Once the dust clears and the grout dry on Main Line Kitchen Design’s customers’ kitchens, we send them a thank you, usually a cookbook or a Di Bruno Brother’s Cheese book. One of our designers, Lauren Sciarra, goes one step further and often creates her own personal gift basket for her customers.
When our company was smaller the cheese books, we sent out were personally signed by Emilio Mignucci, Di Bruno’s Vice President and head Cheese Monger. Emilio would graciously sit down and sign sometimes 50 books at a time. Many of the cookbooks we send out are written by Julia Child.
I believe Julia, Di Bruno’s, and Emilio share a special quality, a passion for their profession. That passion is infectious, and an eagerness to share what you love makes people want to learn more. This is why we choose their books to send out.
Stopping at a Di Bruno’s cheese counter and asking a question almost always brings a sparkle to the eye of the counterperson. At Main Line Kitchen Design, I try to create an environment like this, where the joy for what we do can be felt by the customers whose kitchens we transform.
I think most kitchen designers love their jobs. Helping people create the center of their home is an honor. It’s rewarding knowing that when we do a great job our customers, and their family and friends, will appreciate our efforts for decades to come.
I hope you see a sparkle in our designer’s eye when you ask them a kitchen question . . .
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