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Design a Kitchen for the Way You Live

Saturday, March 9, 2013

Time: 1 p.m.

Mercer Island Library, 4400 88th Ave. SE, Mercer Island 98040

The Master Builders Association of Snohomish and King Counties is pleased to present a variety of free consumer classes to assist with your home projects. Click here to look for classes by subject or click here for a printable listing of upcoming classes. Be sure to invite a friend!

The kitchen is the new family room, so homeowners should maximize the space they have and accommodate all of their activities in a well-designed kitchen. From lighting to floor plans to material selection, this presentation takes a new twist. Through examples of actual projects and a lot of pictures, attendees will learn how to design a kitchen through the eyes of a professional. This presentation offers critical information and a new perspective for creating a well-designed kitchen for a small update or large remodel. And attendees will certainly be inspired as well as gain lots of designer tips and tricks.

Four Program Takeaways:

  1. How to design a kitchen for the way you live through seven simple steps
  2. How to create a floor plan that maximizes space
  3. What you should think about in creating a well-designed kitchen
  4. A lot of designer tips and tricks

Length of program:

1 hour, including Q&A


Wendy Albee, Owner, Albee Interior Design
Wendy AlbeeMaster Builders Association member Wendy Albee, founder of Albee Interior Design, is celebrating her 10th year in business. An award-winning designer, Wendy offers an array of design services, including space planning, remodeling, color consultation and entire home or room-by-room transformations for both residential and commercial clients. Wendy is a member of the Remodeler's Council, Professional Women in Building Council (including being a past co-chair), the National Kitchen & Bath Association and is a Certified Green Professional. She has presented seminars at the Seattle Home Shows and at various venues throughout the Seattle area. She has also taught classes at North Seattle Community College.

Phone:(206) 236-3537
Cost: Free
Notes: R.S.V.P. by calling the library