Pittsburgh Specialty Rooms Remodeling & Design
From Bars and Bonus Rooms to Playrooms and Wine Cellars, Woodville has you covered for any and all of your Specialty Room design needs.
We Make Having
a Specialty Room Easy
Woodville House offers a wide range and style of custom cabinetry options from manufacturers such as Merillat and Plato Woodwork which offer inspirational designs for all kinds of specialty rooms and projects.
We’ll take your dreams and make them a reality on time and on budget! Because of our expertise, performance record and strong partnerships, we’re confident that we can deliver the right Specialty Room at the right price and time for you.
"I couldn’t be more pleased with my newly renovated kitchen. Laura Utilized our space seamlessly and put on paper what I just couldn’t imagine on my own. She is highly knowledgeable AND picked up on my style right away. She has a true talent and I look forward to working with her again in the future."
Jodi A. - Happy Client
"Laura was very knowledgeable and great help on designing my kitchen. I was not experienced at this and she walked me through the process. I am very happy with the final product. I would strongly recommend working with Laura, and I would gladly work with her again in the future."
Tom D. - Happy Client
We Know You'll Love
Merillat Cabinetry creates sensible products for the kitchen, bath, or entire home.
Founded in 1946 by Orville Merillat, and today headquartered in Ann Arbor, MI, the company’s success is built upon an unyielding commitment to customers, a dedication to a community of dealers, designers, and builders, and industry-changing innovations.
About Plato Woodwork
Since 1893, Plato Woodwork has earned its reputation as one of America’s finest custom cabinetry manufacturers and fashion leaders. The master craftsmen of the Pinske family have owned and actively managed their thriving company in the small Midwestern community of Plato, MN for five generations.
Today, Plato still builds every cabinet as a true original. Designed, built and finished to your specifications and their exacting standards, they use a deft blend of state-of-the-art technology and old-fashioned hands-on craftsmanship to produce American made heirloom quality cabinetry for your home.
They are committed to using domestic sources for their materials whenever possible. Though cheaper materials may be available, they feel that if you really want to say your product is "Made in the USA" there should be more to it than just assembling the product in America.
Since most of them grew up together in rural Minnesota, they are very dedicated to their local workforce and environment.