Kitchen Cabinets and bathroom vanıtıes ın Bloomsbury, nj

You should make sure your house has the features and aesthetics you desire due to its distinctive location. It could be difficult to find the appropriate improvements for your Bloomsbury property, but after the work is done, it might be well worth the effort.

With the assistance of our professionals, your kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanities might get a much-needed home makeover.

Any house repair job takes careful planning and execution, as we are all too aware of.

We meet with every customer individually to go through all the alternatives with them and assist them in selecting the one that best suits their requirements in terms of both time and money.

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Kitchen Cabinets and Remodeling in Bloomsbury, NJ

The kitchen is the heart of the house. This serves as the neighborhood’s center while guests are present. Due to the fact that food has a way of drawing people together, the kitchen is the actual social hub of the house. Therefore, it is crucial to have a kitchen that is ideal for entertaining.

Whatever the theme of your kitchen’s design, we can help you discover the right materials.

Kitchen Cabinets and Countertops on Sale near Bloomsbury

The shaker collection features a clean, simple design that pairs wells with any layout or color scheme is adaptable enough for use in both traditional and modern homes.


The shaker collection features a clean, simple design that pairs wells with any layout or color scheme and is adaptable enough for use in both traditional and modern homes.


Carrara Quartz is a lovely marble-look Carrara quartz with a white background and wispy gray veins for a soft, stone-inspired look that's just dreamy.


Luxury aesthetics and life-long durability come together in Calacatta Montage Quartz, featuring a soft white background with delicate dove gray veining throughout the slab.


Kitchen Countertops in Bloomsbury, NJ

More than just maintaining and preparing food is done at countertops. You should be careful to choose the best countertops for the area given their importance to the kitchen’s design. They can blend in with the design theme you’ve chosen for the rest of the space to give your kitchen a modern look that will impress your family and guests.

With the help of our professionals, you can choose the ideal countertops for your space.

Farmhouse Kitchen Cabinets With Vintage Hardware
Pear white cabinets

Bathroom Vanities and Remodeling in Bloomsbury, NJ

One room in the house that is sometimes overlooked is the bathroom. The inside design of this room is usually overlooked. Instead of designing any old bathroom, it’s time to create the spa-like sanctuary you’ve always desired. Given that this is frequently where you start and end your day, give it your best design effort.

To help you relax at home, our experts will take the time to hear your thoughts and design a bathroom retreat with you.

Bathtubs and Vanities on Sale near Bloomsbury

Spacious freestanding bathtub for better comfort, rasy to clean white high-gloss surface, sturdy construction with fiberglass reinforcement.


Configurable bottom interior drawer provides for a personalized storage space, vanity in walnut veneer.


46" Inch Bathroom Vanity with four doors (two Bow-front doors and two small doors for side storage) cabinet with one shelf and one drawer.


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Know Your Township


Most do not realize it, but half of the American army that fought at the battle of Trenton on December 25, 1776, marched though Bloomsbury on their way to join General Washington to fight in the battle that saved the American Revolution for the patriotic cause. The details follow:

After the calamitous defeat in the Battle of New York, as General Washington fled through the “Jersies” with “the wretched remains of a broken army” he sent word for reinforcements to join him. The New England Army of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire troops, commanded by the vainglorious General Charles Lee, was then camped in Westchester County, NY. Lee crossed the Hudson on December 2 & 3. Maj.

General William Heath observed “that Lee took with him some as good troops (about 3,000) as are any in the service; but many of them were so destitute of shoes that the blood left on the rugged frozen ground, in many places, marked the route they had taken; and a considerable number, unable to march, were left at Peek’s Kill.”

The New England Army passed through Pompton, Chatham and Morristown on December 5, 6 & 7; camping at Vealtown (Bernardsville) on the 13th. Lee, who fancied himself a better commander than Washington, repaired to the widow White’s Tavern in Basking Ridge while his second in command, John Sullivan of New Hampshire, proceeded to Pluckemin (Bridgewater/Bedminister, near where I-78 meets I-287), where Lee indicated he would join them.

However, local Tories tipped off the British as to Lee’s location and 80 British Light Dragoons, commanded by Banastre Tarleton, rode up from Hopewell and captured him in a fast raid. At this point command passed to General Sullivan.