23 Oct 2017

About Us – Team

Anna Wilder, Owner The owner and CEO

23 Oct 2017

Anna Wilder, Owner

The owner and CEO of DesignLoft Cabinets, Anna is a third-generation entrepreneur whose passion is to help clients see the realization of their dreams. She brings a degree in Fine Arts and years of business management experience to DesignLoft Cabinets, especially enjoying the transformation process the team brings to each and every project. An avid cook and believer┬áthe kitchen is the center of the home, she and her team bring that belief to life in kitchens, bathrooms, and throughout clients’ homes.

Betsy Brunnemer, Designer, CKD

Betsy has been designing kitchens, baths and other rooms with cabinetry for over 30 years. She specializes in cabinetry and layout function, the use of space, and how the design will flow with the rest of the home.

Ann Vandyke, Designer

Ann has been designing kitchens in the Charlotte area for over 15 years from bungalows in Dilworth to multi-million dollar homes. Her work reflects the personal vision and style of her clients along with the form and functionality of her experience. Ann’s work has been published locally in Charlotte Place magazine and nationally in Signature Kitchens and Kitchens magazines.

Robert Zebrowski, Designer, CKD, NCIDQ

Robert Zebrowski is an award-winning certified designer who has been practicing for over 30 years. He offers unique solutions to design challenges that have been recognized by peers, publishers, and homeowners alike. He is known for being patient, flexible and client focused. Robert is certified as a kitchen designer (CKD) by the National Kitchen & Bath Association and holds a certificate from the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ).

Kimmie Rokahr, Designer

Kimmie has been working under the guidance of Betsy Brunnemer for the past few years, after working with Interior Design magazine in Atlanta. Her extensive contacts in the contracting world give her what is needed to help the customer through every aspect of a project.
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