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  • Who We Are

  • Bill Camp, CKD

  • Ashley Boltinhouse

At Triangle Design Kitchens, our team of professional designers is always ready to listen. We work closely with you to create beautifully designed rooms that complement your tastes and reflect your individual lifestyle.

When you visit our Raleigh (NC) showroom, we walk you through each of our displays and guide you through the latest design catalogs. Then, our professionally trained and certified designers visit your home to perform a free needs analysis and develop a budget range that addresses the specific wants and needs of your project.

At Triangle Design Kitchens, we want you to love the room that we create for you and thoroughly enjoy the experience of watching it come together. That’s why when you retain Triangle Design Kitchens, we provide you with:

  • a detailed plan of the design
  • a 3-D rendering of the finished product
  • detailed estimates that map out your budget
  • if necessary, any revisions that you see fit

And, we take care of coordinating the entire process, including hiring and supervising any sub-contractors needed to complete the job.

At Triangle Design Kitchens, we aim to please. We work with you to eliminate costly surprises and careless mistakes and ensure that you are beyond satisfied with the results. Just tell us what you have in mind, and we will do our best to provide you with a beautiful and functional showplace for years to come.

Call or e-mail us today to get the process started!

Our membership in these professional organizations allows us keep up to date with the latest products, innovations and business practices, while helping us provide you the best value possible.

National Kitchen and Bath Association Raleigh Chamber of Commerce

Bill Camp, CKDBill Camp, CKD has been an award winning kitchen and bath designer since 1980, and has owned Triangle Design Kitchens, Inc. since 1989. Bill has attended many industry seminars, schools and training sessions put on by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), suppliers and at industry conferences. As a requirement for his maintaining his status as a Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD), the NKBA requires continuing education to stay current with todayís design trends, building code changes and product advancements.

Bill Camp is also very active in the industry as a former officer of the Carolinas Chapter of the NKBA. He has held several positions including president and National Chapter Representative for the Carolinas Chapter. On a national level, he sat on the national Board of Directors of the NKBA from 1998-2000 and served as the chair of the National Legislative Committee during 2002. He has received the NKBA Society's Merit Award four different times in recognition of his commitment to the NKBA and his dedication to maintain the highest level of professionalism through constant participation in educational programs, industry seminars and industry and local trade shows. Bill has served as a NKBA design competition judge, a roundtable facilitator and seminar moderator at the National Kitchen and Bath Conference, and has presented kitchen design seminars at the Southern Ideal Home Show. He has also served on the advisory board for both the spring and fall Southern Ideal Home Shows.

Bill brings an attention to detail in both the design of your kitchen or bathroom and the project management, ensuring your complete satisfaction with your finished dream kitchen or bathroom. Over twenty five years experience in the residential construction industry, including hands on experience as a craftsman himself, as a former licensed building contractor and as a designer insures that Bill can turn his creative designs into reality.

Billís design philosophy is that a truly great design reflects the personal taste, and personality of his clients. A properly designed space should function efficiently in the manner desired by the client while providing a classic look that will remain in style for years to come. A new kitchen or bath doesnít require the most expensive products on the market, but should use the best possible products a clientís budget will allow. It is the designerís responsibility to seek out and specify these products which offer the best possible value to his client.

Ashley Boltinhouse and FamilyAshley Boltinhouse is Triangle Design Kitchens, Inc. lead installer. He has been bringing to reality the dream kitchens and baths of our clients since 1986. Ashley takes great pride in his work, always going the extra mile to provide you with the best job possible. He loves his woodworking so much, he can usually be found in his shop working weekends and holidays on projects for his family and friends. Every visit to his home reveals some new project he has completed. When not working at Triangle Design Kitchens, Inc. or on some home project, Ashley can usually be found watching over his sons Jonathan and Alexander while his wife Margaret works on the books for the company.

 

"I am happy to provide you with the information you requested on the enclosed survey form, but I don't think that the information it provides gives an accurate picture of your business or your level of service.

As you know. I have been renovating a house in Raleigh since summer 1997. The process has been long and torturous, with may more downs than ups. I have dealt with a whole rogues' gallery of subcontractors, many of whom seem to be more in the business of breaking my heart than of providing reasonable service and craftsmanship. Triangle Design Kitchens was a delightful exception in a string of disappointments.

You had the imagination to see how your stock could work in my very odd spaces. You showed up on time. You stayed on the job after you came. You dealt with my nitpicking concerns promptly and cheerfully. Months after the installation, when the granite counters settled less than attractively, you responded to my complaint immediately and satisfactorily.

I don't know what else a customer could ask. Early in my dealings with Triangle Design Kitchens, I remember telling you that every house ought to have at least three "Wow's." My renovated house has half a dozen little "wow's," but the only big "WOW" is my Triangle Design Kitchen.

Nancy H. Margolis - Raleigh, NC
 

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