where art meets the heart of your home

Custom Designed

Cabinetry and built-ins as unique to your space and personal style.

Artisan Crafted

Skills honed through generations of dedication to their craft and family owned.

Sustainably Sourced

For every custom cabinet you order, 10 trees are planted in deforested areas like Haiti to reverse economic poverty.

A kitchen that speaks your language: your style, storage to fit your needs, comfort to fit your life.

Houzz Ideabooks

“Where do I start?” That is a common question when you are thinking about a new design or layout for your space. No matter what kind of space you want to update, you can start making notes on what you like by visiting Kitcheart’s Houzz Ideabooks. Houzz offers an expansive collection of project photos to…

New Thermador Freestanding Fridge!

Thermador is releasing something new this April: a 72″ tall, freestanding, cabinet-depth fridge with bottom freezer that will make integrating this option into more kitchens a breeze. If you have an older home, you might find your biggest frustration is how far your refrigerator sticks out from your cabinets (usually at least six inches) which…

Project: Howard Street

This was a total gut and remodel of an early twentieth century bungalow. The homeowners are empty nesters looking to make the most of the space in their 840 square foot home. The original bath still had no shower, and the kitchen hadn’t been updated in more than fifty years. Kitcheart designed and supplied the…

Project: Prospect Road

This was a kitchen renovation of a mid-century modern home in Peoria, Illinois. The galley kitchen needed more storage, professional cooking appliances, and more connection with the living spaces on the main floor. Kitcheart designed and provided custom inset cabinetry with a gray stain finish to highlight the grain of the hickory. Hardware from Pottery…

Sustainably Sourced

“You have the theology of a tree hugger.” That’s what Dr. Matthew Sleeth heard from his pastor when he first suggested planting trees outside their school; there has often been a divide between environmentalists and people of faith, at least in the United States. Dr. Sleeth wondered about this, and after some research, went on…