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Stay At Home Design: eDesign w/Rebecca Sutton, AKBD

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Welcome back to our re-boot of the DeAnna On Design podcast!!

Today's topic will feature guest designer, Rebecca Sutton, AKBD from Kitchen Design Concepts in TX.  We will discuss what eDesign is, the benefits of virtual design & how to get started w/your Wish Lists!.

As we are 'sheltering in place' and/or working from home, our home environment has become even more important in terms of our health-mental & physical-and a place where we work, educate & entertain ourselves on a 24/7 basis.  Creating and designing an environment that supports us through these unprecedented & challenging times, while still maintaining a sense of normalcy is key to getting through the next month(s).  Our re-boot will offer tips, projects & reviews of ideas you can easily implement into your home to make this time a bit easier.


Rebecca Sutton, AKBD is the lead Residential Kitchen and Bath Designer for Kitchen Design Concepts in Dallas, TX. She earned her accreditation in 2016 and was recognized as a Thirty under 30 in 2017 by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA). Working for a turnkey Design/Remodel firm she is involved in all aspects of design, material selection, contract writing, ordering and project management. She is also a virtual cabinet designer for their sister company, Cabinet Collection. On top of designing, she is a Social Media Coordinator for both companies creating content, posting, and writing blogs. Outside of work, she is the Programs Chair for her local NKBA chapter and the Communications chair for the Virginia Tech “DFW Hokies” Alumni Chapter – her alma mater – where she is a dual degree recipient with a B.A. in Philosophy and an NKBA accredited B.S. in Housing

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