Q.  What types of cabinets do you offer?

A.  Interior Passions is proud to carry DuraSupreme, Kabinart, Fabuwood and RiverRun Cabinetry.  To  learn more about these manufacturers and the colors and styles they offer, click here.

Q. Do you offer cabinetry for both kitchens and baths?

A.  Yes, we offer cabinetry needs for kitchen and baths.  We can also work with other projects including offices, recreation rooms and other spaces.

Q. How do I get started?

A. The best way to get started is to call us at (856) 228-8989 or stop by our showroom at 5100 Route 42, Suite 1 in Turnersville, NJ.  We are open Monday through Friday, 10 am to 5 pm.

Q. What types of countertops do you offer?

A. We offer many different types of countertops including granite, quartz, butcher block and recycled materials. To learn more about our selections, click here.  

Q. What types of hardware do you offer?

AOur hardware selection has something for every taste and style.  Visit our hardware page for more information.  

Q. What types of lighting do you offer?

A. From task lighting to recessed to LED lighting we can meet your preferred lighting needs for your kitchen or bath.  

Q. What types of sinks and faucets do you offer?

A.  We offer so many exciting options when it comes to your plumbing needs.  Visit our page to see the wide range of sinks and faucets available to you for your project.  

Q. Do you have options of a vanity?

A. We do offer vanities.  Visit our vanity page to see some of the manufacturers we carry.  

Q. Do you offer complete remodels and renovations?

A. Yes, we work with projects of all sizes.  From the do-it-yourself customer to those customers who want Interior Passions to handle complete project management.  If you are a homeowner, visit our homeowner page to learn more.  

Q. Do you work with contractors?

A. Yes, we love working with contractors.  We have wonderful partnership incentives to offer local contractors.  Visit our contractors page.  

Q. How do I care for my cabinets?

A. General: 

Keep cabinet surfaces dry. Quick temperature changes and excessive moisture can be harmful to the cabinet finish and overall cabinet stability.

Initial Cleaning after Installation:

To remove dust, use a soft, lint-free cotton cloth to wipe down all exterior and interior surfaces.

Basic Cleaning:

Use a soft, lint-free cotton cloth dampened with a mild detergent or soap, and warm water for best results, use a “blotting” action rather than a wiping motion when cleaning. Dry surfaces immediately with a soft, lint-free cotton cloth. Avoid using a dish cloth or sponge – harsh detergent residues may harm finishes. Avoid ammonia-based cleaners and soaps with dye.

Wipe Spills Promptly

Food spills and grease will come off more easily if they are removed promptly. Wipe up spills and water spots immediately with a lint-free cotton cloth so moisture is not absorbed into the cabinetry.

Check the areas around the sink and dishwasher to make sure that water and detergents do not dry on the cabinet surface. Do not leave printed materials (newspapers, magazines, etc.) on the cabinet surface. The printing ink can bleed into the cabinet finish.

Avoid Excessive Heat and Moisture

Avoid draping wet or damp dish towels over doors of the base cabinets. Do not attach towel racks to the interior of cabinet doors. Use trays under potted plants to catch excess water. avoid placing small kitchen appliances where the heat or steam is directed onto cabinet surfaces. Always protect wood surfaces by using hot pads under hot items.

Avoid Abrasives

Never use scouring pads, steel wool, wire brushes or powdered cleaners. Do not allow oven cleaner to touch any part of the cabinet. avoid sliding objects across the cabinet surface. Be careful with knives and other sharp objects that can damage the cabinet surface.

When in doubt of a cleaner’s suitability, don’t use it. Harsh cleaners and detergents may scratch and penetrate the surface, allowing food or moisture to enter and cause deterioration of the finish. Never leave a cloth moistened with cleaners on a cabinet surface for any length of time.

Care and Cleaning of Glass Door Inserts

Use a household glass cleaner with a soft, clean cloth. Apply the glass cleaner directly to a cloth rather than the glass or mirror. Avoid excess glass cleaner running into cabinet joints. Ammonia should never be used full strength.