Presenting: Certified Kitchen Designer #nextlevel

It's been a long seven years (wait, maybe more), but it was totally worth it. I am officially a Certified Kitchen Designer and over the moon about it.

NKBAsealCKDThe premiere hallmark for kitchen and bath professionals, NKBA Certification is based on written examinations and industry experience. NKBA certified designers must also meet mandatory continuing education requirements annually. To earn CKD certification, the professional must document a minimum of seven years of industry experience, successfully complete 60 NKBA Education hours, submit two professional affidavits and two client referrals, and pass the design portion of the NKBA Certification exam.

If you want to know more about why you should hire a professional, read about it here.

CLICK HERE to read the BC Chapter Press Release.

What's next? Certified Bath Designer, of course! So, CHEERS!

The ONLY photo you will ever see of me with a drink in my hand, but this one was totally worth it.