Bentwood Of Chicago Makes a Splash at the Merchandise Mart’s LUXE HOME

Bentwood Luxury Kitchens, renowned for their expertise and design excellence in custom cabinetry and millwork, will celebrate the opening of its new flagship location, Bentwood of Chicago, on February 17, 2011. The opening marks the companyʼs launch of its new showroom concept geared to bring more resources to dealers, designers and end-users alike. Located in Suite 161 at the Merchandise Martʼs LuxeHome, Bentwood of Chicago joins an elite community of kitchen, bath and building products as the new showroom is officially introduced to Chicago and the Midwest region.

The new Chicago showroom, along with Bentwood of Dallas and the newly opened Bentwood of Houston, allows Bentwood Luxury Kitchens to extend their promise of superior service via improved processes and technologies that are aimed to provide

greater site-to-factory connectivity, cutting-edge presentation capabilities and more project-specific product offerings, including top-of-the-line interior and exterior doors, moldings and finishes.

According to Bentwood Luxury Kitchens President Randy Pittard, “Our new ʻBentwood Ofʼ showroom concept refines our commitment to realizing the design vision of our customers. We firmly believe these showrooms will prove to be an asset to the entire Bentwood network. As such, we are pleased to now call Chicago home.“

In 1989 Randy Pittard and Wyman Stewart combined their 30 years of kitchen experience to open Bentwood Luxury Kitchens, a custom design cabinet and furniture shop in Lancaster, Texas. Kevin Bryant joined the management team ten years later marking a period of significant expansion. The three principals, together with more than 125 designers and woodworkers, have specified and handcrafted thousands of Bentwood Luxury Kitchens across the United States.

Bentwood of Chicago will feature six unique vignettes showcasing the companyʼs diverse offerings in custom cabinetry. These include a paneled study, wet bar,presentation space and kitchen installations that collectively demonstrate Bentwoodʼs

exceptional craftsmanship, innovative engineering and design excellence. In addition to their own extensive line, Bentwood of Chicago will offer a menu of superior product resources including Cosentino stone products, the latest technology by Premiere

Systems, Panda Windows & Doors, Hettich USA, Euro Marble and fellow Mart neighbors Paris Ceramics, Sub Zero/Wolf, Farrow & Ball, Kohler/Kallista, Remains Lighting, Katonah Hardware and John Rosselli Lighting.

Kimball Derrick, Principal, Bentwood of Chicago notes, “At Bentwood our goal is to support the inspiration of our clients and in turn create a unique design that meets and ultimately exceeds their vision. At Bentwood of Chicago we are in good company. Our partnership with a swathe of luxury vendors makes the showroom a true destination for residential design.”

About Bentwood Luxury Kitchens: For over 20 years, Bentwood Luxury Kitchens has remained dedicated to creating the highest quality, most innovative cabinetry and millwork in the industry. From traditional to contemporary designs, Bentwood continues to distinguish itself from all others as the innovator of new and fresh ideas. Based in Lancaster, TX, Bentwoodʼs team of designers and artisans turn client inspirations into one-of-a-kind kitchens. Please visit www.bentwoodkitchens.com for more information.

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