Profile

Cover photo
Verified local business
Kitchen Expressions
Bathroom Remodeler
Today Closed
8 followers|24,044 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos

Stream

 
We have many new and exciting displays to see in our new showroom. If you are in or near Summit, give us a call for a complimentary estimate of your next kitchen or bath projects.
1
Add a comment...
In their circles
35 people
Have them in circles
8 people
darrel weaver's profile photo
Sami Gonzalez's profile photo
Carrol J Banks's profile photo
Bita Star's profile photo
The Cooking Masters's profile photo
Emilie Cabourg's profile photo
Miguel Chaves's profile photo
Contact Information
Map of the business location
396 Springfield Ave. Summit, NJ 07901
396 Springfield Ave.USNew JerseySummit07901
Bathroom Remodeler, Kitchen Remodeler
Bathroom Remodeler
Kitchen Remodeler
Custom Home Builder
Today Closed
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 3:00 pmSunday Closed
Kitchen Expressions is a family owned & service driven company with a stellar reputation for design, quality and workmanship. We specialize in custom kitchens, baths and much more. Visit our kitchen s
Google+ URL
People
In their circles
35 people
Have them in circles
8 people
darrel weaver's profile photo
Sami Gonzalez's profile photo
Carrol J Banks's profile photo
Bita Star's profile photo
The Cooking Masters's profile photo
Emilie Cabourg's profile photo
Miguel Chaves's profile photo
Write a review
Review Summary
4 reviews
"The carpenter was very impressed by the quality of the cabinets and hardware."
3 reviewers
"Sol is everything that is bad with the stereotypical contractor."
"His workers showed up without tools and used mine."
Photos
Scrapbook photo 2
Scrapbook photo 3
Scrapbook photo 4
Scrapbook photo 5
Scrapbook photo 6
Upload public photo
Your Activity
All reviews
Jean Richkin
10 months ago
Steven Naphtali and his team of expert craftspeople designed and installed a spectacular kitchen in my New York City apartment. The design and layout of the cabinetry completely enhanced the look, feel and utility of my small kitchen - it is become the focal point of my apartment! His tradespeople were meticulous and extremely courteous and were very respectful when working in my home. They arrived as scheduled every day and worked hard to get my project completed on time. They strictly adhered to my buildings numerous rules and regulations and cleaned up at the end of each work day. All in all, I have nothing but compliments for Steven and Kitchen Expressions - he and his craftspeople truly work together as a team for the benefit of their Clients - I recommend them without any reservations!
• • •
Joshua Hassol
a year ago
When set out to renovate my kitchen, I knew it would be a challenge to create a beautiful, efficient workspace, because the room is fairly small. To get it right would require excellent design skills. Fortunately, my sister in law in NYC had worked with Steven Naphtali, the owner of Kitchen Expressions of Short Hills, and was very impressed. So I contacted Steven, and was surprised and happy to discover that he was willing to come all the way up to MA. From the start, Steven brought an incredible attention to detail to the project. For example, when taking the initial measurements of the room he used both a tape measure and a laser measuring device. This level of care extended right up to the placement of the in-ceiling lights, which Steven located to yield great illumination without creating glare off the cabinet fronts. This is the kind of microscopic attention to detail that you almost never see anymore, but which guarantees and exceptional end result. In the design phase, Steven had lots of great ideas, including an angled end cabinet and counter to create an easy walking path into the kitchen from the adjacent hallway, and a slightly recessed cabinet over the sink, to create a bit more space. He even figured out a way to rebuild an old broom closet and turn it into a very cool pull-out pantry that disappears into the wall! The result is a truly beautiful kitchen that functions well, and feels efficient, not small. I had a local carpenter selected to install the cabinets, and Steven was happy to work with him. The carpenter was very impressed by the quality of the cabinets and hardware. This is top-quality stuff all the way. I really feel that Kitchen Expressions of Short Hills is "as good as it gets."
• • •
Dorothy Frank's profile photo
Dorothy Frank
a year ago
My experience with Kitchen Expressions was fantastic. I gave Steven Naphtali some complex functional requirements and a long wish list and I got the kitchen of my dreams! His attention to detail, responsiveness,and follow-through was impressive. And his contractor, Frank Appice and his crew, were phenomenal as well. Aside from a beautifully designed kitchen with really cool cabinets to enhance efficiency and space, it was done in time. They promised 4-5 weeks and my kitchen was basically done in 4 1/2 weeks. I cannot say enough good things about Kitchen Expressions, and neither can all the friends who've now seen my new kitchen.
• • •
Bob Treue's profile photo
Bob Treue
a year ago
This is a review from work in 2003. Using Kitchen Expressions was one of the 5 worst experiences of my life. They (Sol Kassorla, Steven Naphtali) promised to take care of everything for us. Sol is everything that is bad with the stereotypical contractor. Our costs just kept escalating. We had put a large portion of the money down and then Sol Kassorla (the builder/contractor) tells us that it will be thousands more for an architectural drawing for town hall as needed for a permit. He was your standard contractor sleazeball. His workers showed up without tools and used mine. The new kitchen floor did not match the adjoining kitchen floor. After months and months of delays and problems, they finally were able to do some work on a major US holiday when my family was visiting. Their holiday construction ruined everything, but they were so bad that we figured if we didn't let them work at that point, they would never come back. In their defense, some of the frustration/delay was due to corruption by local permit officials and in the end the woodwork from Rutt looked beautiful, but it just wasn't worth suffering through months of dealing with Kitchen Expressions. I wouldn't wish that on anyone.
• • •