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The Main Line Kitchen Design Journey:

Main Line Kitchen Design was founded in 2010 during the US kitchen cabinet industry’s crushing downturn due to the collapse of the housing market and recession. In response to the downturn, owner Paul McAlary envisioned a new business model that relied on the internet supplying leads and reduced overhead using selling centers, sample doors and finishes. Instead of maintaining a showroom open to the public, Main Line Kitchen Design operates in an office building, essentially invisible to passing traffic.

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A kitchen design ethics lesson from a past July 4th

Placing ethical kitchen design before sales is the mark of a good kitchen designer.

On this July 4th I found this blog from a past July 4th, 2013, particularly relevant.

On this July 4th I found this blog from a past July 4th, 2013, particularly relevant.

JULY 4TH 2013 had fireworks in the sky and some on the web when many kitchen designers disagreed vehemently with each other on a LinkedIn debate.   The question that got everyone up in arms?

Would you allow or have you EVER allowed a customer to make a HUGE mistake?

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Calls with Paul: The Kitchen Design Podcast. Episode 14

Paul talks with Allison and Sebastien who are doing a complex kitchen renovation, Sebastion is an architect. Paul explains why kitchen designers and architects have very different successful design criteria for any space. Paul preaches once again about ten pounds of sausage in an eight-pound wrapper.

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Shaker – The Most Popular Kitchen Cabinet Door Style is also the Most Versatile.

Main Line Kitchen Design celebrates 13 years of Shaker being the most popular door style and white, or off white, being the most popular color. Here is blog we wrote over ten years ago. It was true then, as it is now!

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Calls with Paul: The Kitchen Design Podcast. Episode 11

Episode 11
Paul talks to Elizabeth who has a kitchen designed with custom cabinetry but a simplistic design. Paul encourages her to not use such high wall cabinets and to possibly lower her ceiling in order to remove an unsightly beam and save by no longer needing custom cabinetry.

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