Ed Phillips is the founder of Freelance Kitchen Design LLC. He has been designing kitchens for over ten years and has experience with both the big box stores and private cabinet companies. He has commercial art training from Mid Florida Tech and two years of Interior Design training from Seminole State College. Even though most of his adult life was spent in a Law Enforcement career with the United States Air Force and in a civilian department, he has always had a passion for design. He has designed theater sets, planned and constructed housing for military working dogs, created puppets for local children's TV broadcast, won awards for floral designs from Candy Bouquet International, called upon to design and built props for City of Deltona functions. qThinking outside the Boxq is one of his least favorite expressions, but it is something he does with ease. He has a natural ability to work directly with a customer to see past what is there, to what it could be. Over the past decade he has been focusing on kitchen and bath design. He has done hundreds of projects in all phases and price ranges. If you have unlimited funds, of course you can do anything. For Ed, the fun part is creating something fantastic with little money and space. His desire to share the lessons he has learned lead to the creation of this book. The author, Ed Phillips, designed all the projects pictured in this book. The photographs were taken by him with consent of the owner, or the pictures were provided to him from the owner for promotional use.Future repairs will be easier and a cheap faucet may flood your beautiful new kitchen. ... Another product that is getting more affordable is the automated type faucets with motion sensors. ... Sink installation tip a with drop-in sinks it is easier to install the faucet before putting it in the top. This will save you from buying a plumbers wrench. teta#39;s get cooking APPLIANCES SHOULD FIT YOUR NEEDS and be.
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