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Drury Design Kitchen and Bath Studio in Glen Ellyn welcomes new designer


Drury Design Kitchen and Bath Studio in Glen Ellyn welcomes new designer

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Drury Design Kitchen and Bath Studio in Glen Ellyn welcomes new designer
News from Suburban Life Publications:

GLEN ELLYN – Drury Design Kitchen and Bath Studio in Glen Ellyn has hired Joseph Higgins as the newest member of the its award-winning design team, according to a company news release.

Higgins has more than a decade of design experience and graduated from the Harrington College of Design. His previous work has included luxury home remodeling and designing for those with special needs and limited mobility.

In 2010, Higgins led an Emmy Award-winning initiative to bring his designs to those in need through a partnership with NBC Chicago, Walmart, FLOR and Benjamin Moore / EPCO.

For more information, contact Drury Design at 630-469-4980.

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Anyone who’s been thinking about remodeling or creating a kitchen for more than 10 minutes has come across the term “transitional.” It’s a popular term in design circles, but what does it really mean?

Transitional designs are somewhere in between traditional and modern styles; they bridge the gap between the two, borrowing from each aesthetic. What it yields is an environment that is warm and welcoming, unfussy but incorporating classic components .

Most of my designs would be described as transitional: some read very modern, others more traditional — and yet they are all wildly different from each other.

So while almost everything is up for negotiation when designing a transitional kitchen, here are some of the style’s hallmarks, as well as some examples of how I’ve interpreted the look recently.

1) A mix of natural and manufactured materials

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