July 14, 2010

Lakeville Time Machine – Episode One

Filed under: Fun Stuff,Lakeville News — Lakeville KB @ 9:20 am

Come take a trip with us back to the 1950s…

…when babies were booming, Tupperware parties were all the rage, and Lakeville was on the way to its second successful decade.

Kitchen designs were simpler but no less stylish, with modern finishes and layouts meant to highlight and harmonize with appliances.

What was Mom cooking up in her lovely new Lakeville kitchen?

Maybe a pretty salad… …perhaps some soup…

…or was she a “space-age” Mom who tried the new TV dinners?

Back to the 21st Century, but we’ll visit again soon…

Visit our Facebook page for larger versions of the kitchen photos!

July 2, 2010

LK Smithtown Garners Rave Reviews

Filed under: Industry Tidbits,Lakeville News — Lakeville KB @ 11:58 am

From our July 1 press release:

Over 300 guests, including architects, contractors, designers, industry personalities, friends, and family came out to celebrate the completion of yet another spectacular and exquisite Lakeville showroom, and the expansion of a family brand with a three-quarters of a century legacy.

Click the link below to continue reading all about Lakeville…and do I see the blog mentioned as well?

Lakeville Kitchens and Baths: Making a Splash!

June 18, 2010

Kudos to Lakeville Kids

Filed under: Lakeville News — Lakeville KB @ 9:28 am

Congratulations to Thomas Piccione on his acceptance into Marine Officer Candidate School! Thomas, son of showroom staff’s Barbara Piccione, is a second lieutenant working towards a captainship in aviation.

Congratulations also go out to Amber Fogarty, daughter of office manager Steven Fogarty, who helped the Bay Shore girls’ softball team earn the NYS Class AA Championship; and to Alex Genao, nephew of receptionist Kathy Sladky, whose two-run double led Lindenhurst to the NYS Championship in boys’ baseball.

We are very proud of them and wish them all the best!

June 14, 2010

All Good Things Must Come to an End

Filed under: Lakeville News — Lakeville KB @ 9:18 am

Lakeville Kitchen & Bath has been very fortunate to have in our company, for the past twenty-five years, Mr. Norman Pitzer. Norman has been our comptroller for all these years and is now retiring and relocating, with his wife, Irene, to Seattle, Washington, to join their two sons, Raymond and Josh, already residing there.

Every company should be as fortunate as ours, to have a Norman Pitzer, for all the years we did. Personally, for each of the twenty-five years, Norman was by my side as a trusting, capable, thoughtful, respectful and dignified right hand confidant. Each and every one of my employees was equally lucky; as much as Norman had my best interest in mind, he too had each of his colleague best interest also in mind, making certain that every employee based decision was carefully considered and fairly administered.

Lakeville will miss this extraordinary individual, but we all know that Norman’s decision was made only after considerable thought – he was ready to be with his children in Seattle and leave behind a home at Lakeville where he was so loved, respected, welcomed and appreciated.

All good things must come to an end. The river of time keeps moving on. I, and all of Norman’s colleagues at Lakeville, know , how fortunate we all have been, and how much he has contributed to the success of this company and each of us. May he enjoy his new home and retirement for many, many happy, healthy and wonderful years to come.

Richard Sirlin

April 9, 2010

Lakeville Kitchen & Bath Proudly Announces The Grand Opening of its Newest Showroom in Smithtown, New York

Filed under: Lakeville News — Lakeville KB @ 7:35 am

Lakeville recently sent out this press release, and we wanted to share it with you. Perhaps we will see you there!

Advancing 3 generations of family owned and operated business, Lakeville is expanding its breadth of services to trade professionals and homeowners alike, by offering a second premier Kitchen & Bath Design showroom located on Long Island, New York.

Lakeville Kitchen & Bath continues its 75-year tradition of offering builders, contractors and homeowners, an unparalleled showcase of kitchen & bath design and cabinetry.

Consumers, designers, and architects in New York are now able to experience upscale, elegant and affordable kitchen products in a real-life setting, as Lakeville Kitchen & Bath unveils their new Kitchen showroom located at 45 Southern Boulevard, Smithtown (just south of Jericho Turnpike, approx. 2 miles east of Route 111).

The new 5,000sq.ft. showroom opening for business as of April 19th, 2010, features more than 40 kitchen and bath displays, each unique in styles running the gamut of Traditional, Modern and Contemporary. Highlighted in the vast array of kitchen and bathroom settings are famed and award-winning domestic manufacturers such as Medallion Cabinetry, Crystal Cabinets, and Plain & Fancy Cabinetry, in addition to Elkay Sinks & Faucets, Corian, Zodiak, Silestone, Granite and Laminate countertops.

The new exquisite showroom displaying a plethora of stylish interiors, cabinetry design and innovative and decorative fixtures provides the ideal inspiration to explore, design and create. Offering walk-through displays and settings to suit every home and budget, the showcase also includes the latest in counter-top materials, colors and finishes, built-in appliances, decorative hardware and so much more.

The second Lakeville showroom represents the rich legacy of a family owned and operated business dating back to 1935, as well as Lakeville’s continual commitment and dedication to both their trade and homeowner customers, and the Long Island community.

“The opening of our Smithtown Showroom allows Lakeville another avenue to provide the same exceptional service, high caliber products and years of expertise to all our valued customers. It also affords us the opportunity to give back to a community that has trusted and supported Lakeville for over 3 generations,” said Richard Sirlin, president of Lakeville Kitchen & Bath and grandson to the company’s founders.

Lakeville is proud to offer their valued customers more choice and freedom by opening a second showroom. Visit either of Lakeville’s exceptional, convenient showcases located in Lindenhurst and now in Smithtown and experience the dedication and warmth that has made Lakeville Kitchen & Bath a pillar of the Long Island community.

“We want to share our passion with our customers,” said Sirlin. Come see for yourself why Lakeville is considered the premier supplier of kitchen and bath cabinetry in the industry.

Lakeville Kitchen & Bath also recently unveiled its newly redesigned website, which offers countless pages of remodeling tips, trick and case studies for any kitchen or bathroom project, as well as a useful resources section for homeowners and building trade professionals alike.

The website also boasts interactive slideshows where users can go through either of Lakeville’s two Kitchen & Bathroom showrooms. Additionally, Lakeville has included a blog to ensure that their valued customers have an avenue to interact directly with their design experts and learn about the latest kitchen trends, products and Lakeville news.


March 25, 2010

Lakeville Visits Plain & Fancy

Filed under: Lakeville News — Lakeville KB @ 9:39 am

Back on January 18-19, company president Richard Sirlin and members of Lakeville’s sales team were invited to tour the Plain & Fancy facility in Pennsylvania. They got a first-hand look at the craftsmanship that goes into the manufacturing of their custom cabinets. Lakeville was delighted to attend and found it informative and interesting!

Click here to be taken to the Plain & Fancy section of our website.

March 9, 2010

Lakeville Receives NAHB Recognition

Filed under: Industry Tidbits,Lakeville News — Lakeville KB @ 10:33 am

Lakeville Industries, Inc. was recently recognized as part of the National Association of Home Builders 50 Year Membership Recognition program. At the 2010 International Builder’s Show, Joe Robson, president of the NAHB, formally recognized Lakeville for its long-term membership and association with the NAHB.

(Click the logo above to be taken to their website.)

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