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KITCHEN BATH HOMEDesign
Maggie McManus, CKDIt was Pearl S. Buck who wrote, “Order is the shape upon which beauty depends.” As a designer these are words I take to heart. An elderly nun, my teacher in Catholic School, was the first to show me the value of order. She assigned me the task of organizing the jumble of pens and pencils in her desk – a task I took great satisfaction in. I also value sustainability as do many of my clients. We see this most often in families with young children because they don’t want their kids exposed to toxic materials, and they care about our planet’s fragile environment. Sustainability in your design is a simple and achievable goal, and it’s affordable. Kitchen and bath design has been my life-long career. I very much enjoy working with clients who call upon me to design highly functional and beautiful living spaces.
Maren Robertson, Architectural Designer
With keen attention to detail, Maren produces exceptional architectural drawings so critical to the design process. Maren is an architectural designer trained in Germany and has practiced in the field for over fifteen years.
Sean Conway, Project Manager
After a decade working as a project manager in the fields of design, real estate marketing, and planning, Sean joined McManus Group in 2015. He is the point person managing scheduling and coordinating all phases of our projects.
SustainabilityThere are several ways to make your project more environmentally friendly. Some examples are:
- Installing a filtered water system to reduce reliance on bottled drinking water.
- Installing cabinets with low VOC emissions (off-gassing) to make your kitchen non-toxic.
- Installing cabinets manufactured using wood from sustainable forestry. We use high quality cabinets from Custom Wood Products which meet the highest standard of sustainability.
- In bathrooms install low-flow toilets to conserve water.
- Even your choice of countertops can make a difference.