Kitchen Designers of the Month
Kitchen design is a specialized field that takes years to learn and perfect. Norfolk Kitchen & Bath prioritizes hiring designers that are at the top of their craft, many with decades of experience designing kitchens and bathrooms. Having an expert design your kitchen can be the difference between a successful remodel & a disaster, and at Norfolk you will always get the best of the best.
Each month, we hand-pick 2 of our professional kitchen & bath designers to highlight and showcase their accomplishments & design work, one from Massachusetts & one from New Hampshire. Here are this month’s featured designers of the month!
About Eric: Eric has been a kitchen & bath designer since 2003, and works as a kitchen designer and showroom manager at Norfolk Kitchen & Bath Boston. Eric has a 20+ year background in architecture and 7+ years in real estate development, but really enjoys the personal element of working one-on-one with his design clients. When Eric isn’t designing kitchens and baths, you can find him restoring classic cars, filling up his passport with stamps, and volunteering for his local community organization, G.L.O. Solutions.
His Advice For Homeowners Remodeling A Kitchen/Bath: My number one rule is “Know Everything Before You Buy Anything”. Do not buy appliances or tear out your kitchen/bath until you have a plan.
About Jennifer: Jen has been designing kitchens & baths for over 20 years, and is currently a designer in our Salem showroom. She has extensive experience working for various remodeling companies, learning all facets of the remodeling process. While Jennifer enjoys helping all variations of projects, she absolutely loves getting to create someone’s dream kitchen, something they will love and enjoy for many years to come. Jennifer spent this past summer reconnecting with family and friends & taking family trips to Maine with her soon-to-be 4 year old son.
Her Advice For Homeowners Remodeling A Kitchen/Bath: Go through books and magazines or onto Houzz.com and print out or keep together styles of kitchens with details you love. Don’t fight what you personally want or envision. There is too many choices out there and keeping up with the Jones’ shouldn’t be a concern for your investment, large or small. Plan and save some money for a little while before taking the plunge as the process should not be a quick one, the kitchen is the heart of the home.