Welcome to IdealKitchens.com ! If you are here to learn a little about our company, read on…
Ideal Kitchens was first established in 1968 and has served the shore for over forty years now as a premiere source for custom cabinetry. During those years we have grown and adapted as the marketplace has changed and the result is a broad spectrum of capabilities.
Our goal is to learn your needs, develop a thoughtful and elegant solution, and then produce the vision in one of our many custom products that we build right here in our facility. Ultimately, our professional in-house installers will make them a worthy part of your home using skill and care.
It starts when we get to meet you and discover your goals and requirements. After obtaining measurements we diligently study the various solutions for the space and create plans for your review. Our hand-rendered perspectives help you to understand and visualize the design and react to our ideas. When a final plan is agreed upon and a product is selected that meets your needs and budget, we take the vision from paper to reality in our attached fabrication facility.
In our finish department, we can control color and application to yield the perfect combination for your home. We use exceptional top-coat materials to create durable finishes and custom paints and glazes, artistic applications, dyes, and layering of colors can also be incorporated as needed. Clients will also have access to the finishing team if they need to express a particular vision directly.
Ideal Kitchens strives to give a more personal experience from hand drawn plans to hand-crafted cabinetry. It is our mission to see that the best combination of function and form is achieved, but achieved while maintaining your very specific needs. And the finished product must be a reflection of the importance you place on quality in both craftsmanship and design.
As a measure of our achievement, we have been featured in both local and national publications like Design NJ, Better Homes & Gardens, Kitchen & Bath ideas, (201) magazine, New Jersey magazine, and This Old House magazine.
After all - ‘custom’ doesn’t come from a catalog!
Come and visit with us at the showroom – call or stop by today!