“If we can draw it, we can build it.”
Kyle Busby is truly a second-generation cabinet guy. As a child who would often go with his father to work, Kyle used to play in the cabinets at the Busby design centers and later built all kinds of things out of the gathered bits of material from the workshop.
While he left for a short time to get a degree in economics from the University of Florida, he always came back and being a part of the Busby company is important to him.
Kyle explains, “I love what I do. It’s fun to collaborate with clients, to develop their ideas and bring those ideas to life.” Before becoming a designer, he worked in multiple different capacities within the company, including a considerable amount of time in engineering and three years in sanding and finishing.
Kyle has been around cabinets long enough to see the dramatic shift in design styles and know what it takes to produce excellence every time. Because he has been around the business his entire life, he knows that design styles shift over time, from the heavy carvings used in traditional Old World designs and from the “Pottery Barn-esque” pine look to the contemporary white cabinets that are popular today.
Through it all, the company’s craftsman’s workshop has the ability to produce them all., and Kyle takes great pride in that.
“Because we have true master craftsman working in our workshop and a tremendous amount of expertise within our design staff, we are continually able to change with the times. I love knowing that when I put pencil to paper, our guys can build it.”
Kyle works to elevate the everyday with strong design and fine craftsmanship and ensures flawless execution by adhering to diligent follow-up. He carries the pride of the Busby name and is a previous Grand Aurora Award winner (from the Southeast Building Conference).
He knows that, to live up to the Busby standard, details matter. He meets with subcontractors often–electricians, plumbers or HVAC specialists–and is very picky when it comes to execution.
“I care about the technical aspects of the project. I like building relationships with our subcontractors and making sure there is strong communication with all parties.”
From the first sketch right through final execution, each design element is purposefully chosen to fulfill (or exceed!) a client’s particular dream. Those sketches then get translated into technical drawings that will result in the three-dimensional art form known as beautiful Busby cabinets that enhance and create a discerning client’s luxury home environments.
You’ll see Kyle’s designs in the upscale homes in the Orlando area, Palm Coast, Melbourne, Winter Park, Vero Beach, Isleworth, Golden Oak, Lake Nona and New Smyrna Beach.
When he’s not focused on creating beautiful spaces with cabinetry, you’ll find him as a charter sea boat captain of The Green Monster or on the farm with his wife, three kids, a horse, the cow, a donkey, the chickens and the fish in his pond.