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.
We hope you can join us for our 2nd Annual Giving Tables Event on June 2nd! We are so excited to see what our featured designers have planned for their tables this year. Check out our website for details.
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.
Town & Country kitchen and bath proudly hosted the second annual table setting event showcasing local designers’ interpretations of Sherwin-Williams Colormix 2016 collections to benefit Lunch Break, a charity dedicated to providing basic living necessities to community members who need them most.
The Opening Night Event was held on Thursday, June 2 from 4-8pm and had ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME Magazine as co hosts.
This year’s event featured a showcase of designers and light food fare by local Eateries.
Town and Country kitchen and Bath and ASPIRE Metro magazine cordially invite you to join us for an evening of Health and Wellness with Tara Roscioli.
Tara is an amazing force, having transformed her life from a diet of cigarettes, salty and sugary snacks, processed food and coffee to a dynamic life as an inspirational health and wellness coach.
Tara’s organic and plant-based meal delivery service, Meals 2 GLO, is helping both women and men lose weight, restore their energy and glow from the inside out.
Interior designers, decorators and artists were putting the finishing touches on projects they’d worked on for the past three months, in preparation for “Stately Homes By-The-Sea,” a monthlong showcase that serves an annual benefit for the Visiting Nurse Association in Red Bank. In that time, volunteers painstakingly transformed seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and myriad other areas of the Gilded Age mansion.
Ginny Padula Personal Style Kitchen Ginny Padula, designer for and owner of Town & Country Kitchen and Bath, applied her skills and expertise toward a project slightly closer to home – her own! It all began five years ago, when Padula and her builder husband, Lou, undertook an entire house renovation project; they gutted their small ranch, which took over nine months, and added a second and third floor.
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