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Martha Maldonado of Wholesale Kitchen Cabinet Distributors

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Wholesale Kitchen Cabinets in New Jersey (1)Design Build Pros recently had the opportunity to interview Martha Maldonado of Wholesale Kitchen Cabinet Distributors, a highly respected kitchen designer.

Q: What is your favorite home improvement TV show?

A: I love “Flip or Flop” on HGTV. It’s a great show about transforming damaged, distressed and auctioned properties into gorgeous homes. It reminds me of what I do, transforming outdated kitchens into beautiful, efficient ones. Continue reading

Under Cabinet Lighting for Your Kitchen

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under cabinet lighting for kitcen cabinets and design build remodeling in NJ (4)It happens every day, and no one really thinks about it until it occurs. People around the world wake up in the middle of the night and need a drink of water, or they come home to a darkened home with no lights on. Turning on the lights means waking up everyone, or perhaps even making things a bit uncomfortable on your eyes. There is a solution that can fix that, and it comes with the opportunity to add lighting in a very discrete area. Continue reading

Lapis Lazuli Stone Countertop for a Wet Bar

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Countertops are one of the primary components and a major decision for a new kitchen or a kitchen remodeling project. The material choices and price ranges vary greatly. All information, options, questions and answers about kitchen countertops can certainly fill up a book.

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Take Your Child to Work Day–Remodeling Field Trip!

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Monday, 4/23/12, at about 5:30 PM Connor, my oldest son, asks me to take him to work with him for “Take Your Child to Work Day”. “Sure”, I tell him, “What day is it?” “Thursday”, is his reply. THURSDAY? How am I going to possibly make Thursday work? “Sure Connor, I’ll take you.” “OK, but are we going to sit in front of you computer all day? That’s kind of boring.” That, coming from the kid who could glue himself to a DS, but the thought of watching me design makes school look like the better option.
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