Posted on September 9, 2016 by By Carol Hartzog Communications

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Don’t let its elegant palette fool you: The kitchen in this newly constructed Williamsburg, Virginia, Colonial is designed for living.

By Kitty Shea
Copyright © 2016 The Sherwin-Williams Company

It’s a form of translation fit for a diplomat: listening to what clients say they want and then revealing to them what they actually want. As any experienced residential designer knows, “I want a white kitchen” can mean many different things. “Ninety-five percent of my clients come to me with a picture off or Pinterest, and it’s your typical white kitchen: white marble countertops and white subway tile backsplashes,” says designer Kathryn Salyer of Williamsburg, Virginia.

Salyer’s command of kitchen design, and her subsequent care and handling of the familiar white request, helps her recognize that, as she says, “What clients are really falling in love with is the ... Read the entire article at the Sherwin-Williams website


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