Using European Cabinets to Create Modern and Customizable Designs

Lineadecor’s CEU Course Taps Unique Attributes of European Cabinets

Lineadecor, a leading kitchen furniture brand, manufactured in Turkey and designed with “Italian gusto “since 1991, has created and sponsored a course \ titled “European-Style Cabinetry: Less is More, Still True Today, as it Has Been for Decades.” Found on the Continuing Education Center, Architecture + Construction website, the course carries 1 AIA LU/Elective credit.

Lineadecor’s course examines how the attributes of European cabinetry are uniquely suited to design, allowing the kitchen’s aesthetic to be integrated with the rest of the home. The unique attributes of European cabinets enable a united and functional aesthetic for residential projects. Building on milestones from the evolution of fitted kitchens, European cabinets embrace the latest in innovations, both in design trends and maximizing functionality and sustainability. Materials and production advantages of European cabinetry are discussed, as well as how to best collaborate with a manufacturer to ensure design expectations are met.

Learning Objectives for the course include:

  1. Identify the characteristics of European cabinetry.
  2. Compare different materials available for cabinet frames and doors, and understand the timelines required for the production of different materials and design.
  3. Discuss the collaborative process between design professional and international cabinet manufacturer to ensure efficient and precise production in accordance with the local construction industry specifics and delivery process.
  4.  Assess how today’s international manufacturers implement change in order to supply the U.S. market.

“We are thrilled to offer this course for professionals in the field and hope it is of great value in their professional endeavors,” said Arzu Ertas, Dırector of U.S. Operations. “Lineadecor is revolutionizing the design of kitchen furniture and is happy to sponsor the continuing education of architects and designers.”


About Lineadecor Lineadecor, a leading international kitchen furniture brand, manufactured in Turkey and designed with Italian gusto since 1991. Lineadecor makes a difference in the sector with its superiority in production and material quality, creative design approach, and global network. The product range enhances the capabilities of the modular kitchen with its aesthetic and functional lines allowing countless design combinations to meet each customer’s unique needs for various kitchen solutions. Providing consultation services throughout the architectural design stage, Lineadecor USA proves to be not only a kitchen furniture supplier but a design partner in both retail and large-scale projects. For more information visit

Editor's Note:

Lineadecor has teamed up with Sandra’s Wine LifeLineadecor has teamed up with Sandra’s Wine Life to present holiday wine tips from their main showroom at 900 Broadway in the Flatiron district of New York City.  “We are thrilled to host Sandra Guibord of Sandra’s Wine Life in our showroom. Although this year has been a difficult one for all, we are excited to close out 2020 with holiday wine tips to enjoy in the kitchen. This pandemic has emphasized the need for a clean and spacious kitchen, and we are happy our beautiful showroom can host such a warm and fun event during the winter season,” said Arzu Ertas, USA Director, Lineadecor. “I am so happy to be sharing wonderful wine tips for the holiday in this beautiful Lineadecor showroom,” said Sandra Guibord of Sandra’s Wine Life. “The kitchen is the heart of the home, where families have come together this past year to utilize the space for school, work, and gathering. This season is a special time to enjoy great wine in the safety of your home with your loved ones.”

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