CARIBOU — Lisa Plourde, designer at S.W. Collins Co., has earned the Certified Kitchen & Bathroom Designer (CKBD) credential with the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), the leading trade association for the kitchen & bath industry. She joins an elite group of professionals that specialize in the design, planning and execution of residential kitchens and bathrooms.
“Lisa has the desire to be the best designer she can and is constantly striving to better herself and the entire team. In working with Lisa, I have been impressed by her attention to detail, ability to manage multiple jobs at the same time, understand customer needs and do whatever she can to make customer’s dreams become a reality,” remarked Clara Collins, manager at S. W. Collins Co. “We are lucky to have Lisa as a part of the S. W. Collins Co. family and look forward to her continued success for many years to come!”
To earn the CKBD certification, designers must undergo a very rigorous process. To qualify for this process, they must have a minimum of seven years of experience in the industry, verify that they have earned required education credits/college coursework and must submit client references and professional affidavits.
Langhorne, PA — (SBWIRE) — 02/02/2021 — FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. is currently scheduling appointments for full kitchen renovation projects this spring. As homeowners begin to think about what elements they would like to incorporate into their home, it’s worth taking the time to think of how vital storage might be. For families who require a lot of storage, it’s always best to consider remodeling their kitchens in a way that updates the cabinet space, opens up the kitchen to other areas of the house, and incorporates other storage elements like a kitchen island where possible.
Many individuals think about kitchen storage solely in terms of kitchen cabinets, and that makes it a perfect place to begin planning. Cabinets come in all shapes and sizes, making them an excellent option for expanding a kitchen’s storage capacity without requiring other significant renovations to the room. However, if a homeowner assumes that cabinetry is the only option, they limit themselves significantly when it comes to kitchen design.
Another way to expand storage in a home’s kitchen besides expanding cabinet space is to open the space up to other areas of the house. By creating a more free-flowing floor plan, a
NAZARETH, Pa., Feb. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Kitchen Magic, the premier Lehigh Valley based kitchen and bath remodeling firm, has partnered with Chameleon Power, a leading innovator in photorealistic 2D and 3D digital design tools.
The technology provides an accurate visual of the homeowners newly designed kitchen or bath. The company will add this new capability to their websites and in-home kitchen consultation & estimate services. The true-to-life rendering is based on the homeowner’s room layout, chosen materials, colors and styles. The announcement was made by Andrea Daube, Digital Marketing Manager, Kitchen Magic, and the Elements Bath Division. “Kitchen Magic is always looking for ways to enhance the quality of our products, our services, and our customer experience,” states Daube. “Kitchen Magic plans to launch the design tool in March 2021 across all platforms,” adds Daube.
Design staff and their customers will configure and experience their design choices in a life-like digital environment. The customer’s finished results will be customized to their layout, then complimented with Kitchen Magic product styles and colors. The application includes an asset management storage library, for an accurate kitchen or bath assimilation. The remodeler will incorporate its vast custom-line of door