February 28th, 2018

Choosing Your Door And Drawer Style The one thing that will affect the look of your kitchen perhaps more than anything else is the style of your cabinet door and drawer fronts. And there are many styles available to you. Traditional cope and stick, slab, or mitered construction. Raised or flat (recessed) panels. Ogee, square, or regular beads. And more… So many choices!Click Here to View Full Article

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February 12th, 2018

I don’t like trends. I always caution my clients that their new kitchen is the one place where they want to stay away from trendy choices. I understand that they want their new kitchen to look hip and happening to show off. Yet, buyers’ remorse is a real thing, and no one wants the kitchen they’ve invested thousands of dollars in to be out of style in a few short years. It’s a delicate balance when making choices for a kitchen remodel. But I’m happy to work with you to evaluate the…

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January 2nd, 2018

The selections you must make for a new kitchen can seem endless: hardware finish and type; stone, quartz or laminate countertops; lighting fixtures; appliances – gas, electric, or combination, stainless or colored finish; type of flooring; seating, etc. But I’d like to talk about one detail you may not have thought about. You’ve probably looked at lots of photos to get inspiration – on Houzz and in magazines, home makeover shows and cabinetry websites. Certain pictures of cabinetry…

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October 18th, 2017

Transitional kitchen Riverdael, NJ

Let Us Help You Design Your Dream KitchenPlease take a moment to view our project Before & After brochure to see our process in action.Click Here to View Brochure

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October 18th, 2017

Dining room china cabinets Wyckoff, NJ

Transitional Style The #1 most popular style of kitchen design in North America, according to 2017 Kitchen & Bath Design Trends Report conducted by the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), is Transitional-styled kitchens, followed by Contemporary at #2. The reason? Transitional style has universal appeal. If you don’t know what your style is, then Transitional may be perfect for you. Transitional style came on the scene in the early ‘00s when the design pendulum began to swing…

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