WORCESTER – Alban Gega opened the doors of Spotlight Kitchen Bath & Lighting Design Center almost 10 years ago, after gaining experience in kitchen design at other local shops. He wanted to create a concept that highlighted creative design as well as functionality. As he has built Spotlight, he has developed a discerning taste in quality materials.
“We hand-pick our vendors and have a high-quality line of cabinets, countertops, hardware, and lighting,” said Gega. “We have exclusive agreements with several manufacturers so that we can provide our clients with the best selection and best value.”
Gega and his team go out of their way to provide clients a truly unique experience. They take measurements and listen to what the client visualizes for their kitchen before starting the design.
“We offer free at-home consults for our clients,” said Gega. “We spend time listening to our clients needs and desires and then create a design that is custom. We help our clients visualize their kitchen with 3-D graphic renderings. This brings their design to life, and this shows them how good we are.”
Using samples from their extensive collection, the designers work with the client to make the decisions that will craft a beautiful kitchen. They help each client with the selection of materials and colors, including lighting.
Gega’s team consists of himself and four talented designers: Morgan Vance is the lighting showroom manager who specializes in identifying lighting trends. Leanne Richard is architect and design lead and holds the coveted 30 Under 30 award from the National Kitchen and Bath Association. Ilmi Licaj is the CAD expert who studied at Boston Architecture College. Madison O’Leary is the office and design assistant with a combined background in business and interior design.
Gega and his team stay on top of trends by attending kitchen and lighting shows throughout the year. Looking at kitchen trends this year, Gega is seeing a lot of mixed styles.
“It’s a transitional time for design in Massachusetts. There is great demand for cabinets that look like furniture and have high functionality for storage. Wood hues are coming back, and these are stronger and more durable than painted cabinets,” said Gega.
The team at Spotlight prides itself on offering more than functionality to its clients. With lighting in particular, they are able to elevate any kitchen style.
“Lighting can change the feel of a kitchen. It can introduce some fun and spark – some bling,” said Gega. “We work with the temperature and natural light in a kitchen and then balance those with lighting design. This can include many types of lighting: recessed, under-cabinet, LED, fans, sconces, chandeliers – every type of lighting.”
Schedule your kitchen consultation by calling (508) 762-9095 or visit Spotlight Kitchen Bath & Lighting Design Center at 86 Shrewsbury Street in Worcester.
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