Viola Park, a company of Henrybuilt, has been growing this year with new offerings and a showroom in Los Angeles. The company makes eco-friendly, modular kitchens, sold directly to consumers, with a full system of cabinets, pulls, drawer inserts, work surfaces, backsplashes, shelving systems, and integrated lighting.
Viola Park works directly with homeowners to layout, design, and price the perfect kitchen. With the direct-to-homeowner approach, a buyer is supposed to get a better kitchen for less money because there’s no dealer markup.
Styles vary based on the materials, components, and details chosen, but these kitchens can be traditional, contemporary, or modern. Pricing is available online at Viola Park.
In terms of eco-friendly aspects, the base cabinet core is CARB 1 compliant, the upper cabinets are CARB 2 compliant, and the water-based low-VOC lacquers are formaldehyde free. Viola Park uses FSC-certified woods; recycled-content PaperStone countertops are an available option. Each kitchen is produced in Seattle.
Credits: Viola Park.
Article tags: kitchen, Seattle