Viking Design Contest - 2020 3rd Quarter Winner - Trish Robertson

Viking Range, LLC, the leader in residential kitchen technology, has named Trish Robertson as the 2020 Third Quarter Designer of Distinction. Trish Robertson is the in-house design coordinator at Pearl Developments in Dallas, Texas and is the third quarterly winner in the 2020 Viking Kitchen Design Competition. Trish is the design coordinator for this quarter’s winning kitchen with designs from Jill Muggleston, designer. Designers from around the United States are vying for the coveted honor to become the 2020 Viking Designer of the Year.

Pearl Developments, owned by W. Brandon Buerger, specializes in building/remodeling high-end homes while combining superior service with unparalleled quality to design homes that fit the living needs of his customers.

Trish & Jill describe the project below:

Clean, crisp and dramatic is how we describe this fun and functional family kitchen in the heart of Dallas’ University Park neighborhood. With natural light and high ceilings, we opted for a contrast of white & black cabinetry and black & white marble counters to make a statement with gold accents in the island pendants and the backsplash to showcase the 48” Viking 6 burner range, on the focal wall. Contributing to the functionality of the kitchen, we added large pantry cabinets on the refrigerator wall which nestled in perfectly with the 48” Viking side-by-side refrigerator and Viking built-in convection microwave.

More about Pearl Developments:

Pearl Developments was born from extensive home building and company growth experience. In addition to building spec and custom homes independently in the Dallas and Houston areas, Pearl Developments works closely with homeowners to transform their custom home or remodel dreams into reality.  Founded in 2012, Pearl Development’s primary goal is quality craftsmanship and prides itself on building and remodeling homes that excel in design style and structural quality.  For more details about Pearl Developments, visit