About Freedom Design Kitchen & Bath
Established in 2002 by President and Owner, Bill Staycheff, Freedom Design has been providing innovative and functional designs for every room in your home. Bill has been in the cabinet industry for over 30 years. He founded Freedom Design with the principles of honesty, integrity, and great customer service. Along with always making the design experience begin and end with the customer in mind.
Over our twelve years in business we have built a reputation by providing personable customer service while creating unique designs with quality products at an exceptional value. To gain inspiration, we invite you to visit one of our three beautiful showrooms or view our bathroom inspirations and kitchen inspirations pages.
Our Team of Designers
We Design with Your Lifestyle in Mind
Our team of designers at Freedom Design Kitchen and Bath provides our customers with outstanding personalized service and attention to detail. Our staff listens to your wants and needs to design a space customized to your lifestyle. We pride ourselves and believe we set ourselves apart from the competition with our years of design expertise and product knowledge to make your dreams a reality.
He launched his own company, Freedom Design in June of 2002 aspiring to give Builders, Remodelers, and Consumers the finest products in the marketplace along with exceptional service that has been the trademark of his career. He opened a satellite showroom in Cuyahoga Falls in 2004 serving the needs of Summit County.
Bill is especially proud of the products Freedom Design has partnered with, such as Kraftmaid, the largest cabinet company in the country that consistently wins JD Powers Best Buy award. Building a team of professionals to service the customer’s needs is one of his greatest accomplishments.
Bruce and his wife Missy have three children and live in Parma. In their spare time they enjoy the outdoors, camping, sports and spending time with the family.
Rusty is very active in the Hudson United Soccer Club, where he sits on the Soccer board while his son plays for both Hudson United and Everest Soccer Clubs. His daughter is just entering her freshman year at Kent State University.