As president and lead designer, Rob Klein brings a fine arts background to the industry. He received a degree in fine arts from Kenyon College in 1994. “Because I’m classically trained, I bring a clear understanding of proportion and balance to my designs for clients. Our kitchens are about more than fine hardware and beautifully carved and finished cabinet doors; they are about design.”
Little wonder Rob’s clients are smitten. His favorite complement from a pleased homeowner: “This isn’t a kitchen, it’s artwork!”
Experienced in both Residential and Commercial Kitchen Design, Amy Kreutz has built up a portfolio of great projects for nearly 15 years in the Kitchen and Bath Industry.
As a Certified Kitchen Designer with the NKBA, Amy is devoted to providing her clients with a professional and unique outcome, suitable for any type of project. Starting her career at The Merchandise Mart in Chicago after completing her BS in Interior Design at Ball State University, Amy learned the full scope of design for several different applications. From small city condos to large estates throughout the U.S., she is accustomed to working with restrictive space planning as well as using design elements to add uniqueness to any project.
As showroom manager, Jenny Niceley, shares her passion for providing excellent service with clients, vendors, and manufacturers. Her background includes experience in teaching, sales, administration, and other bookkeeping duties. Jenny looks forward to each upcoming project and loves taking on new challenges.
As project manager, Jessica Willits, is dedicated to organization. She lives for binders and tabs, whether physically or digitally. Jessica graduated from Purdue University with a bachelor’s degree in Management and a minor in Marketing, but has found her way back to the Interior Design industry. She works full-time at Conceptual Kitchens and is a student at IUPUI.