Viking Range, LLC, has named Paul McAlary as the March Designer of Distinction
Paul McAlary, president and designer for Main Line Kitchen Design based in Bala Cynwyd, PA is the third monthly winner in the 2017 Viking Kitchen Design Competition. Designers from around the United States are vying for the coveted honor to become the 2017 Viking Designer of the Year.
This residential kitchen and bar project was recently completed in Sellersville, Pennsylvania.
Paul describes the project below:
Like many of our designs this project moved the existing kitchen into the former the dining room. It also combined both the kitchen and dining room to create a larger dramatic and less formal space that can be enjoyed on a daily basis instead of on occasional holidays.
At the center of this beautiful and functional kitchen is a Viking professional 48-inch refrigerator and a 48-inch Viking gas range. The spacious Bishop custom color matched grey and brilliant white Danbury kitchen leads into a distinctive home bar and game room. Looking out the kitchen window of this elegant home is a view of the pool, gazebo, and a custom tree house.
Along with the distinction, Viking awards the winning monthly designers with $1600 in Viking cookware. The 2017 Viking Designer of the Year chosen from the monthly winners receives a Viking range valued at over $10,000.
Julie Meyer, Paul’s wife and an integral part of Main Line Kitchen Design has plans for the Viking Cookware but having seen some of the other winning designs from around the US, winning the Viking Range will be a challenge. Ossy Kim, a Las Vegas kitchen designer and the February Designer of Distinction has a particularly striking kitchen.