Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry
Tucked away in the serene Pennsylvania countryside, Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry employs only the most skilled craftspeople, practicing their time-honored trade. Phares Rutt opened his shop in 1951, and not much has changed since then: The people are still friendly, life is still peaceful, and each handmade piece is still one-of-a-kind.
Rutt appeals to those looking for the highest-quality cabinetry in the most timeless of styles; these pieces tend to last even when homeowners are replacing other elements in the kitchen. Every Rutt piece is built to order, which means door configurations, styles and finishes are completely customizable. Whether your tastes run toward the traditional, transitional or modern, your Rutt cabinetry will be a work of art.
Rutt’s network of suppliers means the cabinetmaker works with some of the rarest and most beautiful wood nature has to offer; you’ll find Central African Zebrawood and Siberian Larch in their gallery alongside Cherry and Mahogany. And “handmade” needn’t mean “unplugged” – features like LED lighting, electronic lifts and touch technology can make cabinets as easy to use as they are to admire.
Rutt is also certified by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association’s Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP). The company maintains high standards for air quality, resource management, and environmental stewardship as well as community relationships.
With deep American roots and both eyes on the future, it’s no wonder Rutt has set the new standard for custom cabinetry and carved out a unique position as the leading manufacturer of luxury cabinetry.