Long before Cabinetry By Ebbing presents a design to a client, Mike Ebbing stands back and stares at it for a
good, long time. Then he asks himself one simple question: Is this something I would personally want to look at for 20
years? As Ebbing says, “I’m just not willing to sell something to my customers that might be trendy at the moment, but will
never stand the test of time.”
Focusing on enduring design quality has
been the cornerstone of this shop for almost
25 years. “Putting design first has allowed us
to do some really unique things,” he says.
“We make all our own moldings and all our
own cabinet doors to achieve any look from
contemporary to transitional to old world and
But cabinetry is only the beginning of what
makes the best designers want to work
with Ebbing and his wife Cindy. “When you
look down on a kitchen’s footprint, the way
a granite countertop curves and scoops out
is integral to the entire room design,” Ebbing
says. “Cutting and machining all our own
granite and marble, and doing original tile
back-walls, ensures total design integrity.”
Last year Ebbing decided to make another
change that would support his dedication to
design and quality – automated finishing. “I looked at four disappointing spray lines, then I took some samples to Cefla
Finishing’s lab down in Charlotte. I went in thinking that if a Cefla line would just do our clear coatings, sealers and topcoats,
I would be happy. When I saw that its Mito K machine could also flawlessly stain and wipe, I was ecstatic. We’ve found that
we just can’t match Mito’s consistency of spraying and quality by hand. Our employees are happier because their work
environment is much cleaner, and finishing only takes 15-to 20 percent of the time it used to take. We can be more efficient
and still deliver something truly custom, truly quality, truly American-made.”
Ohio Cabinetmaker’s Dedication to Design Never Goes Out of Style
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“ Ebbing created this unique look by combining contemporary cabinet
doors featuring a gray finish and chocolate glaze with black-leathered granite and focal granite on the island and around the hood.'
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