Hutchens featured in design publication

Local designer Tara Hutchens of Splash Kitchens and Baths in LaGrange was featured in the 15th annual Design Awards Issue of "Signature Kitchens and Baths" magazine.

The issue features a select group of designers from across the country, each judged by a panel of professionals. Hutchens’ two-page article highlights Splash's masterful designs and showcases the breathtaking results of a kitchen project constructed for local homeowners.

The featured project was designed by the Splash Kitchens & Baths design team after the homeowners commissioned the company to create a beautiful, functional design for their home.

After careful consultation with the homeowners and an assessment of their needs and aesthetic desires, the Splash team went to work to create a beautiful project.



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