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St. Clair Kitchen and Home
(973) 762-9500
110A Valley St.
South Orange, NJ
 
Abbey's Kitchens
(800) 823-4513
38 Chatham Rd.
Short Hills, NJ
 
European Kitchen Center
(888) 255-0988
13 East 27 Street
New York, NY
 
Kitchens N' Things
(718) 979-5450
55 New Dorp Plaza
Staten Island, NY
 
DB CONSTRUCTION
(347) 365-8284
592 BUSHWICK AVE
Brooklyn, NY
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Hours : 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM M,T,W,T,F
Years in Business : 8 Years
Languages Spoken : English, Hindi, Punjabi
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License # : No License Provided

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Boyette Kitchens and Baths
(973) 748-1020
214 Montgomery St.
Bloomfield, NJ
 
HomeExcellence USA
(888) 896-7950
605 Water street
New York, NY
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Painting, Drywall and Plaster, Tiling, Cabinets, Flooring, Kitchen remodeling, Wallpaper & Wallcoverings, Bathroom remodeling
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Residential
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Hours : 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM M,T,W,T,F,S,S
Years in Business : 10 Years
Languages Spoken : English, Spanish, Romanian
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General Liability Insurance : Yes
License # : No License Provided
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Accepts Credit Cards

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The Kitchen Guy
(973) 812-8666
25 Amity St.
Little Falls, NJ
 
CEK International
(646) 468-4223
600 West 115 Street
New York, NY
Services
Roofing, Painting, Bathroom remodeling, FirePlaces, Ceilings, Architects & Designers, Skylights, Kitchen remodeling, Decks & Porches
Service Types
Residential, Commercial
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Years in Business : 21 Years
Languages Spoken : English
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Bonded : Yes
General Liability Insurance : Yes
License # : 1322190 / 1363417

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Berceli Kitchens
(212) 722-8811
1402 Lexington Ave.
New York City, NY
 
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Small Kitchen Design

By: H. Iacobacci-Miller

While most of us long for a larger kitchen, we don't all have the budget to just build a new one. It's important to make the most of your small kitchen space. With the right planning, you might actually grow to love your small kitchen!

The first thing to do is create an illusion of space. This can be done with light colored, long, full-height cabinets, the use of glass front cabinets, recessed and under cabinet lighting, minimal window treatments and the use of tiles set on the diagonal. Use the tiles on your backsplash or your floor.

Flooring patterns can also help create a sense of space in a small kitchen. Try placing tiles on a diagonal or running your hardwood flooring the length of the kitchen, especially if it is a galley style kitchen.

Next, tackle the problem of storage. Try using hanging pot and wine racks. Not only do they free up cabinet space, they add a decorative appeal to any kitchen décor. Use a lazy Susan and tiered spice racks to organize your tight cabinet space. Try hanging utensils and oven mitts on the insides of your cabinet doors. Wire baskets hung from the insides of the doors are great for storing plastic sacks, sponges and other miscellaneous items.

For more counter space, find a large cutting board that can be placed across your sink to give more space for food preparation (it can even hide your dirty dishes stacked in the sink…). Most importantly, keep your counters clutter free. Purchase applia...

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