Senior Designer

Linda Larisch, CMKBD

Linda Larisch is an award winning designer who brings her 30 + years of experience to Drury Design.  She holds the industry’s highest professional design designation: CMKBD, (Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer), and is well known in the industry for her knowledge and mentoring.

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Linda received her design education from the University of Michigan where she earned her BFA majoring in Industrial Design, and minoring in Interior, Graphic, and Automotive Design. Linda’s impressive resume and portfolio have been honed while working with clients in many of the industry’s leading Midwest showrooms and design firms.

Linda attributes her success to her ability to listen to clients’ needs and wants while envisioning their future space. Believing perfection is needed to bring a flawless design to fruition that not only functions for their needs but inspires them each day.

“This business is about creating spaces for family and friends to hang out and enjoy life. The kitchen is the heart of the home while the bath is the tranquil retreat to recharge your energy. Nurturing the soul of the home brings joy to the family that resides there. Combining the right products create the fashionable style of lasting value and beauty for each homeowner”.

“The Drury Design team is filled with talented and caring designers who enjoy working with one another. This stunning showroom is not only well designed but very organized and cared for. The showroom reflects the degree of detail the Drury team puts into a project. Not all showrooms or design firms can say the same”.

“We are excited and proud to have Linda working with our clients as a member our design team.  Her work displays an uncommon commitment to both her craft and client design projects”, says Gail Drury.

Recent Projects by Linda Larisch, CMKBD

Oak Brook Handcrafted Luxury Kitchen Remodel

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Spa-Inspired Master Bath 

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Open Concept Kitchen Featuring Rutt Cabinetry

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