Kitchen Remodel Scottsdale, Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills

Custom Furniture and Custom Kitchen Cabinets 

Paul Rene has designed and built custom furniture and performed kitchen remodels in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Paradise, Fountain Hills for over 12 years.
Our jaw dropping designs reflect your unique style preferences and functional requirements. You are our inspiration. Paul Rene eliminates purchasing mistakes by ensuring your room works. We tailor to your floor plan, existing home decor, and color palette.
Paul Rene makes the custom process stress-free for our customers. If other contractors are required for your job, don’t worry. We have a team of trusted drywall, painting, flooring, and electrical contractors that we coordinate with.
To see our quality and artisan capabilities, visit The MN Collection showroom at the Scottsdale Design District. Our limited-production furniture is on display, including buffets, occasional chairs, dining and coffee tables.


Unlimited Design Possibilities

Whether your style is transitional, contemporary, modern, or industrial rustic, the Paul Rene difference is fresh design ideas that breathe new life into your home office, library, bedroom, dining area, or living room.
If you’re the social type, that hosts dinner parties, we’re a perfect fit for you. We’re known for our ability to create conversational pieces like window benches, wall units, home bars, and libraries with rolling ladders. Our kitchen remodels feature unique design elements like floating display shelves and reclaimed barn wood.
We also work with exotic veneers, metal, and glass.
Call for an appointment only visit to our studio and manufacturing facility in Phoenix. Here you can see quality custom made cabinets and furniture in progress and, see a wide range of new and exciting materials.
If you prefer a designer to visit you, click below to schedule a free in-home consultation.
We also service Peoria, Tempe, Queen Creek, Chandler, Casa Grande and Tucson 





A Blog About Our Time by Paul Jeffrey


What should we conclude about a society that looks backwards – that desires retro furnishings, fashions, etc? Would there have been a mid-century modern era, unless society tired or wanted to move forward from the streamline era? The role of design is to push the needle forward, to advance and inspire thoughts of a new and better society.