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NKBA Awards Featured in ‘Chicago Home + Garden’ 2013

The National Kitchen & Bath Association held its annual Design Vision Competition in October 2013 and we were proud to see Susan Klimala, CKD, CBD recognized in the featured article in ‘Chicago Home + Garden’ 2013 for the awards. At an evening ceremony at the Artango Center in Chicago, Susan received the Edmund L. Zielinski Award of Excellence as well as 2nd place overall in the “Large Kitchens” category, and 1st place overall in the “Small Bathrooms” category. Chicago Home + Garden Magazine 2013 Awards ArticleChicago Home + Garden Magazine 2013 Awards Article 2


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The Kitchen Studio Featured in ‘Hinsdale Living’!

Dana and Chris Carter, a couple living in Burr Ridge, decided it was time to spruce up their home. They recruited us along with Hinsdale designer, Katie Lopez, to tackle everything including the kitchen, family room, dining room, and laundry room. To achieve the utilitarian kitchen the Carters wanted, we started from scratch, redistributing the space and joining the dining room and kitchen together. Read more to learn about the other fine touches we put on this reinvigorated home.

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Featured In ‘West Suburban Living’ Jul/Aug Magazine

West Suburban Living details a couple’s experience reviving a 1927 cottage on Lake Michigan’s shoreline in Union Pier. Randy and Deb Waterman decided to design the whole project themselves—everything except the kitchen. While all installations were done by  a company owned by Randy’s brother, the design, decor, and redistribution of space were all conceived by our team at The Kitchen Studio. As entertainers, the Watermans needed a kitchen that was practical and inviting. Read more about their new and improved space that features a farmhouse sink, soapstone countertops, and stainless steel appliances.

Lake House Kitchen remodeled for entertaining


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