• February 6, 2018

    Trending: Two-Tone Cabinetry

    The trend of contrasting islands has been established, and we’re beginning to see natural woods and warmer tones make a comeback.

    We’re seeing two-toned cabinetry in bold neutrals such as charcoal grey, taupe, and black mixed with bold painted colors and wood tones such as walnut and aged oak. For the client looking for a crisp white kitchen, pairing whites and organic woods is another way to incorporate two tones.  Whether it’s contrasting cabinets or contrasting drawers, this trend is bringing unique style into the kitchen.

    Looking forward to seeing a Master Bath vanity for a client come to life with contrasting doors made of Alder in a black glaze & carbon finish:

    Town & Country Kitchen and Bath

     

    Smith Hanes

     

    Gateway Grassroots Home Design

     

    The Inspired Room

     

    Town & Country Kitchen and Bath

     

    Decorpad

     

    Smith Hanes

     

    Trendir

     

    Trendir

     

    Homey Life

     

    Gateway Grassroots Home Design

     

    Town & Country Kitchen and Bath

     

    Maillot Homes

  • November 13, 2017

    21 Paint Colors for your Project

    Choosing paint colors can be a daunting process when re-vamping a space.  Take a look at some of our favorite Benjamin Moore colors that can transform your home.

  • July 30, 2016

    Enter the “Micro-Kitchen”

    Just because you have a small space to work with doesn’t mean you don’t still deserve a well-designed, fully-functional kitchen. With so many people downsizing, space is at a premium. As millennials set out on their own, leaving college and looking for jobs, they often have to adapt to smaller living spaces. On the other end of the generational spectrum, baby-boomers are also downsizing their lifestyles as they retire, moving into smaller spaces now that the kids have left the nest. Still, they must find some way to have a functional, enjoyable kitchen.
    So what does a kitchen need? It needs modes of cooking- stovetop, oven, microwave. It needs a station for cleaning- ranging anywhere from a sink to a full dishwasher. It needs cold storage- refrigerator, freezer. And it needs dry storage- plates, utensils, dry goods, unused appliances. Jamming all of these components into a space will still keep everything at your fingertips; all you have to do is pivot in the tight, hot, claustrophobic space you’ve created, sequestered away from your guests and family. Trying to fit a generic kitchen design into a small space can be a disaster- making this important space a thorn in your side rather than the warm and inviting heart of your home that it should be.

  • July 17, 2014

    Stately Homes by-the-Sea: A Benefit for the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group

    Town & Country Kitchen and Bath was honored to design two rooms at the mansion, the Family Entry and Master Bath.

    Check out the before-and-afters below:
    Take a Tour of the Stately Homes By the Sea Designer Showhouse on NBC’s Open House TV Show featuring Town & Country kitchen and bath in Red Bank, NJ.