The Kitchen Design Podcast. Episode 21 ⋆

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Paul rearranges a Dwelling Depot kitchen. Episode 21

Paul talks to Eric who has a kitchen designed by Dwelling Depot. Whereas the design is OK, it could possibly be higher configured. Paul strikes cabinetry round to create a extra purposeful kitchen. Paul explains why you don’t desire a pace oven with an oven door that folds down positioned too excessive. Paul explains why slab doorways look higher in frameless cupboards.

Eric’s current flooring plan from Dwelling Depot.
Paul McAlary

Paul’s bio from the journal Kitchen and Bathtub Design Information:

Paul McAlary possesses a voice that resonates far past the boundaries of Philadelphia’s western suburbs and the town’s prestigious Predominant Line – the placement of his well-established Delaware Valley design agency. McAlary, president and senior designer of Bala Cynwyd, PA-based Predominant Line Kitchen Design, is an internationally acknowledged kitchen design authority who has received greater than a dozen native and nationwide design awards, together with being named a 2017 Viking Home equipment Designer of Distinction.
Past his achievements as a designer, McAlary has additionally cast a burgeoning fame because the artistic pressure behind the “Predominant Line Kitchen Design Weblog,” a novel on-line discussion board and social media useful resource that’s learn by greater than 40,000 individuals every month and has been honored as one of many prime kitchen design blogs on the planet. Predominant Line Kitchen Design’s movies and blogs tackle a variety of kitchen/bath-related matters aimed toward sparking a constructive change of concepts amongst each shoppers and design professionals.
McAlary, whose kitchens and feedback usually seem in commerce magazines and on social media websites, is usually at odds with the kitchen design institution, however he maintains a definite humorousness and is called a fierce advocate for design requirements, ethics and transparency within the kitchen design commerce.

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