• Meet with a Mannino Cabinetry design specialist at our NJ Studio.

  • Determine project scope and budget.

  • Review any existing floor plans, drawings, and inspirational images.

  • A retainer and signed Design Agreement are kindly requested to move forward with the project. This non-refundable amount will be applied to the project’s final payment.

  • Once executed, one of our talented Designers will begin the Schematic Design for your project.

Note: Designs are the property of Mannino Cabinetry, LLC until the project’s final payment. Mannino Cabinetry, LLC does not sell its designs without the purchase of products through the studio.

DEsign Phase 1: schematic design

  • A Mannino Cabinetry design specialist will schedule a visit to your home to record existing measurements.

  • In the showroom, your Designer will assist you with all your selections regarding cabinetry. This includes architectural style, color, finishes, and hardware.

  • Your Designer will begin the conceptual design and layout, then provide a budget estimate.

  • With the assistance of your Designer, you will select appliances, plumbing hardware, lighting, flooring, countertops, and etc.

  • The Conceptual Design and Budget is updated reflecting your selections, and are presented by your Designer.

  • Upon the initial approval of the conceptual design, the design will be converted into 3D renderings for your review.

Design Phase 2: Design Development

  • The project design and selections are refined until you are completely satisfied.

  • When the Design and Construction contract is signed, 50% of the contract will be due.

  • The construction documents are completed, signed, and sealed.

  • Finally, the product orders are placed.

    Note: Cabinetry production and delivery are typically delivered between 6-12 weeks based on the scope and the project specifications.


  • The delivered products will be received by Mannino Cabinetry and inspected to ensure everything matches the approved order.

  • The Installation is coordinated with the client.

  • The construction manager will see the project through to the final touches.