Closets Conference & Expo News
The Closets Lifestyle tour is part of the full day of education slated for the event on April 12 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Fla.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- At the full-day Wood Pro Conference scheduled for April 12, the father and son team of Edward San Juan, president, and Eddie San Juan, operations manager, will discuss how they have integrated CNC technology into their third-generation company’s production operations.
Winners of the 2022 Top Shelf Design Awards – garage category – featured LED lighting prominently in their designs.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Members of the Association of Closet and Storage Professionals (ACSP) now qualify for a 50 percent discount to join the Cabinet Makers Association (CMA) and vice versa. This reciprocal arrangement will be highlighted at the ACSP and CMA booths during the Closets Conference & Expo co-located with Wood Pro Expo Florida, April 12-14 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- In recent years there has been an utter explosion of new and enhanced materials available to closet designers.
The 2023 Top Shelf Design Awards judges are Angelia York, Saint Louis Closet Co.; Tim Coleman, SCE Unlimited; and Kelly Victor-Burke, Burke Architectural Millwork and Bespoke Closets.
Registration is now open for the co-located events to be held April 12-14. More than 1,000 closets and woodworking professionals are expected to attend. In addition to daily keynotes, attendees will hear from experts on topics including design, hiring and retaining labor, digital marketing, writing contracts, adapting CNC manufacturing, and ensuring professionalism in your business.
RIVIERA, Fla. -- Closet Lifestyle is a shining example of how a high-end custom cabinetmaker branched out to service high-end custom closet clients as well. Attendees of the 2023 Closets and Wood Pro conferences will have the opportunity to tour the company's manufacturing and showroom operations.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – As many custom woodworkers find out, being great at designing and fabricating cabinets and furniture does not necessarily translate into being adept at managing the business side of things.