Our story begins with David Vincenzi Senior, who began his diverse career as an architect designing commercial buildings in Boston, Massachusetts, but his passion for old world carpentry and colonial homes was his true calling. Years later he opened his own firm specializing in the design and restoration of colonial homes nestled in and around Litchfield County, Connecticut. This later evolved in to a niche specialty, focusing on kitchen and custom cabinetry design. His passion and craftsmanship was passed down to his son, David Jr who worked alongside David Sr since the time he could walk. In 2006, David Sr began branding his own line of cabinetry named after his youngest daughter, Amelia. When David Jr graduated from the highly regarded design school, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), with a degree in Industrial Design and minors in business, he superseded David Sr as president of Amelia Cabinet Company. While at RIT, David Jr worked under some of the world’s most prolific designers, woodworkers, and craftsmen. Today, Amelia Cabinet Company designs and creates custom cabinetry to endure trends and everyday use. Our furniture is created using a mixture of old world techniques and cutting edge technology.
How We Got Our Name
Amelia- Our hero, daughter, sister, friend, and much more, was a passionate, kindhearted, loving person who lived life to the fullest and could often be seen creating artful baked goods in the Vincenzi family kitchen. She loved art and design but above else, helping those in need. She was a long-time patient of (formerly, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center) Connecticut Children’s where she was treated for a rare auto immune disorder called CVID. Her passion and drive are ingrained within us and we wanted to honor her name and memory by naming the company after her. We give back to the extraordinary patients in the hematology and oncology department as we know first-hand even the smallest of gestures make a difference. If you would like to donate directly, please contact us to help spread smiles.