Traditional Kitchen Cabinets

traditional kitchen cabinets

European Cabinets & Design Studios offers a wide selection of traditional kitchen cabinets from Aran Cucine and Rastelli Cucine. These beautiful cabinets will bring the essence of Italy into your kitchen.

 

Aran Cucine has been producing Italian kitchens since 1962. Their products are manufactured using the most technologically advanced processes and offered at a very reasonable price point. The company is committed to doing its part to protect the environment by producing its products from recyclable and ethical materials in a sustainable way. It purchases most of its wood from companies certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and has installed a diligent waste collection system within its own warehouses—90% of waste generated by the manufacturing process is recycled. The company has also built four solar power plants with the goal of becoming completely self-sufficient in its energy needs.

 

Rastelli Cucine was founded to bring together the best design and the highest-quality kitchen manufacturing products to create a kitchen that epitomizes luxury and status. Rastelli collections are designed by world-renowned designers including Gianpiero Scopigno. Rastelli kitchens also meet high standards for ergonomic design and environmental sustainability; Rastelli operates according to the strictest environmental standards.

 

Etrusca
Etrusca

Etrusca is a sturdy, traditional kitchen cabinet collection with a wide variety of customizable options.

Imperial
Imperial

Our most popular traditional kitchen collection bridges the hand-crafted methods applied by Italian craftsmen and artists, to bring the charm of Old Italy to your modern home.

Murano
Murano

Murano is a modern solution for a traditional Italian kitchen, suitable for kitchens large and small.

Provenzale
Provenzale

Provenzale brings the look and feel of a late nineteenth-century Provençal farmhouse to your modern kitchen.

Tiffany by Gianpiero Scopigno
Tiffany by Gianpiero Scopigno

Tiffany is an avant-garde interpretation of the contemporary-classical style.