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This client in Pittstown, NJ asked me if hiring an architect to redesign a kitchen is like using a sledge hammer to install a picture hook. I assured her that, like all of our projects, we would examine their kitchen with fresh eyes and determine how the available space can be put to the best use. Rather than simply suggesting new updated cabinetry, the schematic design showed the new kitchen in a new location in the same area of the home. Pull out cutting boards, built-in wine storage, and hidden cabinets utilize every inch. The wall that used to separate the kitchen from the family room has been removed and replaced with see-through, lighted glass cabinets. Built-in bookcases and a wood countertop add beauty and utility to this New Kitchen.