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Back to Blog Designing a Timless Bathroom Bathrooms. We spend a lot of our time in them. It’s only natural that we would want the space to feel the best it possibly can, right? Well, then why not transform this everyday space with a trendy but timeless design that you’re proud of and that will be in style for the long haul? The best way to think about creating a trendy yet timeless bathroom is to design the “bones” of the bathroom in a rather neutral way. Think spa-like and minimalistic. Mostly neutral colors, textures and patterns for major elements with the ability to switch out the easy parts over time (such as a shower curtain). Let us take you through some of our favorite ways to create a beautiful, timeless bathroom. Elements of a Timeless Bathroom Design Color Scheme If the idea behind a timeless bathroom is to create something that never goes out of style, choosing a neutral or more traditional color palette is often a good route to take. To evade having a bathroom that you will not like after few years, you should opt to stick with neutral hues and classic palettes. These two does not have to be boring. There is a way you can create an elegant look with black and white stone tiles. Nevertheless, if you are looking forward to a timeless style, you should keep away from the recent hot colors. Clean, simple and bright, white bathrooms are popular for a reason; this light color creates clean lines, and makes spaces feel more expansive. Classic bathroom design colors like light tones such as beige or cream, contrasted with traditional darker colors like navy, can also be fantastic choices when you’re trying to decorate a space in a way that won’t go out of fashion. Neutral colors also tend to combine well with most other colors, creating the perfect timeless base for so many design options. Need some color? If you just can’t help yourself and feel like getting crazy with some pops of color, then do so using paint (walls & cabinets are easy to repaint), shower curtains, towels, rugs, art and accessories. All of these elements are relatively inexpensive and easy to change out without a total bathroom overhaul. Materials   Аnоthеr “ѕесrеt” tо а tіmеlеѕѕ аnd еvеr сlаѕѕу lооkіng bаthrооm іѕ thе сhоісе аnd uѕе оf thе rіght mаtеrіаlѕ fоr flооrіng, tіlіng, аnd bathroom еѕѕеntіаlѕ. Incorporating marble, granite or quartz into the mix brings an elegant, timeless appeal to the space, with these textures almost always working well with surrounding colors. A plus side being that natural materials come with their own unique coloring and patterns. Whether you opt for natural materials on walls, floors or countertops, they bring a distinctive lasting element to your bathroom that no other element can. Nоt оnlу do thеѕе рrоvіdе а ѕеnѕе оf luxury аnd quаlіtу, but thеу аrе аlѕо ѕtrоng, long-lаѕtіng аnd еаѕу tо mаіntаіn. Such mаtеrіаlѕ allow реrfесt tеmреrаturе соntrоl. Іn ѕummеr thеу еnѕurе рlеаѕаnt сооlnеѕѕ, whіlе іn wіntеr, wіth аddіtіоn оf іn-flооr hеаtіng, the bathroom іѕ wаrm and рlеаѕаnt. Subway tiles These tiles have been a staple of bathroom designs since the early 1900s, it’s one trend that has never gone out of fashion. The traditional small tile is very hardy and easy to clean, making them ideal for a room that needs to be hygienic. The original subway tile is white with a high gloss finish, giving them a bit of a sparkle. Today, you can get everything from this traditional look to bright colors and patterns. The sky really is the limit. This range of sizes, colors and finishes makes it easy to create a beautiful theme on your walls, inside the shower and on the floor.   Аnоthеr сlаѕѕісаl mаtеrіаl thаt іѕ аlwауѕ wеlсоmе іn thе bathroom іѕ wооd. Wооd hаѕ а remarkable rеѕіѕtаnсе tо hіgh humіdіtу. Тhаt іѕ whу іt іѕ mоѕtlу іmрlеmеntеd іn bathroom furniture іtеmѕ, ѕuсh аѕ vаnіtіеѕ, ѕtоrаgе аrmоіrеѕ, ѕhеlvеѕ, and саbіnеtrу, uѕеd fоr ѕtоrіng, рrоtесtіng оr dіѕрlауіng vаrіоuѕ іtеmѕ. Моrеоvеr, the соzу fееl аnd аmbіаnсе thіѕ mаtеrіаl сrеаtеѕ іѕ рrісеlеѕѕ! Іtѕ рrеѕеnсе оnlу mаkеѕ thе bathroom lооk lіkе а ѕооthіng rеtrеаt реrfесt fоr а tоtаl rеlах. ..read more
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Back to Blog Thirty Under 30 Distinction Emily Tomek, AKBD has been selected as one of the Thirty Under 30 recipients by The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) for the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show 2020 (KBIS®), to be held January 21-23 in Las Vegas. “We are so incredibly proud that Emily is being honored with this designation, it is well deserved” said Gail Drury, President of Drury Design. The goal of the NKBA 30 Under 30 Program is to acknowledge outstanding young design professionals, while helping these individuals to immerse and apply themselves to new opportunities for growth and development in support of the industry. “This group of outstanding young professionals represents the future of the industry,” said Bill Darcy, NKBA Chief Executive Officer. “NKBA is proud to recognize them as part of this key program, and we’re looking forward to hearing their insightful presentations in Las Vegas. The Thirty Under 30 honor will help them as they continue to develop their careers, and we are happy to be a part of recognizing the next generation of industry leaders.” As an associate designer, Emily Tomek has a passion for interior design and remodeling. The most rewarding aspect of her position is interpreting the client’s needs and presenting solutions to meet them. She has a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from Iowa State University’s College of Design and graduated with honors. She was happy to pursue her passion and creativity as a designer at Drury Design. Additionally, Emily recently received her certification as an Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD) through the NKBA. Emily  aims to be a leader in the design/remodeling industry as well as an active member of the NKBA and this opportunity will help further her development towards those goals. On Tuesday, January 21, 2020, the group of 30 young professionals will present their findings on the Las Vegas show floor in a presentation for KBIS 2020 show attendees and industry experts. They will share the results of their explorations and answer questions from the audience. Emily is looking forward to sharing her insight on the trade with peers and is eager to gain new knowledge and practices to take home and share within her industry networks. Join all of us here at Drury Design in congratulating Emily on this impressive accomplishment. About the National Kitchen & Bath Association and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) is a not-for-profit trade association that owns the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS®). With nearly 60,000 members, the NKBA has educated and led the kitchen and bath industry since the association’s founding in 1963. The mission of the NKBA is to enhance member success and excellence, promote professionalism and ethical business practices, and provide leadership and direction for the kitchen and bath industry worldwide. For more information, visit the NKBA Press Room or call 1-800-THE-NKBA (843-6522). KBIS® and NKBA® are registered trademarks of the National Kitchen & Bath Association. To view the full roster of the 2020 award recipients click HERE Recent Design Contributions by Emily Tomek, AKBD The post Emily Tomek: 2020 “30 Under 30” Award Recipient by The National Kitchen & Bath Association appeared first on Drury Design. ..read more
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Back to Blog Thirty Under 30 Distinction Emily Tomek, AKBD has been selected as one of the Thirty Under 30 recipients by The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) for the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show 2020 (KBIS®), to be held January 21-23 in Las Vegas. “We are so incredibly proud that Emily is being honored with this designation, it is well deserved” said Gail Drury, President of Drury Design. The goal of the NKBA 30 Under 30 Program is to acknowledge outstanding young design professionals, while helping these individuals to immerse and apply themselves to new opportunities for growth and development in support of the industry. “This group of outstanding young professionals represents the future of the industry,” said Bill Darcy, NKBA Chief Executive Officer. “NKBA is proud to recognize them as part of this key program, and we’re looking forward to hearing their insightful presentations in Las Vegas. The Thirty Under 30 honor will help them as they continue to develop their careers, and we are happy to be a part of recognizing the next generation of industry leaders.” As an associate designer, Emily Tomek has a passion for interior design and remodeling. The most rewarding aspect of her position is interpreting the client’s needs and presenting solutions to meet them. She has a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from Iowa State University’s College of Design and graduated with honors. She was happy to pursue her passion and creativity as a designer at Drury Design. Additionally, Emily recently received her certification as an Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD) through the NKBA. Emily  aims to be a leader in the design/remodeling industry as well as an active member of the NKBA and this opportunity will help further her development towards those goals. On Tuesday, January 21, 2020, the group of 30 young professionals will present their findings on the Las Vegas show floor in a presentation for KBIS 2020 show attendees. They will share the results of their explorations and answer questions from the audience. Emily is looking forward to sharing her insight on the trade with peers and is eager to gain new knowledge and practices to take home and share within her industry networks. Join all of us here at Drury Design in congratulating Emily on this impressive accomplishment. About the National Kitchen & Bath Association and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) is a not-for-profit trade association that owns the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS®). With nearly 60,000 members, the NKBA has educated and led the kitchen and bath industry since the association’s founding in 1963. The mission of the NKBA is to enhance member success and excellence, promote professionalism and ethical business practices, and provide leadership and direction for the kitchen and bath industry worldwide. For more information, visit the NKBA Press Room or call 1-800-THE-NKBA (843-6522). KBIS® and NKBA® are registered trademarks of the National Kitchen & Bath Association. To read the full roster of the 2020 class click HERE Recent Design Contributions by Emily Tomek, AKBD The post Emily Tomek Selected as 2020 “30 Under 30” Award Recipient by The National Kitchen & Bath Association appeared first on Drury Design. ..read more
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Back to Blog Your 2019 Fall & Winter Design Guide We welcome you to read and educate yourselves with our Design Guide to Fall & Winter Interior Design Trends. In this issue we focus on a neutral colored open and airy customized whole home remodel, a revived coach house featuring a beautiful use of blue in conjunction with an artistic and geometric patterned backsplash. We are also thrilled to celebrate the successes of our team in earning NKBA accreditations and eager to introduce our latest and greatest media features.  We hope you can appreciate all this issue has to offer!  Download [527.31 KB] Ready to get started on your own remodel? Have a design in mind? Let’s Talk!  Browse all of Drury Design’s past guides here. The post Drury Design’s Guide to Fall & Winter Interior Design Trends appeared first on Drury Design. ..read more
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Back to Blog | LUXE Interiors + Design | Drury Deign The feature highlights three different  Drury Design project where the homeowners were seeking a major renovation from their original design. A transitional Highland Park Kitchen, a Modern Kitchen, and Traditional Bath in Barrington are the focus of this issue where the readers are educated with what any kitchen should have regardless of style and aslo new mainstays of the design world, what we see trending today and moving forward. Learn more about Drury Design history, design approach, and services in the below.  Have a project, home remodeling question in mind, or new home on the drawing board? Contact us HERE The post Drury Design + LUXE Feature appeared first on Drury Design. ..read more
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Back to Blog Remodeling Your Kitchen In Naperville, IL With local, regional and national favorite shops and restaurants – Naperville is like no other. With top-notch housing, shopping, schooling, and dining, Naperville is the premier destination in Chicagoland for many growing families. Remodeling trends in Naperville have changed over the years and if you are looking to enhance your existing kitchen design or start from scratch with a new Naperville Kitchen then keep reading to find out what the latest Naperville Kitchen Remodeling trends are. It does of course, all depend what your personal style is. Contemporary, Traditional and Transitional styles of design are the three most common in the industry. For those just starting to look at remodeling, it can be hard to determine what your personal style is. Contemporary Style is sometimes referred to as “modern.” This style is most known for being extremely sleek, with straight lines and a minimalist look. The color palette is most always neutral, with pops of bold color used throughout. Traditional Style is classic in every sense of the word. With this style, craftsmanship is highlighted by including heavy detailing such as hand-carved wood, patterned fabrics and intricate hardware. Transitional Style is a balance between Contemporary and Traditional styles. This style generally employs the neutral color palette of Contemporary style but strays from angular shapes and instead showcases the rounded look of Traditional styles. If you are planning to remodel a kitchen, looking for the next sophisticated trend, or looking for inspiration for a basic kitchen rejuvenation, then you’ve come to the right place!  The kitchen used to be tucked away in the back of the house, now; it is paraded in all its beauty and warmth and is the center of attention. The general trend for kitchens are leaning more towards personalization. When it comes to color, finishing, and overall design; we’ve found Naperville homeowners want something unique and personal. Trends in Kitchen Remodeling Opposing Textures: Designers and homowners alike are leaning towards opposing or contrasting textures to give the kitchen an edge to its design. This will consist of a combination of contrasting textures and trending finishes from the kitchen cabinets to the flooring, each will provide a very peculiar look. Seamless Appliances: An integrated approach to placement of your appliances in key in Naperville remodels these days. We find that induction cooktops are going to be growing in popularity due to their elegant and seamless look. The big bulky appliances aren’t as popular in the midwest and instead, luxurious integration and smooth lines are. Suspended Light Fixtures: Can lights while sometimes necessary are nothing compared to beautiful suspended light fixtures! These hanging lights will notate the different sections within the kitchen especially in an open space plan. The dining area will be the main driver of these suspended light fixture areas and could act as jewelry for the space giving it the extra wow factor. Technology + Digital Integration: The Internet is all around us and with it everything in your kitchen design is too! Think wi-fi enabled espresso makers, toasters, refrigerators, wine technology, and much more. Maybe you need a spot for Alexa, and Google home? No problem.  Larger Backsplashes: At Drury Design we’ve been known to use taller backsplashes to hide the mundane look of drywall, this can also make the room appear larger than it is. We predict this is a feature that will gain traction in other kitchen remodeling designs as well. Open Floor Plans: A trend that has gained popularity for all the right reasons, an open floor plan as the name suggests, is a home with a more open layout to it, with one or more large, open rooms that function as multiple rooms within a single living space.   A Mix of Modern & Classic Depending on the specific homeowners preference there will be a combination of homes designed for a classic look and for a modern look.  We’ve found that what most people want a balanced interior design with modern appliances built into their classic kitchen look. And there are a number of ways to accomplish this as well!  Mixing colors up with a two-toned kitchen design is gaining popularity and proves a great way to mix and match. Why choose just one color for a kitchen when you can have two or three. This creates layers to the kitchen and is very eye appealing. Not only are we seeing many Naperville homes mix paint colors but other materials too, including flooring and also the metals in the appliances and hardware. No matter what colors you do choose you may be interested to know that popular color schemes that have proved they’re here to stay are those in the blue, gray, and white family. These colors have remained consistent over the past few years and are still on the rise in Naperville Kitchen Designs. This is good news, because keeping a neutral color base allows for the option to add pops of color throughout and is a timeless look for your kitchen. As far as cabinets go, including glass cabinets is another frequent design trend. Exposed cabinets are also appealing to the eye, as long as you keep them tidy and clean! Finding the right cabinetry for your kitchen remodel is a task that a design professional will make easy for you. Countertops are also an important factor to consider when remodeling your Naperville home. We have seen a rise of quartz in recent years and  following close behind is the ever so popular granite countertops. In years prior the top chosen material for countertops was always granite but quartz is now viewed as the elite material that not only looks beautiful, but is aslo long lasting and timeless, definitely something to keeo in mind as you begin your Naperville remodel project. Kitchen Remodeling Costs in Naperville There are plenty of factors that can increase or decrease your kitchen remodel cost, but more often than not, materials and labor will garner a majority of your kitchen reno budget. As such, it’s imperative to search both categories extensively before embarking on any Naperville kitchen renovation. Things that influence your kitchen remodel costs: 1. Materials– obviously the materials you choose can really start add up. Working with your designer is how this could become easier for you. Designers have access to endless resources at all price points. Kitchen cabinets for example, come in a variety of styles and prices and you want to choose a designer who will be able to give you budget numbers for a few price tiers specific to your kitchen remodel. This will ensure you get quality products that are still in your price range. 2. Kitchen Size- the bigger the kitchen, typically means more money will go into remodeling it. More space means more resources. 3. Longevity- how long you plan on living in the home affects your kitchen remodeling cost. With any project, you expect a certain return on investment. However, costs tend to be very different if you’re remodeling to sell versus remodeling to enjoy for years to come. How to choose a Kitchen Remodeler for your Naperville Home Certifications For complicated jobs such as kitchen renovations, many homeowners seek designers who’ve achieved special training and professional credentials. A major source of certification is the trade-based National Kitchen and Bath Association. An NKBA-certified designer has studied construction, mechanical, electrical and plumbing technologies and safety and professional conduct standards. Certification indicates a broad knowledge base that ranges from knowing where to put plumbing pipes to choosing the right size stove for your space. Checking a designer’s professional credentials is one way to further your choice of someone to oversee your renovation. Recommendations Asking your friends for recommendations is one way to find a kitchen designer, but asking designers‘ clients might be more revealing. Any design professional should be forthcoming about references, and following up on those references is an important part of choosing a designer. Make time to see previous projects and talk with previous clients. This will show you the designer’s style in final form, give you an idea of how the designer solved problems similar to yours and suggest potential problem areas, and give you an idea of all remodeling services. Additionally, if you’re a very visual person, finding a design firm that offers 3D renderings of your project before you complete it may be helpful in seeing just how they plan to transform your space.  Before 3D Rendering After “When we looked at our kitchen project in 3D, we loved the special features our designer proposed. We’d never considered before how they related to both the function and overall aesthetics of our kitchen. Drury Design offers a wonderful remodeling experience that begins with ideas and ends with an outstanding result” says Karen and Mike Parmelee of Naperville, IL. Schedule a free consultation If you are new to the area or simply vetting all your options, it’s best to try and find a company and a designer whose ideas and values parallel yours. A no pressure free consultation is a great way to break the ice with designers and really see how they can benefit you.  Let’s Design Your Naperville Remodel What does your dream look like? Let’s find out. 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Back to Blog Dinner & Design Event at Sub-Zero Wolf Showroom  Come with questions. Leave with confidence. Join us on Thursday, October 17th, at 6:00 as Sub-Zero Wolf hosts another of our very popular and private Dinner & Design events exclusively for our clients and guests. The event will be held from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, in the showroom’s “Living Kitchen” in the nearby Glendale Heights. Doors will open at 5:30. When: Thursday, October 17th, 6:00 to 9:00 pmWhere: Sub-Zero Wolf’s “Living Kitchen”196 Exchange Boulevard Glendale Heights, IL.RSVP: Call 630.446.7631 or email jim@drurydesigns.com Take the mystery out of your kitchen appliance decisions by experiencing Sub-Zero refrigeration and Wolf cooking appliances while dining on fabulous food prepared by Sub-Zero’s corporate Chef and staff. Enjoy wine and dinner as our guest in an intimate but casual setting. Before or after dinner, tour the showroom and discover the latest Sub-Zero and Wolf design innovations with the professional help of our design staff and the experts at Sub-Zero Wolf. Sit and enjoy watching your dinner be prepared in front of your eyes. As dinner comes together, interact with and ask questions as the chef explains step by step how to use each appliance in real-life situations. Fresher thinking for over 70 years Since 1945, Sub-Zero has pioneered the science of home refrigeration, even while transforming kitchen design with both built-in and integrated appliances. Wolf has an even longer heritage of innovation, engineered with over 80 years of commercial cooking expertise. Along with Cove’s industry-first dish washing technology, Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove are dedicated to helping you create the functional, flexible kitchen of your dreams. The Sub-Zero and Wolf Greater Chicago Showroom is located at 196 Exchange Boulevard Glendale Heights, IL To RSVP call 630.446.7631 or email  jim@drurydesigns.com  The post Dinner & Design | October 17th, 2019 appeared first on Drury Design. ..read more
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Back to Blog A Standard That Sets Designers Apart The NKBA, National Kitchen and Bath Association, developed industry credential programs to recognize designers at varying levels of expertise. The magnitude and complexity of these projects are well beyond the typical weekend do-it-yourself job, a higher level of expertise on product, design, and installation is needed. Certified NKBA professionals provide insight into design options and technical necessities that clients wouldn’t necessarily think of on their own. Certified professionals have an almost “engineer-type” mentality, which couples aesthetic judgment with practicality and safety. They understand the components ‘behind the wall’ that enable the space to function properly and efficiently, while still maintaining sleek and desirable design. Along with degrees in Interior Design, Drury Design Designers, Emily Tomek, Basia Kozub, and Sarah Cardenas, all earned their AKBD Certification this past Spring. Becoming an Associate Kitchen & Bath Designer® (AKBD) is more than just a certification. It’s a sign of your commitment and professionalism as a kitchen and bath designer. And it’s not only a commitment to building your expertise in product selection, space planning, materials, and finishes but also to the kitchen and bath industry as a whole. These three add to Drury Design’s roster of certified designers including Gail Drury and Linda Larisch who hold the industry’s top accreditation of CMKBD, Janice Teague who earned herself the CKD/CBD title and Alicia Saso who also holds the AKBD title. In order to qualify for the certifications, applicants are required to have a minimum number of years of kitchen design experience. They must also provide reference affidavits from design industry professionals in addition to client references from finished projects, and work samples. Then, it is necessary to satisfactorily complete NKBA academic coursework and pass both the written and performance exam to meet the standards within the certification program.  AKBD Defined: An Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer is a certified professional, knowledgeable in product selection, space planning, materials, and finishes. Requirements: Applicants must document a minimum of two (2) years’ experience. At least one year must be specifically within the kitchen/bath industry. The second year of experience may be in a related industry. Gail Drury, CMKBD (Certified Master Kitchen & Bath Designer) knows firsthand how much work goes into preparing for these exams, “We are very, very proud of our assistants who passed their certification exams. We ask a lot of them during work hours and for them to put in extra time to study, prepare, and pass speaks dividends to their work ethic and passion for the design industry!” “I fell in love with the idea of creating spaces that promote lifelong memories and human interaction” Tomek says that the art of crafting a design solution that reflects someone’s vision in a beautiful, functional way is what sparked her interest in the design industry. “Speaking with clients and understanding their unique vision for the space is such an important part of designing interiors.” Having this accreditation opens up so many doors and opportunities for all who earn it, especially for Emily who one day would like to become an active member of the NKBA.  Emily, who graduated from Iowa State University’s College of Design, has been a crucial member of the team and aids in numerous design projects. Emily Tomek, AKBD Basia Kozub, AKBD “Seeing the transformation and possibilities of a space inspired me to pursue a career in Interior Design.” Basia joined Drury Design as an Assistant Designer with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Harrington College of Design – Chicago, in addition to years of experience working at Porcelanosa at the Mart.   Her design philosophy is to keep it “Clean and simple but at the same time thinking outside of the box. There is always a solution to any problem; you just have to know how to find it.”   Basia states her gratitude with working alongside Drury’s talented staff, “It is such a great pleasure working and learning from Certified Designers and I’m excited that my journey of becoming a Certified Designer is on its way!”   “I’ve always the loved problem-solving aspect that designing requires!” Sarah has been in the Kitchen and Bath industry for six years now after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from Indiana University. She believes that you need more than just a passion for design. You need construction knowledge, understanding of mechanical systems, electrical and plumbing, in addition to knowledge of how to run a design firm to see a project to completion.  When asked how she would describe her own personal style, she says “Transitional, I like the clean lines that contemporary provides, but I also love the intricate details that you find in more traditional spaces. It’s about finding a balance between past & future styles.”  Sarah Cardenas, AKBD Wondering how your ideas and goals for your space might look when designed by a Certified Professional? To get started, we’d love to send one of our qualified professional designers to your home and explore the options with you.  Contact us HERE or chat with us below to find out more.  About Drury Design Kitchen and Bath Studio Founded by Gail Drury, CMKBD in 1987, Drury Design’s Client Focused Design approach integrates design recommendations, materials selection, and construction management into one seamless customer design, project management, and build experience. For kitchen, bath, and home remodeling ideas view Drury Design’s design portfolio or stop by the studio at 512 N. Main Street in downtown Glen Ellyn, Illinois.  The post Drury Design Adds Three NKBA Certified Kitchen and Bath Designers appeared first on Drury Design. ..read more
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