Humanity Home & Cabinetry is a full-service interior design center specializing in kitchen and bathroom design and cabinetry. In addition to providing custom cabinetry for every style and budget, Humanity Home & Cabinetry offers a wide array of beautifully tailored furniture, home accessories, lighting, rugs and original artwork. Whether you are planning a remodel, are in the market for design services, furniture or accessories, or are “just looking,” Humanity Home & Cabinetry is the perfect place to fantasize about your ideal home.
Hiring a “designer” is not merely for the rich and famous. We all have priorities when it comes to our time and our budgets. A good interior designer should assist you in making smart, well thought-through decisions when investing in your home.When done correctly, an interior designer will help you save money and time, not to mention the headaches and heartaches that come with buyer’s remorse. This is the foundation upon which Humanity Home & Cabinetry is built.
Owner, Kelly Silverstein has been an interior designer for over 15 years. Her resume includes both residential and commercial spaces. Her approach to design is a healthy mix of style and realism. Having a beautiful space is only half of the equation. A successfully designed space has to function according to each owner’s unique requirements, such as family size and age, activities and of course our beloved pets. Kelly takes all aspects of her clients’ lives into consideration when designing the ideal space for their home or business.
Kelly is a member of IDS (Interior Design Society), KBIS (Kitchen and Bath Industry Show), and is a founding member of the Wine Country Design Group. Kelly welcomes the opportunity to learn more about your design goals and offers an IN-HOME CONSULTATION.
Jessica has been designing spaces since the days of play forts in the backyard! Luckily, the spaces she dreams up for her clients now are much more luxurious than forts. A native of Sonoma County, she is excited to bring great design to this beautiful area. After taking interior design classes at Santa Rosa Junior College, she moved to San Francisco. While going to San Francisco State University for her Bachelors in Interior Design, she had a chance to work for a number of reputable designers, as well as custom furniture showrooms and real estate staging.
Since graduating in 2014 and moving back to Sonoma County, she is eager to create contemporary, classic homes—a place that feels fresh, yet ages gracefully through the years. Ultimately, good design emerges when the personality and lifestyle of her clients shine through in an interesting, innovative manner. Contact us now for an IN-HOME CONSULTATION.
We understand that you have many choices when it comes to the products and accessories you select for your home. What sets us apart from most retail stores, including the Internet marketplace, is the personalized attention we give to each and every one of our customers. When you enter our store, we are truly happy to see you and willing to spend whatever time it takes to learn about you, your style and how you live. Only then are we able to give you our expert advice on which products are the best fit for you.
Our mission is to educate our customers so you are better equipped to make informed decisions when it comes to designing your home. Our homes are a major investment, and you deserve to make the most of it. Whether you are remodeling your home or simply adding new furniture and accessories, we want you to understand the value of your purchases. This understanding requires an expert to explain how and where various products are made, and why certain products have a longer “shelf-life” than others. Only then can you make the purchases that are best for you.
We understand that purchases for your home can be intimidating and that often items that appear one way in the showroom look completely different in your home. This is why, whenever possible, we allow you to take samples or even a piece home in order to make certain it will work for you. We sincerely do not want to sell you something that you are not going to be happy with for years to come.