What is your education and experience?
My degree is in Interior Design. I worked for one year as a color consultant right out of college. From there I transitioned my career into kitchen design. I’ve worked at three different lumber yard kitchen departments on the south shore over the course of the past 30 years.
How many years have you worked in Kitchen & Bath Design?
Almost 30 years
What year did you start at Mid-Cape?
2017 (September 11, 2017)
What is your favorite part about your job?
The people I interact with throughout the day – whether it is a colleague, contractor or client. The atmosphere at Mid Cape in Middleboro is a placid proficiency. We are a friendly group and, even on stressful days, coming to work is a place where you know someone will make you smile.
What can customers look forward to when working with you?
I try to make the kitchen design experience as stress-free as possible. I listen to what you want and try to give you the best layout possible for the best price possible. I have fun with my clients and take pride in my work; treating every design as if it were going into my own house.
What does “Experience that Builds” mean to you?
Our building, yard and trucks are staffed with people who have been doing this for years. The newer employees are being trained constantly and educated to be able to help you better as well. We strive to get you what you want. We aim to do it efficiently and without error. If you don’t know what you want, we will educate you through the building process from start to finish.
Anything else you would like to add or would like customers to know about you?
If the initial design might be out of your budget – let us know. There is usually a way that we can get the price to a place where you are comfortable – without compromising the design of the space.
Also… We don’t just do kitchen and bathroom cabinets. I’ve designed great spaces for libraries, hallways, mudrooms, pantries, laundry rooms, walk-in closets and even baby furniture for the nursery.