The Kitchen Design Podcast. Episode 41 Paul designs a kitchen from photos ⋆

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Paul designs a kitchen from photos Episode 41

He talks to Monica, who sent him photos of the kitchen and a rough floor plan of the kitchen. Paul lays out her kitchen on the computer and designs a functional kitchen for her space. Monica had a bricked-in range area, but Paul advised her to remove it. Paul explains why he placed the cabinets and appliances where he placed them and why the design is more functional this way.

Monica’s current floor plan is as follows

Existing kitchen before Paul changed it
Floor plan of the new kitchen from photos
Top view of the kitchen designed from Monica's photo

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Paul’s biography published in a magazine Kitchen and Bath Design News:

Paul McAlary is a voice that resonates far beyond the confines of Philadelphia’s western suburbs and the city’s prestigious Main Line, home to his acclaimed Delaware Valley design firm.

McAlary, president and senior designer of Pennsylvania-based Bala Cynwyd’s Main Line Kitchen Design, has won more than a dozen local and national design awards, including being named 2017 Viking Appliance Designer of Distinction. is an internationally recognized authority on kitchen design.

Beyond his accomplishments as a designer, McAlary also has a burgeoning reputation as a creative force behind the Main Line Kitchen Design Blog, a unique online forum and social media resource read by more than 40,000 people each month. As one of the world’s top kitchen design blogs. Main Line Kitchen Design’s videos and blogs cover a wide range of kitchen/bath related topics with the goal of sparking a constructive exchange of ideas between consumers and design professionals alike.

Mr. McAlary’s kitchens and commentary often appear in trade publications and social media sites, and although he sometimes finds himself at odds with the kitchen design establishment, he maintains a unique sense of humor and is passionate about design standards, ethics, and transparency. He is known as a strong defender. kitchen design industry.

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