About Us


ARTEZIA European Cabinetry | Design Studio is a San Francisco Bay Area based interior design and custom cabinetry firm specializing in high-end kitchen design and builds.

In consultation with our in-house kitchen design team, we painstakingly craft custom layouts to address the space and how you use your kitchen, while at the same time creating something that is both contemporary and classic.

We are able to guide our clients through all phases of the kitchen remodeling process, from the first sparks of design inspiration, through to the final installation. We'll have your bottle of French wine ready for you to celebrate.


Our guiding business principle is to make what is sometimes a stressful and complicated process into one that is approachable, simplified, and even fun.


Our Team

Daniel Leffler
Principal | Project Manager
With an extensive background in residential design, construction, and development, Daniel brings his love of interior design and fine material selection to the ARTEZIA European Cabinetry | Design Studio showroom.

John Michael Salas 
Project Coordinator | Drafter 
Driven by his love of architecture and engineering, paired with his academic background and experience in construction, John is adept at producing high-quality plans, schematics, and component details in the aspect of drafting and project coordinator. 

Stephanie Birdsell
Project Coordinator | Designer 
Stephanie brings a wide range of experience and creative passion. Fueled by her love of art and expression, she is also a ceramic artist, painter, and graphic designer.  



  • What products do you sell?

    • Primarily custom cabinetry. Although we specialize in kitchens, we supply fine cabinetry for all areas of the home, including living rooms, offices, wardrobes, bathrooms and more.​

  • What services do you provide?

    • Kitchen design services. These designs are actually complimentary for most projects. However, some services will require an additional fee for design and other design professionals. Examples would be structural work, drafting plans for City permitting requirements, and more in depth design assistance in selecting products from outside vendors, such as tiles, flooring and plumbing fixtures. We prefer to help out as much as possible free of charge, please see Our Process for more information, or simply Contact Us directly. ​

  • How much do kitchen cabinets cost?

    • Cabinetry for a typical kitchen is in the $40,000 to $60,000 range, which includes our design services, but does not include installation. Installation is generally 15% to 20% of the overall product cost. We have many materials and designs however, and are able to accommodate many budgets. ​

  • How long will it take to get my cabinets?

    • The fast answer is 6 to 8 weeks for manufacturing, and about 5 weeks for shipping. The clock starts when the kitchen design has been finalized and the order has been signed off on. Please see Our Process for more detail. ​

  • How long will my kitchen remodel take?

    • The easy answer is it depends. It may take as little as 8 weeks, or as much as ​18 weeks. The key is great organization, material procurement prior to starting demolition, and a responsive and professional team. We can help. 

  • What is the process like?

    • There are three main phases to a kitchen remodeling project that can be further broken down into sub-categories. These three are​:

      1. Design & Planning. It's best to allow a minimum of 6 weeks for this process, although sometimes we move faster when clients know what they like and they are able to make decisions quickly. We've also had clients that have been in the planning phase for years.

      2. Material Purchases. Besides purchasing and ordering your beautiful new custom cabinets, there are also appliances, counter tops, back splashes, tile, flooring and electrical and plumbing fixtures to consider. We are able to support you in this process.

      3. Construction. Day One starts when demolition begins. The entire kitchen remodeling process can be broken up into two main phases: 'rough' and 'finish'. The rough phase is the first half of the project, including demolition, framing, rough electrical, HVAC and plumbing, and all the necessary City inspections that accompany those tasks. The finish phases begins when insulation and sheetrock are installed, and it includes flooring, painting, cabinet and appliances installation, as well as counters, plumbing, electrical fixtures and tile. 

  • How do we get started?