In the next several weeks Renovation Angel will be developing an exciting new blog feature: The Industry Spotlight!

Every week we will showcase a talent in the industry, and this week we are excited to present international interior designer Mick De Giulio. Mick was recently declared a 2015 regional winner of our partner Sub-Zero and Wolf‘s Kitchen Design Contest (KDC). His award-winning  “Back-to-Back” kitchen, seen below, was created for a discerning client on the shores of Lake Mendota in Maple Bluff, Wisconsin.

Mick de Giulio - Maple Bluff, Wisconsin
Mick de Giulio – Maple Bluff, Wisconsin


“Whether you cook or order in, you will want a de Giulio kitchen – locals boast about them the same way they do their collections of fine art.”

Samantha Brooks, Robb Report


Mick De Giulio Kitchen - Maple Bluff, Wisconsin
Mick De Giulio Kitchen – Maple Bluff, Wisconsin

More About Mick

“Design trends come and go, but I get my cues from listening to how people want to live.” – Mick De Giulio

Since founding de Giulio kitchen design in 1984, Mick De Giulio has been creating kitchens for distinctive residences throughout the United States and abroad. In 2003, he was named a Kitchen and Bath Design Leader by Interior Design magazine and in 2005 was recognized by Kitchen and Bath Business magazine as one of the 50 most influential people in the kitchen and bath industry over the last 50 years.

He has designed several product lines for high-end German kitchen manufacturer SieMatic Corporation, has designed a collection of sinks for Kallista (a Kohler company), and recently began designing for leading quartz surface manufacturer, Caesarstone. He is the author of two books, the latest of which is scheduled for a Spring 2016 release by Pointed Leaf Press.

To get in touch with Mick or his team contact them at, or visit for more design inspiration!

“Fostering creativity and beauty amid structure, (Mick De Giulio) helped form the philosophy that homes – particularly kitchens – are not only where family is defined, but also the place where we determine the future of our larger community.”

Christopher G. Kennedy, Foreword to Kitchen Centric