Paul talks with an Shazia who’s an engineer with a great sense of humor. Besides going over design changes, Paul explains why engineers can be tough customers for kitchen designers.
We say Thank You to our customers.
After Main Line Kitchen Design’s customers kitchens are completed, we send a small thank you.
These thank you gifts are usually either Julia Child cookbooks, Di Bruno Brothers Cheese books or Forest Decor olive wood cutting boards.
A Tale of Two Kitchens. The Kitchen Renovation of the Smarts and the Knowbettas
“It was the best of times; it was the worst of times” for two couples who worked with Main Line Kitchen Design.
Both Bob and Jenny Smart and Craig and Lisa Knowbetta began considering their kitchen renovations in late June.
[Note – Ladies and Gentlemen, the story you are about to hear is true. The names have been changed to protect the innocent]
Who’s the Best Kitchen Designer in Philadelphia?
Determining who is the best kitchen designer in Philadelphia is difficult. This story about several kitchen designers shows why.
Don’t Rush Decisions When You Are Remodeling Your Kitchen.
Several years ago, my sister Alison remodeled her kitchen. While her kitchen was one of more than 100 kitchens Main Line Kitchen Design sold this year, the intimate perspective I got from working with a family member helped me better appreciate the value of taking the necessary time to make important decisions.
How Does a Professional Kitchen Designer Manage Customer Regret?
Otherwise upon the completion of a kitchen renovation homeowners could find themselves regretting some of their decisions. Below is a short conversion on this topic between Doug Mottershead CKD of McHale’s Kitchen and Bath and Paul of Main Line Kitchen Design. Both Doug and Paul are minor celebrities in the kitchen design world.
Calls with Paul: The Kitchen Design Podcast. Episode 25
Paul walks Kevin through his whole kitchen. They make changes after talking through each part of the kitchen. Kevin is so open minded that they just keep talking and changing and the final design turns out to be something Kevin likes a lot better.
Kitchen Designers who don’t care about kitchen safety.
During a past discussion on LinkedIn kitchen designers disagreed vehemently with each other concerning a surprisingly simple question. The question that got everyone up in arms?
Would you allow or have you EVER allowed a customer to make a HUGE mistake?
What Cabinet Brand is Best for Me?
“What kitchen cabinet line is best?” and “What kitchen cabinet line do you recommend?” are the most common questions we receive. The answer depends on several factors including budget, how fast cabinetry is needed, and how long you want the cabinetry to last.