With so many custom choices for kitchens, it's easy to get into trouble...I wanted to help readers recognize and eliminate costly design errors.
(PRWEB) June 27, 2011
4 out of 10 DIY homeowners will make at least one mistake remodeling their kitchen, typical mistakes an experienced kitchen designer can easily spot. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to hire a professional, even if they find one.
KELLY’S KITCHEN SYNC is a one-of-a-kind kitchen design book, offering a wealth of insider professional design tips for both spotting and avoiding the common pitfalls of kitchen design. Written by Kelly Morisseau, a second-generation Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer with over 2 decades of experience, KELLY’S KITCHEN SYNC is aimed at DIY go-getters to reluctant remodelers to smart consumers who just want to stay on top of their projects.
“With so many custom choices, it’s easy to get into trouble,” Kelly explains. “Not all products fit in every kitchen and not all products are even compatible with each other. I wanted to help readers recognize and eliminate costly design errors.”
KELLY’S KITCHEN SYNC, ISBN 978-0-9828732-0-5, includes over 40 b & w photos and graphics, and answers everything from how to separate expectations from the reality of what will work for the homeowner and her kitchen to keeping costs down with good choices. The 222-page paperback is available online in both the U.S. and Canada at Amazon.com, BN.com, Amazon.ca, and by order through bookstores. It retails for $ 19.95.
About Kelly Morisseau
Kelly Morisseau has kitchen design in her blood. Her blog, Kelly’s Kitchen Sync (http://www.kellyskitchensync.com) is a top-ten kitchen design blog on the internet. A second-generation designer, both her parents were kitchen designers long before anyone understood the term. Kelly's award-winning experience includes more than 25 years as a professional kitchen designer, both on her own and for leading design/build firms. She is a Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer (CMKBD) and a Certified Interior Designer (CID) in California.
About Springline Media
Founded in 2010, Springline Media helps homeowners navigate home design through expert design advice and commonsense practicality. http://www.springlinemedia.com