Sabrina started in the kitchen design business over 11 years ago after spending 20 years as a professional, self employed book binder.
Her background as an artist, designer, and home builder (she built her own home in Vermont!) led her to find her passion as a kitchen designer where she brings her many skills and talents together.
Sabrina credits her curiosity and artistic abilities for having a willingness to combine different materials and concepts, exciting and surprising her clients in unexpected ways.
She enjoys the time she spends interacting with each person she works with, leading the way through the exciting process of transforming their most personal spaces.
Because Sabrina works hard to personally get to know each client, she personalizes the design and incorporates carefully thought-out materials to match each client’s personality, tastes, and lifestyle. She gives each space a personality and a sense of home and comfort as a refuge from her clients’ busy lives.
Sabrina has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Pratt Institute and is AKBD certified by NKBA and UDCP certified by NARI. Her industry-specific training includes Sub-Zero and Wolf and her education in cabinets and countertops.
She is active as a volunteer and is involved in her community, including her Condo Association Board membership and the NKBA programs committee involvement. She volunteers at Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation’s Cooking Club events and volunteers during the City of Providence water fires.
Sabrina loves to spend her free time sewing and quilting, collecting buttons and books, reading, binding books, watching movies, visiting museums, traveling, cooking, doing calligraphy, jewelry making, swimming and riding her bike.
She grew up in Massachusetts, and has lived in New York, Vermont, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.
“Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design”
“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”
– William Morris