Jessica DiSanto has been an active member of the kitchen and bath industry for over 5 years. She is currently the Executive Vice President at Kitchen Cabinet Kings, but her favorite aspect of her job is being the resident blogger. This outlet allows her to combine her most prominent passions; design and writing. Jessica's style savvy sense and linguistic love translate to an inspiring and educational blog which guides visitor's through remodeling and redecorating their homes.
Jessica received her B.A. in Psychology from Wagner College in 2008 where she is currently working on her M.S. Ed. in Early Childhood Education. Her understanding and ardor of people substantiates our customer service department. Jessica injects intelligence, empathy, and humor into, not only her work, but her personal life as well.
She spends her free time trying to take advantage of life. Her favorite activities are reading, writing, working out, and quoting movies. Jessica also enjoys travelling, shopping, and spending quality time with her friends and family. The quote she lives by is, "Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared."
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Designing a dream bathroom sounds great, but it's not always financially possible. After all, materials and labor add up quickly. To make sure that your budget stretches as far as possible, you're going to need to make smart choices. Below [...]Read more
Marble is more popular than ever in bathrooms, and this shouldn't be a surprise. After all, marble is versatile and beautiful. However, it can also be incredibly expensive. Because of the high cost, more designers are cautioning homeowners that porcelain [...]Read more
Planning a kitchen remodel can feel like an overwhelming process. Besides picking out new cabinets, coordinating contractors, and ordering matching appliances, it can be easy to let important details, like countertop materials, slip through the cracks. However, letting such an [...]Read more