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:
- How to design a kitchen for the way you live through seven simple steps
- How to create a floor plan that maximizes space
- What you should think about in creating a well-designed kitchen
- A lot of designer tips and tricks
Length of program:
1 hour, including Q&A
Wendy Albee, Owner, Albee Interior Design
Master 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.
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