Why are most kitchens so terribly designed? Why do architects, interior designers, contractors, and even some kitchen designers place so little value on good and even safe kitchen design? One of the reasons may be that we are bombarded with bad kitchen designs from almost every TV show and movie we watch.
Main Line Kitchen Design is thrilled to be profiled in the May issue of Kitchen and Bath Design News, the most widely read national publication on kitchen design.
Main Line Kitchen Design won two awards in February. Senior Designer Ray Gardner and A.J. Ahrens owner of Amberwood Builders won the Bucks and Montgomery County National Association of Remodelers CotY Award for the best kitchen between $40,000 and $80,000.
When most kitchen designers talk about custom cabinets, they are referring to cabinetry made in large production facilities with the ability to custom make individual cabinetry pieces and to modify cabinetry as desired.
elow is a list of the 10 worst ways to go about designing your new kitchen. The list was compiled from a LinkedIn dialog among professional kitchen designers.
For many years there was a silent conspiracy between architects, contractors, countertop fabricators, fixture suppliers and the kitchen and bath showrooms where customers worked with designers.
“You HAVE to see our new kitchen” is something many of our customers say not only to us but to their friends and family after their kitchen is completed
Contrary to what most people believe, the most productive and cost effective first step in planning a kitchen addition is to come to Main Line Kitchen Design first and to an Architect second.
Houzz.com has a wonderful collection of photos of every type and style of kitchen. Thousands of new photos are being added to this massive collection, daily. Pinterest.com is a personal online bulletin