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7 Ideas For Renovating Your Kitchen


Lets face it, the kitchen is where the magic really happens. That's why it's crucial to create an environment that's inviting, comfortable, and good-looking! Here are some ideas for those looking to remodel their kitchen.


1. Black & White Theme 

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Having a white floor will make a small kitchen look a lot bigger. Also, notice how it's decorated very minimilist. Getting rid of excess clutter will help create a calming environment- not to mention it will be easier to clean! 


2. Open Pantry

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Pantries are typically closed off, and sometimes, it's for a good reason! They tend to be a space that's easy to neglect. However, look how refined and organized this one is. Having an open pantry doesn't only look great, it will also help you stay on top of things.


3. Breakfast Nook


Photo courtesy of Furniture Fashion

How cozy does this look? A breakfast nook is ideal for smaller apartments and is a surefire way to add some charm. They are currently all the rage! 


4. Island Cooktop 

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Not only will you have extra counter space, having a cooktop that's attached to your island will create an engaging kitchen atmosphere. This is perfect for parents who entertain or have to keep an eye on the kids while cooking.


5. Stacked Ceiling Crown Moldings


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Stacked Crown Moldings will help make your kitchen go from bland to elegant. It's a classy addition that will bring the room together. Don't take our word for it, though. Let the picture above speak for itself! 


6. Stainless Steel 

Photo courtesy of Grothhouse 

What can we really say about stainless steel other then the obvious- it's chic and sophisticated. A must! 


7. Multi-purpose Bookshelf 


Photo courtesy of Elle Decor 

This will give your kitchen a classical feel and grant easy access to your favorite cookbooks. Also functioning as a pot rack, it's essential for space and style. 


4 Cities By The Sea in NJ You Have To Visit


1. Asbury Park 

Photo courtesy of Matthew Weinstein

With an influx of newly renovated bars, restaurants, and hotels opening weekly- it's no surprise that Asbury makes the list. Whether you're looking to have a relaxing family vacation, uninhibited night out with friends, or hear live music at The Stone Pony, there's something for everyone in this iconic beach town. In the past three years, Asbury has received attention from big publications such as Vogue who have praised the cities hip atmosphere. 

2. Long Branch 

Photo courtesy of PierVillage.com 

This historic seaside city, once occupied by Woodrow Wilson and Ulysses S. Grant, offers a tremendous amount of options for those looking to explore the Jersey Shore. Pier Village (pictured above), an oceanfront hotspot that's home to over 500 rental properties and local businesses, is a perfect place to shop while enjoying the crisp summer air. 

3. Belmar


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Boasting immaculate Victorian Style homes and a tight-nit surfing community, Belmar is the place to be for those in their 20's looking to have a good time. Grab a drink with friends at Boathouse, walk down to the boardwalk and watch the sunset. Whatever you end up doing in Belmar will most likely be carefree with a view. 

4. Point Pleasant 

Image courtesy of VisitNJ.org

Point Pleasant makes the list for its endless entertainment attractions. From Jenkinson's Aquarium to Uncle Vinny's Comedy Club, you'll never run out of things to do in Point. The boardwalk is loaded with games and rides, making it a kid-friendly destination. 


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