Kyle McDevitt, Designer

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Kyle McDevitt, Designer

Uploaded Sep 23, 2013
By ServiceLane
Featuring Performance Kitchens & Home,
Philadelphia, PA

From Cape May Court House, New Jersey, Kyle Melissa McDevitt is a graduate of East Carolina University with a BS in Interior Design, and minor in Business Administration. While at ECU, Kyle studied architectural drafting, color theory, textiles, building systems and codes, sustainability, and all areas of Residential, Commercial, and Universal design. These courses not only challenged her design creativity, procedures, and drafting skills, but enhanced her ability to work as a team. After completing her degree, Kyle started her career interning for several residential design Companies where she increased her love and knowledge for interior design and grew a passion for Kitchen and Bath Design. Today, Kyle is a designer at Performance Kitchens & Home where she focuses on residential renovations adding value and aesthetics to existing spaces. Kyle advises clients on all interior design factors such as space planning, functionality, lighting, color coordination, selection of materials and finishes, as well as drafting highly detailed plans and photo-realistic 3D renderings. As a designer at Performance, Kyle is involved in all areas of the design process through construction and installation. Kyle's style focuses on contemporary and eclectic designs with a strong passion in sustainability. Her love for design and architecture is continually growing and fits well with her personality and creativity.

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