Refacing the Kitchen in an 1800’s colonial

We recently had the pleasure of working with a customer in Hillsborough NJ who lived in an 1800’s colonial. They wanted to save their existing tile counter, but wanted to refresh the look of their cabinets. Cabinet refacing was a great solution for their situation. The existing cabinets had some attractive glass doors, which the customer wanted to duplicate. We showed the customer glass selections, and they chose NuGerman glass, which has a wavy, antique look. One of their base cabinets was open, and the customer wanted to close it with a door and have some rolling shelves installed. We agreed with the customer that a light tone wood would suit the space and the house perfectly. The new maple doors in tawny stain were attractive and appropriate to the beautiful old home. The project was completed in 4 days on site and the customer was thrilled with the results.

 

 

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