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Create Space with a Floating Vanity!

19 Feb






Say goodbye to the staunchly utilitarian bathroom vanity. The old models of the past are moving out and making room for the super modern bathroom vanities of today.
Floating vanities are a great way to open up your bathroom without taking out any walls. The simple act of raising your vanity off the floor makes the space look bigger. Suddenly the flooring seems to stretch on forever.
There are endless possibilities of shapes, sizes and materials. Opt for small and decorative, or pick something with a bit more heft so you’ll have plenty of storage room.
With their sleek, contemporary design and cool simplicity, they’re sure to stand the test of time.!/pages/Rosario-Cabinets-Inc/112705258755947


From our family to yours….

21 Nov


Rosario Cabinets has a economical “Made in America” cabinet solution for you!

22 Aug

At Rosario Cabinets we provide an economical cabinet solution while providing the “high-quality” of American Made Product, this distinguishes us from the imported product of our competitors.
Whether you are a Homeowner, Designer, Builder or Multi Family Developer let our design team work with you to create a “High-quality” cabinet at a price that fits your budget.

Cleaning you new Kitchen Cabinets

10 Aug

Clients often ask how to take care of their new cabinetry, good question. Kitchen cabinet cleaning doesn’t have to be an exhausting chore. Unfortunately, between dust, pet hair and grease, it’s something we all have to do. Following these simple tips will have your cabinets clean in no time flat!

Inside the Cabinets- To clean the inside of your cabinets, empty them out and put your belongings somewhere safe; you don’t want broken dishes! Use a solution of bleach/water or mix a half of a cup of Borax with hot water. Dust out the shelves with a dry cloth and then wipe them off with a damp cloth using either bleach/water or Borax. Scrub any stubborn stains with a toothbrush or scouring pad.

 Outside the Cabinets-To clean the outside of your cabinets, use a dish detergent like Dawn mixed with hot water. The dish soap will cut through any grease clinging to your cabinet doors. The detergent will also be gentle enough to your cabinets’ finish. Wipe the cabinets down with a clean, dry cloth to finish the job.

DO NOT use abrasive cleansers or pads on exterior cabinet surfaces, they can cause scratches that may be irreparable!

Take a few hours every six months or so to give your cabinets a good cleaning, inside and out. Doing so will not only give you clean cabinets but will keep pests at bay. It’s an easy job to do if you arm yourself with the right tools!

GO GREEN! (4) Eco-friendly ideas for you Kitchen remodel

8 Aug

Increase the resale value of your home and do your part for the planet by incorporating one or more of these green innovations into your kitchen remodel.

Lighten Up!

Equipped with electricity-guzzling appliances, the kitchen uses more energy than any other room in the house. Lighten the load by replacing old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs with new, energy efficient compact fluorescent or LED lamps. Install freestanding fixtures above the sink and stovetop to effectively light those surfaces. Use dimmer switches and mount under-cabinet lights to illuminate work areas without relying on overheads. To brighten the kitchen without extra expense, eliminate heavy curtains, blinds and shutters. If you’re doing a complete kitchen remodel, consider cutting a skylight or adding a greenhouse window to flood your daytime kitchen with free, natural light.

 Do Bamboo!

Bamboo is a grass, and just like your front lawn, it keeps on growing after it’s been cut. This naturally renewing material is an environmentally friendly alternative to hardwood for flooring, kitchen cabinets and countertops. When properly treated, bamboo is as strong as oak or maple, and it has a unique appearance that adds flair to modern kitchens. Ready-to-assemble bamboo kitchen cabinets are striking, strong, sturdy and can be installed by homeowners without extra expense. Don’t waste gas driving around to home improvement emporiums and cabinet showrooms. Shop online instead and reduce your carbon footprint even more.

 The Bin Is In!

While you’re planning your new kitchen cabinet layout, make room for built-in recycling bins. The kitchen is more than a place to cook and eat. It’s also the room that produces the most household waste. Research has shown that people are more likely to recycle when it’s convenient and easy to do. Adding color-coded pullout drawers or boxes for paper, plastic, metal and glass makes it simple to separate and store your recycling until pick-up day. Contemporary kitchen designers recommend a kitchen built for multitasking. For best results, include a recycling center that is integrated into the work triangle of cutting board or island, stove and sink.

 Oh, Sunny Day!

Even if you don’t have the budget, the power usage or the inclination to convert your entire home to solar power, hot water heating may be an option. Solar water heating is one of the most efficient and cost-effective ways to utilize solar power in the average home. Unlike solar panels that must be connected to a regional grid, a single solar water heater is small and easy to maintain. The collector can be housed anywhere, not just on the rooftop, and it provides heated water only for household use. In smaller homes, a single solar water heater can provide a kitchen, bath and laundry room with plentiful hot water on demand.

Hello world!

13 Feb

ROSARIO CABINETS established in 1979 in Dedham, Massachusetts.  Initially, our work was for home owners who wanted to bring more order to their lives with design systems that matched their taste, functional needs while maintaining the character of their homes. Our creations made spaces immensely more livable and enjoyable but they also added significant value to homes.

Through strong positive word of mouth, prominent architects, designers, developers and decorators were calling on Rosario and his craftsmen to bring their designs to life. In many cases, Rosario’s extensive knowledge of construction techniques, the latest materials, hardware, appliances and his understanding of lifestyle needs enabled him to reshape, refine and add more value to architectural plans and designs.

Now, with over 30 years experience, we have completed over 1,000 custom designs for homes, condominiums and offices throughout New England. From New York, down to Florida, every one of our creations matches the unique needs of people’s lives.


49 Lower East St Dedham, MA 02026  781-329-0639

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