established in 1999

Conveniently located in the heart of Stony Brook, Cervo Designs opens their doors to a beautifully remodeled showroom representing several new European cabinetry lines. They have remained partners with their Italian cabinetry manufacturers for over 15 years now.

Owner & Lead Designer, Andrea Cervo, began her career at university in Argentina studying to become an architect. After her education, she began working with clients on residential projects globally and soon after launched Cervo Designs. In 2016, Andrea and her husband/co-owner, Hernando, opened their new showroom doors in the quaint village of Stony Brook, NY. Today, Cervo Designs brings the modern beauty of luxury Italian cabinetry to all of Long Island.

Cervo Designs specializes in the following custom designs:

• Kitchens • Bathrooms • Closets • Fireplace Design • Entertainment Units • Furnishings


Kind Words

Cervo Design recently redesigned my small, boxy kitchen and adjacent rooms. The spaces are now dynamic with innovative design, creative spatial organization, colors, textures and lighting. The spaces now look larger even though the size of the home remains the same. The rooms are exciting to the eye. My home now looks like a fine piece of beautiful sculpture. We are very happy with the work Cervo design has done.

— Paula Brown Via Houzz

Dear Andrea; I want you to know how pleased and happy we are with our new home. You have transformed our house into a beautiful place, our friends and family cannot stop complimenting the way the colors and furnishing just seem flow. Our Kitchen, dinning room and master bedroom looks amazing !!! We cannot tell you how happy we have been with the whole process, the distance was not an impediment to delivered the job on time and on budget, and your attention and supervision of every facet of our project was to say the least impressive.. Working with you was a real pleasure and we’re to undertake in our beach home, you will be one person we will call on. Thank you again for a wonderful job.

— Alejandro Alvarez via Houzz