Design Award 2012
Symphony Kitchen Bags 4 Awards from the Cabinet Makers Association
September 7, 2012 – Toronto-based Bathroom Vanities and Kitchen Cabinets maker Symphony Kitchens bagged4 awards this year at the recently held Cabinet Makers Association 2012 Awards Program.
The Canadian company, Symphony Kitchens, was able to secure the first place in the Kitchen – Creative Solution category as well as the European Kitchens, both for over 25k budget. Symphony Kitchens was also able to secure the 3rd place in the European Kitchen category (under 25k). They also bagged the 2nd place for architectural millwork for over 35k budget. The awards came after the said company has also dominated the showroom display category in the 2011NKBA National Design Competition.
Symphony Kitchens is no greenhorn in the industry having been around since 1992. They provide services that cover bathroom vanities, traditional kitchens, and bathroom cabinets. Oleg Vasyliychuk, a designer whose main aim for the company is to ensure that client expectations are met, if not surpassed, heads the company. What sets the company apart from its competitors is the fact that they are willing to work around your budget and would even guide you on which designs are most suited not just for your budget but also for the space that you have.
Some of the other categories in the said award giving body include Bath – Face Frame, Bookcase – Face Frame, Bath Under 25k, Euro Closet Under 25k, Closet Under 25k, and Commercial Project over 25k, among others. Some of the winders alongside Symphony Kitchens include J&L Trimworks which is located in Colorado, the Ipswich cabinetry which is located n Massachusetts, the Elegant Woodworking of New York, and the America’s Woordworker of Texas, among others.
You can get more information about the company by visiting http://www.symphonykitchens.ca/. The website also features a gallery where you can check out previous designs that the company has done.