Welcome to Leicht Studio by CSI. Leicht is the leading cabinet manufacture in Germany and CSI Kitchen & Bath is the exclusive dealer for Atlanta.

CSI Kitchen & Bath Studio is a licensed residential remodeling firm which has been operating in the Atlanta area since 1992.

You are invited to visit our beautiful showroom featuring contemporary as well as traditional cabinetry for the kitchen, bath, closet, laundry and for your whole house.

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About Us

CSI Kitchen & Bath Studio has been providing exquisite and functional kitchens since 1992. Due to the company’s growth, CSI moved to a 22,000 sq. ft. space in 2006. CSI has one of the largest and most exciting showrooms in the Atlanta area. We are a licensed and insured residential contractor in Georgia.

When searching for a line of contemporary European cabinetry to offer our discerning clientele, we chose Leicht because they are the #1 cabinet manufacturer in Germany as well being the benchmark for the most innovative trends in kitchen design. From their beginnings in 1928 as a two-man workshop begun by brothers Alois and Josef Leicht, the company has grown to an award-winning international kitchen manufacturer.

Leicht’s philosophy is to have the courage to accept risks and remain true to its principles. From the 1940’s when Leicht introduced built-in kitchens and standard sizing, to colored wood veneers and kitchen zoning, to today’s introduction of “Concept 40,” winner of the IMM “Best of the Best” award, Leicht has always been on the cutting edge of design aesthetics and ergonomic solutions. Kitchen designers, interior designers, architects and builders—as well as homeowners—appreciate the diversity and options available with Leicht. With 51 programs and over 2,000 possible colors to choose from, and with looks ranging from country house chic to cutting edge, the selection offers the greatest flexibility and choice. In addition, the standard features are exceptional—self-closing drawers, door dampers, glass sides on pullouts, metal floors in sink bases—and more. And true to its ergonomic commitment, Leicht offers a selection of base unit, wall unit and tall unit heights that allow the kitchen to be customized to the stature of the user.

Well-known for quality engineering and precise manufacturing, Leicht has also earned the RAL German Furniture Industry’s Quality Certificate “M” for the use of “healthy living” materials that adhere to or exceed required standards and represent the top products of the German furniture industry.

We are pleased to be the exclusive dealer for Leicht cabinetry in Georgia since 2001.

CSI offers:
· Three lines of cabinetry—Leicht, Jay Rambo Co. and Schrock
· Full remodeling services including additions
· Licensed and insured residential contractor
· Appliances, countertops and plumbing fixtures
· Storage solutions—closets, garages, pantries, home offices and more
· Entertainment centers
· Libraries
· Laundries
· Basement finishing
· Home theaters
· Outdoor kitchens
· Handyman services
· And more!

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Contact Us

CSI Kitchen & Bath Studio
6527 Jimmy Carter Blvd.
Suite C-2
Norcross, GA 30071
E-mail us: sales@csikitchenandbath.com


From I-85 North, take Exit #99, Jimmy Carter Blvd. and turn left over bridge. Proceed for about 2.1 miles, crossing Buford Hwy. Turn right onto Peterson Place and then take an immediate left at the first building. Our building faces Jimmy Carter Blvd.

From 400, take Holcomb Bridge Road east towards Norcross. Continue straight on Jimmy Carter Blvd. when Holcomb Bridge turns left. Pass under Peachtree Ind. Blvd., cross railroad tracks and turn left on Pacific Drive at traffic light. Take immediate right into parking lot and proceed to east end of building.


CSI is open to the public.
Monday–Friday: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Appointments are recommended on Saturday

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Album 1

    A study in contrast of light and dark laminate finishes. Dual, flush-mounted ovens emphasize the horizontal lines. Storage is plentiful, but cleverly concealed. Handle-less wall units add a sculptural element. Pullouts have elegant glass sides. The L-shaped island integrates with the wall units. Lava accents on the wall units blend with the ovens. Two-tone doors on tall units open as one.

Album 2

    An airy contemporary kitchen with light and dark contrasts. A built-in wall of storage creates an elegant kitchen. A gallery effect is created with unique pantry storage. A serving and storage unit in high-gloss Sahara. The kitchen peninsula with roller shutter storage at the end. A seating area is incorporated in the peninsula. A detail of wide pullout storage with signature glass sides. The dishwasher is totally concealed. Efficient storage beneath the sink.

Album 3

    This serene kitchen integrates perfectly with living spaces. The raised bar is formed of Tennessee Walnut wood-grain laminate. A functional raised bar with storage, display space and seating. The storage wall is as beautiful inside as outside. Niches for display and angled end units are surprising features. The island features sleek, handle-less storage drawer units. Convenient drawers and pullouts keep everything neat and handy. Leicht offers several beautiful cutlery tray options. No wasted space—even the ends of the island conceal storage. Angled end units come with glass shelves.

Album 4

    Vertically grained high-gloss laminate creates a striking kitchen. Easily accessible deep pullouts store a multitude of kitchen equipment. Stainless steel panels surround base units of high-gloss laminate.

Album 5

    An atypical country house kitchen in soft grey. The peninsula evokes a farm table and divides space. Wine storage is tucked into the peninsula and wrought iron bars add style. A view of the kitchen from the dining area. A detail of the sink area with shelving and double-sided glass doors.

Album 6

    This minimalist kitchen is efficient, calm and self-contained. The vertical graining of Talia adds a subtle texture. Perfect for a loft or condo, this kitchen maximizes space. The glass wall and stainless counter add contemporary elegance.

Album 7

    The planked character of Tao contrasts with the earthy oak grey of Tamos. Lighted glass cabinets stand out in a recessed niche. Leicht rethinks the country look for today. Open shelving over the sink creates a hutch effect. A detail of fitted cutlery trays in beechwood.

Album 8

    The luminous glass fronts of Ios have metal edges. Glass-fronted wall storage houses ovens and open shelving. Everything is close to hand in this efficient kitchen. An open shelf unit segues into contrasting seating. Tall pantry pullouts store everything with style. This storage center contains swing-out shelves. Elegant pullouts—even under the sink. This base pullout has an inner glass-fronted pullout. More glass-fronted pullouts under the ovens. The island has room for seating and ends in open shelving.

Album 9

    Castello’s Shaker-like style bridges contemporary and traditional. Tall metal-framed glass cabinets flank the range. The large island includes a round table in contrasting granite. A bar for entertaining includes a beverage center and clear ice maker. Maple cabinets create a warm, welcoming ambiance.

Album 10

    Classic black and white in high-gloss lacquer. The hutch is set in a niche backed with rosewood panels. Open shelving is also backed with rosewood. The cooktop wall contains plentiful storage.

Album 11

    Contrasts of light and dark, textured and smooth. This kitchen contains many hidden surprises. The counter extends for seating. Glass-bottomed cabinets diffuse subtle light. Swing-out shelves make the most of a corner. End unit shelving is perfect for display or books. A tall corner pantry conceals swing-out shelves. Even the oven is concealed behind a pocket door. Leicht is well-known for its fitted drawer storage.

Album 12

    A natural, organic combination in two shades of oak. With raised bases and flush mounted tall units, this is fresh kitchen planning. This state-of-the-art kitchen melds seamlessly with living spaces. The island back has storage with handleless drawers. The oven is flush mounted for a smooth integrated look. Detail of lighted niche with stainless back wall. Tobia’s fronts are accented with a stainless metal edge.

Album 13

    A geometric kitchen in dark oak and high-gloss white lacquer. Leicht’s Paneel 40 wall system, on the right, connects kitchen to living areas. The outlined door on the dark back wall slides to reveal more storage. Tall pocket door units conceal appliances. Detail of the sliding door. Mirrored pedestals are a unique way to showcase art. The Paneel 40 wall system has a variety of options including this table. Niche lighting in the Paneel 40 system. A wall box with sliding door for the Paneel 40 system. Wall drawers for the Paneel 40 wall system.

Album 14

    The Paneel 40 wall system used as a divider wall in a dining area. Elegant, sculptural wall storage using Paneel 40. The system works well for a home office or child’s room.

Album 15

    The Concept 40 system creates a completely integrated wall of storage. Cupboards extend to the countertop—when open the full depth can be used. Lift-up doors hide dishes or small appliances. Here Tamos in Oak Anthracite form the base units. Lift-up doors are easy to operate.

Album 16

    Laminate in Lava contrasts with light Ferrara Oak. Kitchen cabinetry as architecture. Matching color integrated handles form a continuous line. Pullouts reveal attractive interior glass fronts. The integrated handle continues in the dishwasher panel. Appliances are concealed behind slide-away doors. Natural materials form a harmonious whole.

Album 17

    Avance in custom colors, lacquer finish and aluminum handles. Glass slats in the roller shutter conceal appliances. The horizontal line of roller shutter and ovens is echoed by the handles. Create a sophisticated kitchen in hundreds of custom colors. The three wall units are built into the wall.

Album 18

    An extraordinary kitchen of exotic rosewood and high-gloss lacquer. The island is supported on a plinth of rosewood. The rosewood plinth adds a geometric element. The glass topped island is sleek and sophisticated. Thick panels surround a horizontal row of appliances for easy access. The horizontal line of appliances is balanced by the vertical rosewood cabinetry. Stainless griprails add a horizontal element.

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