When it comes to designing your kitchen, layout is one of the most important decisions you will make. You want to create a space that is functional for your lifestyle. A space that contributes to the flow of your work, rather than restrict it.
Joined The Chervin Family In:
- December 2006
Previous Industry Experience:
- Worked for a few years at a sawmill - wood CNC-ing and wood turning
Experience – even if an idea doesn’t work for one client, the productivity of that conversation might come in handy for a future client; I also keep an eye on social media to stay alert to trends
Current Personal Dream Design:
White, metal, Scandinavian; fresh, clean
Happy this fad is over:
I don’t lean heavily on trends; just because something is “out of style” doesn’t mean it isn’t the perfect choice for someone else’s current taste
I don't have a favourite project to speak of - I just love seeing the end result of all the homes I work in! Seeing all our brainstorming, strategizing, and creative design come together in one cohesive, practical, and attractive space is rewarding every time.
I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with golf – I like the sport but it can get really frustrating!
Hobbies I'd Like To Resurface:
Steak – cooked rare and served with roasted sweet potatoes
Greek yogurt – plain with cinnamon and vanilla
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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.