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 Danielle: Danielle has been a kitchen & bath designer for over 30 years, and has worked at Norfolk Kitchen & Bath Braintree since 1996! Danielle initially started her career in the painting industry learning about colors and how to create diverse color palettes. After obtaining her degree in Interior Design and starting her career in the paint/interiors department at Home Depot for 5 years, Danielle came to Norfolk with an extensive knowledge of color and how to incorporate and complement color in her designs. Danielle has a passion design and loves getting to know her clients and transforming their space into something they love and that works for their needs. When Danielle isn’t designing for clients, you can find her attending live music events as well as taking the time to travel and visit the beach with her fiancé, enjoying life to the fullest since her kids went off to college!
Her Advice For Homeowners Remodeling A Kitchen/Bath: Always go with your first choice – don’t second guess yourself!
About Louise: Louise has been a kitchen & bath designer for over 20 years, and has worked at Norfolk Kitchen & Bath since helping to open the Manchester showroom almost 9 years ago. She is a resident of New Boston, NH and has her associate’s degree in Interior Design. While she truly enjoys kitchen design and creating a functional, beautiful space for clients, her true passion has been the New Boston Rail Trail project, which focuses on creating a walking path in New Boston on an abandoned B&M rail bed, alongside the Piscataquog River, as well as connecting that path to other rail trails throughout Southern New Hampshire. In 2020, Louise also won a Cornerstone Award from the New Hampshire Home Builders & Remodelers Association for one of her kitchen designs!
Her Advice For Homeowners Remodeling A Kitchen/Bath: If you have just purchased a home, live in the house for at least a year. Observe how you are using your new space, and make notes throughout the year as to how the new house is not working (flowing) for you and other family members. Then start the remodel – find a designer whom you’re comfortable with.