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A custom kitchen design and renovation by WCW Kitchens.
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In October, WCW Kitchens expanded its showroom in the New Paltz Cherry Hill Plaza, taking over an adjacent retail space. WCW now has two light-filled floors of kitchen and bath displays, a vast quartz countertop selection, tile work and cabinetry samples, and a client conference room. "It's a very inviting space," owner Scott Mass says. "And we have one of the best selections in the whole Hudson Valley." Mass first came to New Paltz to attend the nascent woodworking program at the college, where his fascination with wood took on a practical bent. Over 30 years, Mass has built his business into a full-service design-build firm serving the entire region. The scope of a WCW project could include anything from replacing a bathroom vanity to a full gut renovation of a kitchen, complete with new flooring, cabinetry, lighting, and windows. The company doesn't carry any particle board cabinetry, preferring plywood as it is a less toxic material that doesn't off-gas as much. "We spend a lot of time working with people to design something that is going to work well for them and their taste, and we also try to use our experience to bring something that is unique and different into their home," Mass says. "We are proud of all our projects. We enjoy creating something beautiful for people." Wcwkitchens.com

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