kitchen design; magazines and books
If designing a kitchen were nothing more than figuring out where the cabinets should go, Jim Krengel would be out of work. Instead, the Minneapolis-based author and consultant is busier than ever. He spends more than 200 days a year on the road conducting seminars on kitchen design. "The big question is how a kitchen should function," Krengel says. "Most kitchens in this country are designed by builders who don't know how to burn water."
It is easy to decide to remodel. The big issue is getting started. Where to begin? We spoke with homeowners and designers and other professionals from all over the country. Our question: What are the best sources of kitchen design information for someone about to undertake a remodel?
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