An outdated old Tenafly, NJ cherry wood kitchen was due for an update. The owners wanted a current, modern and sleek kitchen, that has a more ‘open’ feel to it.
Together with designer Amir Ilin, they selected these slab door, DOCA walnut cabinets. The main sink is now in the island and porcelain cabinets were selected for the cabinet fronts, as they are water proof and very practical.
The window, was made a bit bigger than before and the cook top, plus the secondary sink moved there. The fridge, and pantry cabinets were relocated to the adjacent wall.
A new section with reduced depth storage and glass wall cabinets was added to complete the design.
Sapeinstone counters and backsplashes were chosen to complete the new modern kitchen.