Custom Refacing: Tewksbury, NJ & Bucks, PA

Before: The kitchen cabinets in this Tewksbury, NJ home were custom made for the previous owners. The new owners appreciated that the kitchen cabinets were of excellent quality and made locally, but the knotty pine wasn't their preference. The granite countertops were only four years old. New cabinets were not an option and, in a comparable quality, would cost a fortune.

The home owners wanted solid cherry doors and features in a specific shade of cherry for the main cabinets and a different, darker finish on the island. They also wanted to give the island a furniture look and to get rid of the country bead board, to add nicer crowns and a "light rail" – the molding below the upper cabinets.

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After: The main cabinets received new, full overlay doors, which were solid cherry and custom stained and glazed to their color preferences. Cherry crowns, side panels, and trim were also custom finished, then installed. The island was restyled with new doors, custom built posts, and coordinating side panels, all in a painted glazed cappuccino with rub-through finish.

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Bucks County, PA, Before: A galley kitchen was dark and tunnel-like, with a narrow doorway to the eating area and awkward path to the dining room. The cabinets, although dated, were solid wood with cherry frames.

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After: Some cosmetic renovations, including expanding the doorway to the breakfast nook and pulling back the soffit, opened up the space. Some cabinets and appliances were reconfigured, improving flow to the dining room as well as increasing functional counter top space. An upscale soffit treatment, new wood doors with our popular Butternut finish, and a unique granite counter all contribute to the transformation. Next step is the backsplash . . .

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