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Custom and Semi-Kitchen Cabinets | Kitchen Remodeling in Hawthorne and Point Pleasant NJ

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Materials, options and accessories
include in this kitchen design project:

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Perimeter cabinets:
Beaded inset with shaker doors – painted maple, color matched.
Island cabinets:
Flush inset with shaker doors – Quarter sawn oak, stained standard manufacturer finish.
Perimeter countertops:
Ceasarstone Frosty Carina
Island countertop:
Soapstone

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The Challenger

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The Result

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Frequently Asked Questions

The existing kitchen was the size of a closet (58 SF). It could not fit a dishwasher, had limited storage, and could only fit a small refrigerator.
First I wanted it to capture the style of the home. And of course to take care of the storage problem, be functional, and light-filled. I wanted high ceilings with beams. I also wanted the island to look like a piece of furniture or work table. I chose a subtle color palette regarding cabinetry, tile, and walls. The colors are very Zen and welcoming.

I didn’t want wall-to-wall cabinets because I felt that would suffocate the space. I wanted to separate appliances and work space from the dining area.
I chose shaker on beaded inset with simple lines to maintain the integrity of the home. I opted for an English creme color scheme, rather than white, for fear of it looking too stark.
I liked the quartz for the perimeters because it doesn’t have a shiny surface and it’s impervious to staining and scratching. On the island, I changed it up with soapstone, which looks organic
Originally I wanted a completely open farm table as the island, however, this was not feasible if I wanted to stick with my goal for less cabinetry around the perimeter. The designers came up with a compromise. They made the side of the island that is open to the dining area look like a piece of furniture and housed the other side with appliances (microwave, warming drawer, storage drawers for bowls and platters). This is directly across from the Refrigerator, oven, and cooktop. I love how this set-up is similar to a galley style performance with prep and cooking.
The Wolf cooktop and oven are on-point with temperature control. For example, the broiler can be set to high-low levels, and the cooktop has a regulated simmer on every burner. Both are very easy to clean. The steam oven is a great alternative to the microwave – it’s a better way to heat up the food without overcooking it. It’s healthier than frying and is great for baking. It’s like having a second oven.
We bumped out the area for the kitchen table for two reasons:

1. For architectural balance when looking from the outside of the house;
2. For adequate dining space.

The dining area wall has six high windows that bring in natural light. We added hand-crafted, cedar-wood beams that were stained to match the engineered wide-plank flooring. A second entry into the existing dining room was created to further open up the space.
Everything. I love my kitchen. It’s very welcoming and comfortable. I think it’s timeless and highly functional. I love how the island becomes a buffet on holidays and that several people can work at it at the same time. The natural light inspires you to relax.
- Custom and Semi-Kitchen Cabinets | Kitchen Remodeling in Hawthorne and Point Pleasant NJ
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