Maggie Dutton graduated from East Carolina University with a BS in Interior Design. She has worked for accomplished interior design firms throughout the state for over 20 years. Maggie was a product designer for a well known lamp, accessory and furniture company named Wildwood where she traveled the world researching design trends and gathering antiques. Maggie moved to the area in 2005, where she worked as the Manager and Interior Designer of a locally owned furniture store. Soon after she purchased the business and gained a great client base. She has been with Cabinetry of Pinehurst for more than 7 years working closely with her clients to ensure their kitchen and bathrooms will be a space they love.

Chessney Chrnelich graduated from University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point with a BFA in Interior Architecture and Design and has been a designer since 2014. Her experience as an intern for Silverleaf Interiors in Madison, Wi as well as an intern for Burrell Architects in London, England gave her a taste of high end residential and commercial design that she yearned for. She has been an interior designer for 4 and a half years but it has been a passion of hers since she was young. For her, interior design allows her to help others be more present and grateful in their daily lives by improving the functionality of their homes while reflecting their personality.

Cabinetry of Pinehurst always aims to set itself apart from any other cabinet company in the area by focusing on the craftsmanship of their products and customer service.  They provide American Made products produced by Masterbrand Cabinets. Masterbrand offers several different lines from all wood custom to a more cost effective standard line. Each line offers outstanding quality, details, storage options and finishes. They take great pride in the attention they give each job and customer. Every relationship starts with a one on one meeting with the client, interviewing them to find out what their wants and needs are. If the space is ready for measuring they do all their own measuring to insure the cabinetry is a perfect fit, then they utilize a 3D design program to draw and price the space. The 3D program really brings the space to life for the client. After ordering the cabinetry and receiving it in, they work closely with the site manager and installers to insure the end product is everything the client hoped it would be.

"The reason we partner with Masterbrand is their commitment to being as green as possible. 90% of their waste is re-used. They continue to be a responsible distributor of high-quality green cabinetry products, we are committed to complying with all government regulatory and environmental requirements. In addition to ensuring that our processes are in accordance with the highest government and industry standards, we also believe in providing consumers with easy access to information about these guidelines."

Community Service:
"Communities need, and deserve, support from local businesses in order to thrive. This is why community service is integral to our core beliefs. Our manufcturers contribute to many national and local organizations through both financial and non-financial means. "

Recent activities include:
  • Providing labor, money, and cabinetry materials to Habitat for Humanity
  • Supporting local Relay for Life teams and the American Red Cross
  • Sponsoring youth athletics, scouting and academic ventures such as Junior Achievement
  • Hosting ā€œDenim Fridays,ā€ a casual Friday dress option to raise funds for a different charity each week ā€“ all employees who wear jeans to work donate $1 for the privilege.

This Year Cabinetry of Pinehurst installed the kitchen that the Boys and Girls Club uses to prepare meals for hungry kids at the Trinity Church Community Center. This space is also used by the Carolina Phil Harmonic to teach music to children that might not have the funds to by an instrument.