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Welcome Packard of Asheville’s Newest Addition, Jaqui!

Jaqueline Silva was born in Coimbra, Portugal and was raised in Charlotte, North Carolina since the age of two. She studied Art and Design at Western...

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Renovation in Mind? Habitat for Humanity Wants to Help You!

  If you are a general contractor, kitchen designer or a homeowner entering into a renovation, we strongly encourage you to partner with...

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Revolutionize Your Kitchen Workflow with The Galley Workstation!

Packard Cabinetry is now Long Island's first and only dealer of boutique outfit The Galley's Workstation! The Galley Workstation is a full...

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Sands Point, NY 2017

We're very proud of the work we did in this Sands Point, New York kitchen in collaboration with Annette Jaffe Interiors   Rutt HandCrafted...

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FAQ: Will my cabinet doors crack or split over time?

Why do I see lines at the joints of some cabinets? Even though the best cabinet manufacturers use the highest grade materials and the most skilled...

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Battle of the Countertops: Granite vs Quartz

Battle of the Countertops: Granite vs. Quartz

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Packard’s Rob Weeter named Outstanding New Member of Hendersonville Kiwanis Club

Congratulations to Rob!  Not only an excellent kitchen designer, but an engaged member of the community - in true Packard Cabinetry spirit!

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Packard Cabinetry supports local Eagle Scout project / video


Packard Cabinetry has always been an institution that is grounded in the local community.  We love building relationships with our customers that endure past the completion of a new kitchen.

As you can imagine, we were thrilled when Yianni Biniaris (who eats breakfast every morning in a Packard Kitchen), asked us to help him realize his Eagle Scout project!

Of course we were happy to help, and Yianni’s project came out wonderfully.  In an effort to reduce the incidence of mosquito-borne illness in his hometown of North Hempstead, Biniaris thought to build houses in which bats – natural predators of mosquitoes – could nest.

We were able to help Yianni source the materials he would need, and his vision and leadership brought the project to reality!

Looking for a Traditional Country Kitchen?

This traditional country kitchen provides a lot of room for the client’s Americana collections. The brick surround with arch on the hearth...

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Kitchen Design Ideas

With interior design in general is there is no perfect design, it’s personal and there are so many variables involved that you can easily find 30...

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