Mission Hills KS Custom Cabinetry Kitchen Remodeling Woodwork Services Launched

Kansas City custom woodwork company Dennisbilt Custom Cabinetry (+1-816-921-1121) announced a service update to provide high-end custom cabinetry, full kitchen remodeling, interior design and other solutions for clients in Mission Hills, Leawood and Prairie Villages.

Kansas City, United States - February 14, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Dennisbilt Custom Cabinetry, a high-end custom woodwork specialist based in Kansas City, Missouri, launched an updated range of custom cabinetry and kitchen remodeling services for clients in Mission Hills, Leawood and Prairie Villages. Services include full conceptualization, design development and custom woodwoork, the company providing top-quality services for all types of interior designs and decorative styles.

More information can be found at http://dennisbilt.com.

The company’s services aim to provide elegant cabinetry and other woodwork designed in complete accordance with the client’s needs and preferences. Dennisbilt Custom Cabinetry works closely with each client to help them choose quality materials that match the interior design of each space, the company having extensive experience designing custom woodwork and conceptualizing kitchens in various styles, including traditional, transitional, modern and experimental.

Clients benefit from high-quality custom cabinetry built from sustainable hardwoods, the company offering its clients a large selection of materials, colors and features to choose from.

As well as providing a full range of custom cabinets, the company also offers complete kitchen remodeling services, working closely with each client to select the furniture, fixtures and appliances, thus achieving the desired artistic and stylistic effect.

To provide complete custom woodwork solutions, the Kansas City company creates a variety of high-end pieces including stationary and moving bookcases, media centers, bars, wine cellars, standard and floating shelves, countertops and many others.

Dennisbilt Custom Cabinetry was created by Dennis Bracken, an expert interior designer with more than 25 years of experience. Mr. Bracken focuses on developing artistic solutions that meet his clients’ most rigorous needs while also offering a valuable artwork that withstands the test of time. His commitment to creating personal spaces combining expert workmanship with an innovative artistic vision has earned him the praise of his clients, his works being featured in various media outlets.

Mr. Bracken uses the “legacy design” concept to describe his approach to woodwork: “I design and create spaces that you want to pass down to your children, that tell your story in such a way that even one hundred years from now someone could walk through the space and know you, but also be moved by the art themselves and walk away changed.”

Ms. Amanda Bracken also plays an important role in Dennisbilt Custom Cabinetry, being actively involved in project management and materials sourcing. The company uses exclusively formaldehyde-free wood from sustainable sources to ensure high standards of service quality and environmental responsibility.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Bracken
Organization: Dennisbilt Custom Cabinetry
Address: 6817 Stadium Drive, Suite 105, Kansas City, Missouri 64129, United States
Phone: +1-816-921-1121

For more information, please visit http://www.dennisbilt.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 300500

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