Corinthian Kitchen and Bath Studio was established in 2005 by owner Paul Currie. His background, 35+ years’ experience building high-end custom homes combined with his natural ability to coordinate and deal with trades make him the ideal project manager. He is the primary site contact on all our jobs. His knowledge combined with our team of carpenters allow us to professionally oversee any scope of work.
Our head designer Katrine Barnstaple has spent many years in the design field. Her innate creativity and ability to mix both urban and rural aesthetic shows in all her designs. She has experience with cabinetry production and has studied fine furniture making. This practical knowledge is beneficial to the overall process. Her ability to listen and incorporate your ideas will make the design experience a pleasure.
Our whole team work together to ensure the best service is provided. We feel all projects are our shared responsibility. This philosophy allows us to exceed in client satisfaction as we are all able to assist you throughout the design and installation process. The CAD program we use produces three dimensional drawings of your kitchen from any view point. We work closely with our suppliers to make sure that each step of this process runs smoothly. We strive to give you the best experience.
We recommend that everyone visits our showroom to have an in-house consultation with our designer. This is a great starting point to take a look at our various kitchen displays. We encourage everyone to look inside our cabinetry by opening doors and drawers to see how we accessorize a kitchen and tailor it your needs. We have a large archive of door styles, moldings, countertops and decorative hardware to choose from. With our team of carpenters and our close working relationship with local trades and craftsmen we have the ability to create details unique to your space.
We offer an initial no-obligation quote. We will visit your home and take a comprehensive measure. This give us the opportunity to see your aesthetic. It also gives us an initial look into the scope of work that may be involved.