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When you work with an NKBA member, you can be sure your new kitchen will keep its looks and functionality for years to come

View of a kitchen designed by a NKBA cabinetry, ceiling, countertop, cuisine classique, estate, floor, flooring, home, interior design, kitchen, real estate, room, brown, orange
View of a kitchen designed by a NKBA designer featuring appliances, cabinetry, benchtops.

There's an old maxim that says if a job's worth doing, it's worth doing well. And that's especially true of kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects after all, you will probably be living with the results for many years.

Members of the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) can ensure your kitchen or bathroom meets all your needs on a practical and aesthetic level. And you can be sure your home won't look dated a couple of years down the track.

Barbara Shelton, president of the Georgia chapter of the NKBA, says members keep in touch with changing trends through product launches, seminars and shows such as K/BIS the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show.


View of a kitchen designed by a NKBA cabinetry, ceiling, countertop, cuisine classique, estate, floor, flooring, home, interior design, kitchen, real estate, room, brown, orange
View of a kitchen designed by a NKBA designer featuring appliances, cabinetry, benchtops.

"The knowledge gained by association designers and manufacturers is always reflected in their work. For homeowners about to undertake a remodeling project, this means they can take advantage of new technologies and products, such as new surfacing materials or hardware."

Shelton says using an NKBA designer also remains a cost-effective way to remodel or choose a kitchen for a new home. NKBA members can source materials and appliances at competitive rates, which means financial benefits for clients.

"Our designers ensure nothing is overlooked when it comes to the functionality of your bathroom or kitchen. Because mistakes can be costly, it is best to get it right first time around."

View of a kitchen designed by a NKBA ceiling, countertop, dining room, interior design, kitchen, real estate, room, table, brown
View of a kitchen designed by a NKBA designer featuring appliances, cabinetry, benchtops.

The expertise of members is recognized annually with the NKBA Design Competition, where projects are judged on a range of criteria.

For more information, or to receive a copy of the Kitchen & Bath Consumer Workbook, call the NKBA, phone tollfree (800) 843 6522. Or visit the website: www.nkba.org.

Story by: Trendsideas

21 May, 2009

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