The Design Matters Home team recently had the opportunity to visit Kitchens by Wedgewood
here in Louisville. Linda Reinhardt, a Wedgewood kitchen designer, shared with us the latest trends in kitchen design and tips for making a functional and stunning kitchen. Linda also shared with us Wedgewoods cutting edge techniques for producing kitchens that are as eco-friendly as they are beautiful.
Helly and Linda, standing next to a wood reclaimed from Oregon--all this wood was blown down by high winds and then collected for use by Kitchens by Wedgewood.
Jim Ames, President of Kitchens by Wedgewood, then took the Design Matters Home Team on a tour of the company's manufacturing facility. The Wedgewood team can build and finish cabinets of any kind--your imagination is the limit! They offer stock, semi-custom and custom options made with a range of woods and finishes.
Jim explains the process of adding detail to a
Some of the highlights of our tour include a suite of cabinets made with zebra wood, the organic
beauty of doors made with beetle-kill pine and the newest green material appearing on cabinet
doors, sunflower seeds.
The Design Matters Home Team in the Kitchen by Wedgewood shop:
From left to right: Amanda, Helly, Jan, Sarah and Jami
Thank you to Linda, Jim and everyone at Kitchen by Wedgewood! We had a great tour! If you are interested in re-thinking your kitchen this year, please consider joining us for a series
one-of-a-kind kitchen workshops hosted by Helly Duncan, Allied ASID, ASP of Design Matters
Home and Barbara Barton, Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer of Mountain High
Appliance and other expert guests every Tuesday in February. We hope to see you there!
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