Stone Creek Builders just finished a kitchen remodel in Princeton Junction, NJ. This remodel began with a full demolition of the customer’s existing kitchen. From the removal of all the old cabinets, countertops, flooring, and tile, to the old lighting fixtures, and appliances—everything had to go. The remodel also consisted of several structural changes, including a relocation of a supply duct, widening of the doorway to the living room, and the removal of a soffit to accommodate the new cabinet layout.
The new kitchen boasts custom built-ins, recessed and under-cabinet lighting, installation of new base molding and casing, a new Andersen sliding door to the patio, and reinforced and newly tiled floors. In addition, a custom island was created, a soffit above the Anderson slider was reframed, and a new microwave hood was installed, vented to the exterior.
The entire backsplash was also tiled, new appliances were connected, and to finish, the room was completely repainted.