Monday, August 24th 2009
Fall 2009 Kitchen and Bath Design Workshop Series: "Truths and Myths of Kitchen and Bath Remodeling"
Drury Design is pleased to announce our complimentary kitchen and bath design workshops presented in our Glen Ellyn studio for this fall. For homeowners interested in learning more about how to approach a kitchen remodeling project, these interactive workshops have proven to be invaluable. Offered as a community service and hosted by our team of experienced and creative designers, each workshop are held at 9:00 am on Saturday mornings and consist of an open discussion and showcase of materials with ample opportunity for questions and answers.
Studio doors will open at 8:30 am so please join us for coffee and breakfast goodies while you explore our inspiring vignettes!
“Whether you are contemplating a remodel project now or sometime in the future, this is a great opportunity to learn about all aspects of a home remodel project directly from professional designers in the informal, relaxed atmosphere of our studio.” Gail Drury, CMKBD (NKBA Master Certified Kitchen and Bath Designer) and president of Drury Design
Before/After (Winfield, IL)
Fall 09 workshop schedule “Designing a Champagne Kitchen on a Beer Budget”:
Saturday, September 26th and October 24th at 9a – doors open at 8:30
Not all budget-driven kitchens look inexpensive. During this “how-to” workshop our expert design staff will explain how to prioritize needs and wants to maximize your remodeling budget. Examples of design and materials choices examples are presented and discussed. This will include how the size of your space will affect budgeting as well as how the investment will pay off in the future. These rules of thumb will provide invaluable information and teach you how to take your kitchen budget from so so to WOW.
To RSVP simply call 630 469-4980 to reserve your space, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know you would like to attend. Bring a friend or neighbor if you like but space is limited so don’t forget to let us know that you are coming.