Design, according to designer Lisa Weber, shouldn’t cater to industry trends; it should be customized to the owners of the property. Relationship takes top priority.
Lisa's Top Tip
Trends are wonderful but they will come and go; you need to create what you’ll love; it doesn’t really matter what it is, as long as it works for you! Your unique personality, character, and lifestyle will dictate what works in your home - is this a succession design or a forever home? Function has to come before design. For example, where should the cooktop go? Are you confident in your cooking? Do you like people around you while you’re cooking?
Joined The Chervin Family In:
Previous Industry Experience:
- Managed a construction company since 2002
So many things in life happen around our kitchen table – never undervalue the joy it is to share life experience with family and friends
Since I was 12 years old, it’s been: “I am not afraid to see tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and I love today.” – William Allen White
Hunting (moose, caribou, turkey, bear); boating and fishing; rock crawling; cooking; off-roading, reading, gardening, visiting Florida with my in-laws
Hobbies I'd Like To Resurface:
Pilates and yoga (centered & relaxed); continued learning about design and functionality in cabinetry
I love being creative in the kitchen – we cook lots of different ethnic foods, and seafood, and like experimenting with different drink pairings
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For years, our cupboards have been a place of hiding for all the things we do not want our guests to see. Those days are over! With the proper styling, contents, and colours, open shelving can not only be a statement maker in your most used space, but it can also be functional.