About


In 1957, Amos Sexton embarked on a career as a sales representative for a kitchen furniture company. His territory was the Southeastern United States. The company flourished and grew into a family operation with multiple warehouses and showrooms in a number of Southern states. His son, Don Sexton, moved his family to Nashville to expand the company in 1986. For more than 50 years, the Sexton family has worked with architects, interior designers, builders, developers, remodeling contractors and individuals who are building or remodeling their homes or offices.

In 2003, Don joined two other Nashville businessmen to form Q Center LLC—a real estate endeavor with a focus on customer convenience. In this center, Great Kitchens and Ferguson have connecting showrooms, which gives customers easy accessibility to both incredible kitchen design as well as plumbing fixtures, lighting and appliances. Customers easily can plan new construction or remodeling with a vast assortment of products at their fingertips.


Luke Sexton is a detail-oriented designer as well as an expert at CAD 20/20 design and room layouts.  He is a licensed contractor for the greater Nashville area and, through Great Kitchens, can handle the entire remodeling process. Luke, son of Don Sexton, is a graduate of Louisiana State University in Construction Management.


Brooke Puetz  joins us in the office as cabinetry design consultants.  She has specific talent in the cabinetry design process with our CAD 20/20 design program.


Aaron Sexton Bourgeois oversees accounting, billing and receivables within the Great Kitchens office.  Aaron, daughter of Don Sexton, is a graduate of Louisiana State University in Business Management.



Donald Ouellette is our lead carpenter and installer. He is committed to customer service and excellence. Donald is very detail oriented and has high standards for the finished product.


With a strong foundation based on dedication to service and excellence that only a family-owned business can provide, Great Kitchens roots itself in the integrity of the past while keeping abreast of the latest trends and designs for a future of success.

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