Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry Opens Manhattan Showroom
September 28, 2016
Rutt HandCrafted Cabinetry, the leading maker of timeless, architecturally significant, custom cabinetry, is proud to celebrate the opening of the new Manhattan Center for Kitchen and Bath (MCK+B) showroom. A longtime destination in New York City for high-end kitchen and bath design, MCK+B has relocated to a showroom in Manhattan’s Flatiron district. Situated alongside the neighborhood’s cast iron, beaux-arts architecture and historic charm, the new MCK+B showroom offers a rich mixture of sophisticated kitchen styles including Rutt Custom Handcrafted Cabinetry and its new Exeter Design Series, which is featured just inside the entrance of the new space.
The latest addition to Rutt HandCrafted Cabinetry, the Exeter is a specially designed cabinetry series that encompasses furniture-quality custom doors, panel profiles, cornice and trim mouldings, leg and edge details and bespoke hardware. Horizontal and vertical banding give the design depth and dimension, while its delicate proportions and simple elements make the design feel timeless, yet contemporary.
“The team at MCK+B is consistently one of our top showrooms. This beautiful new space allows them to take that design expertise and service, that our clients expect, to the next level,” said Jason Artus, Rutt vice president of sales and marketing. “We are also thrilled they are featuring our new Exeter Series, which we know will appeal to their sophisticated New York clientele.”
Visitors to MCK+B can immerse themselves in the full kitchen and bath experience via several “live” kitchens, a cooking theater for demonstrations, a broad selection of the latest appliances, luxurious soaking tubs, invigorating showers and plumbing fixtures.
The NEW MCK+B showroom is located at 41 W. 25th Street, New York, New York.
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