U S Kitchens & Baths honors the (approximately) 100th year anniversary of kitchen cabinets. You may ask, what do you mean? Weren’t kitchen cabinets always in the kitchen? The answer it seems is that before 1921 or thereabouts, kitchens had no cabinetry with doors nor did they contain countertops and
This Month's Featured Kitchen
This month’s featured kitchen was a remodel in a townhome in No. Haledon, NJ. For this Transitional style L-shaped kitchen we maintained the original footprint and used recessed panel style and glass front Homecrest cabinetry. Upper cabinets were painted Alpine White and the island and lower cabinets are in Cadet Blue. The backsplash is done in light grey matchstick tile, the floor is wood, and the countertops are engineered quartz. There are stainless steel appliances throughout this welcoming kitchen and the large center island with seating houses the undermount sink. We added lots of “chef-friendly” extras such as below counter microwave, pot drawers, spice & utensil pull-outs, a Lemans corner, a tray divider and an over-stove pot filler.