Home Again by Hancock Lumber kitchen + bath designers, Sherry McFarland and Jeremy Carpenter, recently presented at the Maine Home + Remodeling Show in Portland on 2016 Kitchen Trends. The crowd flocked to hear about three key topics:
• What design trends are fading away
• What is classic, timeless and here to stay
• What’s new and exciting in the kitchen + bath design world
This seminar ran both days at the home show and was a huge hit! We were able to record one of the sessions and wanted to share it with you. Click here to watch this informative 30 minute presentation! We included a bit of the Q+A session on kitchen trends that followed the presentation, but would love to hear from you with any questions you may have when considering your new construction or remodel project! Visit us online, on Houzz, or in person at 140 Maine Mall Road, South Portland!
Sherry McFarland, CKD, CBD | Sherry brings over 18 years of design experience with certifications in both Kitchen and Bath Design by the National Kitchen & Bath Association. Sherry is Hancock’s product coordinator and consults on vendors and products for our showrooms. With a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Design and Psychology, Sherry has a unique way of viewing and approaching client’s projects. Sherry’s design principles and drafting skills help her customers reach all of their goals. Sherry has taught an adult education class on “Enhancing Your Kitchen”, has presented numerous home show seminars, has designed a custom bathroom for the York Historical Society designer show house, and has been published in the Portland Press Herald for her kitchen design work.
“I firmly believe that efficiency, as well as aesthetics, make the kitchen the heart of the home.”
Jeremy Carpenter | Jeremy has a true passion for his work as a kitchen and bath designer. He thoroughly enjoys the design process starting with the initial meeting with the client and wrapping up the final job site visit upon completion. The most satisfying feature of the job for Jeremy is seeing the excitement of the customer at the end of the project. Every design, large or small, is unique in its own way and Jeremy enjoys the challenges that are presented in each one.
“It is the attitude at the beginning of a difficult task which, more than anything else, will affect its successful outcome.”
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This post was written by Kourtney McLean