Export a kitchen can be a daunting task, not all is a natural planner and with an investment this size, it’s excellent to have the best advice. Observably hiring a professional kitchen designer is one way to make sure you get the most out of your remodel. But not all can afford to hire their own consultant, and even if you can, arming yourself with information is one of the best things you can do. I have three small terms, my own personal mantra, if you will, “fit, form, and function” …they ramble through my brain daily, because without them, the most gorgeous kitchen in the world is a complete waste of money.
I am a huge fan of the “Dummie’s” books, I own quite a few, personal finance was the one that got me started nearly 20 being ago. When there is something I don’t know whatever thing about, I reach for a book.
Kelly Morisseau, CKD, noted Kitchen Designer and Blogger today has released her initially book “Kelly’s Kitchen Sync”. In my opinion it’s a “Must Read” for anyone thinking about redoing their kitchen. It’s simple to read, comprehensive, and engaging, she tells it like it is without talking down to her reader.
Kelly offers practical advice on everything from lighting, to cabinet function, to describe and more. I highly recommend picking this up for professionals and layfolks alike, there’s something for all to learn. Thanks Kelly for this fantastic perspective on a craft I like!