From the beginning, Fiddlehead Designs Owner Steve Prescott has focused his business exclusively on environmentally sustainable, ‘green’ cabinetry for kitchens, baths, built-ins and custom furniture.
What makes a set of cabinets sustainable? We believe a cabinetry project’s sustainability is based on three elements—quality construction with sustainable materials, a protective and safe finish, and the ecological footprint of the woodworking shop.
Custom Built-In Cabinetry and Furniture
The pleasure of designing a custom piece of furniture and built-in cabinetry for a client is that we can ensure it fits exactly in the intended space—not too small, not too large but just right; and that it meets the client’s functional needs perfectly. The construction quality will be much higher than the furniture you’ll find in factory furniture showrooms. And like our cabinetry, you’ll be pleased to discover it doesn’t cost much more to have a custom piece made just for you.
“Brian Repetto, my lead cabinetmaker, and I are both intense about our work from start to finish. We put our hearts and souls into every piece for our clients ... and for ourselves,” says Prescott.
Steve Prescott, owner
In my spare time, I enjoy getting out in the woods for hiking and cross-country skiing, kayaking on Maine’s rocky coast, and playing traditional Old Time, Irish, and New England contradance music on fiddle and octave mandolin.
Brian Repetto, cabinetmaker
Since 2009, my family and I have tended a few acres on the outskirts of Brunswick. On the rare occasion that I’m not in the shop, in the garden, or looking after the animals, I can usually be found on a bicycle, on a trail, or poking around the state looking for birds.
Note: Fiddlehead Designs delivers and installs throughout New England.