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An effective new kitchen has to work well on several fronts. For a kitchen that offers an ergonomic workflow, looks the part, and stands the test of time talk to a designer who has the stamp of professional approval.

Established over 40 years ago, the National Kitchen & Bathroom Association (NKBA) represents the most prominent designers and manufacturers in the kitchen industry, says director of marketing Bill Schankel.

"As a result, NKBA is able to offer homeowners a comprehensive list of kitchen professionals who have their finger on the design pulse," says Schankel.


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View of this kitchen

Part of the association's role is to educate its members in professional and ethical business practices, and on leadership and finding business directions.

"NKBA members are kept up to speed on all the design trends and the latest products," says Schankel. "Members are experienced in solving design problems for both large and small projects. This expertise is recognized annually in the NKBA Design Competition, which is judged on visual appeal, creativity, design, presentation, basic safety and ergonomics.

The NKBA's website details members in your area, and offers information and advice for planning your new kitchen.

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View of this kitchen

For more information about the NKBA and its members, call 1-800-843-6522 or visit the website: www.nkba.org.

Aug 23, 2004
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