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Fine Custom Kitchens
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Mike Robinson has been involved in the building industry from an early age. Thoughtful kitchen design and personal service
have been the focus of his remodeling efforts for over 15 years. An extensive network among industry professionals has allowed him to approach each project with new and unique possibilities.

Mike attended Catholic University where he pursued a degree in Fine Arts and studied under well known artists Tom Nakashima & John Winslow. He has extensive experience and formal training on Autocad and various design software as well as possessing the abilities of a skilled Draftsmen.

For the past 15 years Mike has worked closely with builders, homeowners, designers and architects on projects that focus on quality, creativity and functionality.
A partial list of clients includes: United States Senator Robert C. Byrd of West Virginia, Jan Lodal, President of the Atlantic Council of the United States, King Hussein whose kitchen Mike designed at his US residence in conjunction with Izadi Interiors, Dianne Morton of the Australian Embassy,  Dr Richard Gianatto of HRG and Theodore Bergeron, Director of United Cerebral Palsey. Mike has consulted with Robert Panke of Panke Interiors on one of Rupert Merdocks residences and met with C Everett Koop to discuss the benefits of updating his kitchen prior to selling his residence. In addition he has worked directly with fine home builders such as D&W Builders, Groover & Cooley, and Bowa Builders of Nothern VA on several projects over the years.

"When faced with difficult obstacles the ability to analize the situation
and offer a creative solution is critical. I believe it is extremely important to bring together a balance of form and function and not compromise on either. If it's not possible to eliminate a design challenge, I will often suggest bringing attention to it in order to make it an element of architectural interest." 
Michael Robinson

Mike currently lives in Northern Virginia along with his wife Adrienne and thier four daughters Allyson, Kelly, Julie and Sarah.

"fine kitchens at a fair price"