30A Kitchen Studio grand opening set for May 30

Published: Monday, May 27, 2013 at 09:53 AM.

30A Kitchen Studio, a new full-service kitchen planning design firm opening on 30A in Santa Rosa Beach, is set to host a ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening Thursday, May 30 from 3- 6:30 p.m.

Representatives from the Walton Area Chamber of Commerce will be on hand to welcome the new business and ceremoniously cut the ribbon at 4 p.m.

Guests will be able to browse the brand new showroom, meet the owners, chat with the designers, enjoy live music by local musician Kyle LaMonica, complimentary beverages and delicious home-cooked barbecue from Seaside’s Barefoot BBQ. In addition, guests can drop off business cards and enter to win one of several door prizes from local businesses including 723 Whiskey Bravo, V Seagrove, Stinky’s Fish Camp and Great Southern Café.

30A Kitchen Studio offers potential clients in the South Walton and Destin areas attractive and functional kitchens or baths for condos, cottages, beach houses or full-time homes.

Whether for new construction or those redesigning an indoor or outdoor area, 30A Kitchen Studio works with a variety of cabinet brands, styles and features to suit a multitude of needs, homes and lifestyles. The creative and professional designers on staff take a personal approach in customizing each project to fit individual clients and budgets, helping bring dreams and ideas to life.

The studio coordinates with homeowners directly as well as with builders, contractors and interior designers to offer design/layout services with careful attention to detail, thorough communication, on-site consultation and cabinet installation with experienced installers.

“We’re so excited to be opening our doors on 30A and to become part of the tight-knit community here,” says Jill Boswell, CKD, one of 30A Kitchen Studio’s designers. “In a short timeframe we’ve already met some truly wonderful people and can’t wait to meet more of our South Walton neighbors at the grand opening.”



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