Kitchen Cabinets and bathroom vanıtıes ın Frenchtown, nj

You should make sure that your property has the features and aesthetics you desire because it is in a distinctive location. It could be difficult to find the proper improvements for your Frenchtown house, but after the work is done, it might be well worth the difficulty.

Our professionals can help you give your bathroom vanities and kitchen cabinets the much-needed home makeover.

Every house repair job takes careful preparation and execution, as we all too well know.

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

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Kitchen Cabinets and Remodeling in Frenchtown, NJ

The center of the house is the kitchen. When visitors are present, this acts as the room’s focal point. The kitchen serves as the actual social center of the house since food has a way of bringing people together. Having a kitchen that is perfect for hosting is therefore imperative.

We can assist you in choosing the appropriate materials and décor style for your kitchen, regardless of the design you choose.

Kitchen Cabinets and Countertops on Sale near Frenchtown

Simple yet stunning! Statuary Classique Quartz is elegant, durable, and requires virtually no maintenance. This marble-look quartz is ideal for busy kitchens and baths in both homes and residential properties.


Calacatta dramatic gray veining on a creamy white background will convince everyone that it is naturally mined marble. But with its easy-care durability, this quartz will practically take care of itself.


Whether your fantasy is classic comfort or sophisticated refinement, signature pearl`s raised panel design and antique white color serve as the ideal choice to create the perfect setting for your dream kitchen.


Calacatta Leon is a statement-making quartz designers just can't get enough of. Its soft white backdrop is enhanced with dramatic grey veining throughout the slab, for the most authentic marble look.


Kitchen Countertops in Frenchtown, NJ

The functions of countertops extend beyond food preparation and storage. You should take special care to choose the greatest countertops for the area because of how crucial they are to the kitchen’s overall appearance. To give your kitchen a sleek, modern appearance, they can coordinate with the design you’ve chosen for the rest of the space.

You may choose the ideal countertops for your space with the help of our advice and recommendations.

Kitchen Cabinets & Countertop Project in South Brunswick, New Jersey
Indigo cabinets

Bathroom Vanities and Remodeling in Frenchtown, NJ

One room in the house that is sometimes overlooked is the bathroom. This space’s interior decor is frequently disregarded. It’s time to design the spa-like retreat you’ve always wanted, not just any old bathroom. Give it your best design effort as here is typically where you begin and end your day.

Our professionals will listen to your ideas and collaborate with you to construct a bathroom getaway so you can unwind at home.

Bathtubs and Vanities on Sale near Frenchtown

This classic vanity is crafted with beautiful details, from the tapered legs to the hand-carved pilasters. With a blend of both Traditional and Transitional styles, the charm of the Brittany Collection is fitting for a variety of interior designs.


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


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Finding the right products for your project is a journey.
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Know Your Township


Frenchtown Borough was formed by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 4, 1867; but of course our history reaches much further back.

The Lenni-Lenape tribe were the original inhabitants of the area, living along the creeks, including our Nishisackawick. But by the 1750s they had been squeezed out to points west, and ferry service had been established here.

At the time of the Revolution, a hamlet named Alexandria or Alexandriaville had developed, consisting of a ferry landing, a half-dozen houses, two mills powered by the creek, and a store. Thomas Lowrey owned it all.

The 968 acreage that roughly corresponds to what is now Frenchtown, was sold by Lowrey to Paul Henri Mallet-Prevost in 1794. Except for the store lot, Mallet-Prevost owned it all. Everyone there was a tenant, squatter or an associate of his.

Mallet-Prevost, who was Swiss, had fled France to avoid a date with the guillotine. Joining him in Alexandria were his wife, Jeanne, three sons, and several other French-speaking families. The sudden influx of French-speakers gave the growing settlement its current name, which became official in 1839 when the Frenchtown Post Office was established.