Where Functional Design and Aesthetics are Paramount
Great design is the first step to beautiful and functional cabinetry. Equally important is the use of premium materials and construction methods. For over 30 years, Fitucci Custom Cabinets has been a leader in the design and crafting of premium custom cabinetry. At Fitucci, cabinetry is completely custom made utilizing only the finest materials and paying the greatest attention to detail. Established in 1974 by Samuel Fitucci, an engineer by trade. The company began with a simple belief in uncompromising quality and a close working relationship with our clients. This belief is still the foundation of Fitucci Custom Cabinets with Eric Fitucci, Samuel’s eldest son, now at the helm.
2018 Purebond® Quality Awards Competition
The PureBond Quality Awards competition continues to spotlight the accomplishments of woodworking specialists. Selecting the winning entries is based on one fundamental factor: demonstrating the quality use of PureBond hardwood plywood in a design and fabrication project.
2017 Purebond® Quality Awards Competition
Fitucci Cabinets (Valencia, CA) won first place in the Residential Other category in the 6th Annual PureBond® Quality Awards competition. Its winning entry was for a large walk-in closet featuring PureBond® hardwood plywood from Columbia Forest Products.
2013 Purebond® Quality Awards Competition
The first place winner of the Residential Kitchen category is Fitucci Cabinets of Van Nuys, CA. The winning design was for an oceanfront contemporary which highlighted an open floor plan that used natural surfaces, such as walnut cabinetry and PureBond cases throughout the home to echo the spectacular ocean views and create a functional yet beautiful living space.
2014 Purebond® Quality Awards Competition
The second place winner was Fitucci Cabinets of Van Nuys, CA. with a fabulous kitchen installation created with quarter sawn walnut veneers and plain sliced walnut.
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Rustic & Refined
Laura Applegate spent months upon months mastering the mix that beautifully adorns the kitchen in the Los Angeles home she shares with husband Greg and two teenage sons. She traveled from cabinetmaker to stone quarry to a glass store to tile studio and back again, selecting Spanish-influenced fittings and finishes that harmonized with her distinctive design vision and suited the Santa Barbara character of her under- construction home. During her journey, she worked with architect Scott Joyce and cabinetmaker Eric Fitucci to devise backdrops and a floor plan that accommodated her aesthetic preferences and her busy family's needs. Joyce had designed the residence for the property's previous owners, who sold the building site (complete with foundation) to the Applegates.
An Array of Sustainable Solutions
Most of us equate Los Angeles with intense smog and dense traffic, hardly a model for sustainability. But in 2007 Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa declared that he was going to transform his city into “the greenest big city in America.” One of the ways he planned to accomplish this was to embrace green building practices. Los Angeles now requires all new public buildings to meet LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standards provided by the US Green Building Council. And the city is going even further, by working with private developers by providing resources and incentives to build green in the area...