chatham Counties. AKB designs, builds and installs cabinetry and closets as well as supplying kitchen appliances and other kitchen and bath products to its remodeling and new home clients. The Company’s studio showroom is located at 516 W. Peace Street in Raleigh with additional showroom facilities located at 279 W. Pennsylvania in Southern Pines. (http://www.artistic-kitchens.com)

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