Portland Kitchen Remodeling Salons to be held at Pearl District’s Retail …
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The salons will feature insider kitchen remodeling insights from leading Portland remodeler Hammer & Hand and up-and-coming interior design firm Bright Designlab. Lively exchange with attendees will focus content on participants’ burning kitchen remodel questions.

Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) February 28, 2012

Through a series of three kitchen remodeling salons this spring and summer, Portland remodeler Hammer & Hand and interior design firm Bright Designlab will present insider insights about kitchen design and construction, debunk common remodeling myths, and facilitate a lively exchange with attendees about their plans, questions and dreams for kitchen remodeling. The salons will be held on April 26, May 22, and July 12 at the Retail Studio’s website.”>Retail Studio, in the heart of Portland’s Pearl District.

“Today the kitchen is the center of home life,” said

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Custom design at reasonable prices
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With a new satellite location and the addition of stock factory cabinetry, Diamond Design Kitchen & Bath Inc. offers quality woodwork at both ends of the price spectrum.

“Now that we added this, there are tons of options,” said Byron Little, who launched the family-run business in Maple a dozen years ago.

Diamond Design added the factory built stock cabinetry division, Cabinetry Express, this year to offer a less expensive option.

“It’s affordable cabinets with exceptional service,” Little said, and estimates are free.

The stock lines have opened up another venue for the family business. Diamond Design will be branching out into more commercial work, Little said.

The Maple business has built a reputation for quality and customer service, one client at a time.

When Greg and Jen Polzin remodeled their Solon Springs kitchen, they weren’t sure what they wanted. Little listened to their ideas, then used his years of experience and insight to map a design.

“From my words to his sketches,” Jen Polzin said. “His mind can just see the images and create things.”

Little’s rustic cherry kitchen with granite countertops, she said, made great use of the space and looked gorgeous.

“He kind of pulled it together for us, which was awesome,” Polzin said.

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