This couple loves their long-time home and convenient Natick location. What they didn’t love was the dated kitchen and fireplace area, which was part of a previous add-on to the home. They wanted to update the cabinets, add some seating and somehow avoid or incorporate the 8” step down into the fireplace add-on room.
Kitchen Associates has designed and installed thousands of custom kitchens over the years. In most cases, it is the last kitchen our client will ever want or need. Occasionally though, we have clients return to us when building a new house or simply wanting to remodel again.
They walked into our showroom and fell in love! No, this is not a line from a romance novel, but it tells the story of how many people feel when they see the front signature display here at Kitchen Associates.
This rustic post and beam home sits on a sizeable lot in the quaint New England town of Sutton, MA. The homeowner has become an “empty nester” and lives with a loveable dog and a few felines. The family has always lived on the same road and the area is certainly where her roots run deep.
The goals of this kitchen remodel were to remove the builder-grade cabinets that came with the house and replace them with high quality WoodMode “ribbon mahogany” cabinetry. Doing so would increase the functionality of the kitchen, as well as the value of the home.
This kitchen in Hudson, MA has been in the husband’s family for over 50 years. Although they loved the family home, it was in need of some upgrades, especially the kitchen. The space in the kitchen was too tight and had a round table in the center, which was really in the way. The kitchen lacked flow into the dining room and there was not enough space for entertaining or storage.
We worked together to create an open floor plan. With high ceilings, the homeowners wanted just a sprinkling of wall cabinets to keep an open and airy feel. A “prep” sink was added to the island for “two cook use.”
These homeowners in Billerica, MA love the home that they live in, but wanted a better flow between the family room addition and the dining room. They were willing to give up having a table in the kitchen in order to open up the dining room entry to marry it into the space.
When it was time for these Holden, MA empty-nesters to remodel their kitchen, one challenge to overcome was the small narrow space. They also had some wasted space in one of those typical dining rooms that no one ever used.
This client had just moved up from Texas to Whitinsville, MA. They knew that one of the first things to do after purchasing their new home was to remodel the kitchen. Even though the existing cabinets were not that old, the overall feeling in the kitchen was just way too dark.
These homeowners in Rutland, MA have a beautiful home in a well maintained neighborhood. However their existing kitchen was very "closed off" and had a wall separating it from a spacious mudroom which had a door leading to the pool.
This old historic building in Belmont, MA was converted into beautiful luxury condos. While the high 10.5 foot ceilings are a great feature of the space, they also created a design challenge in the kitchen.
Several years ago, this Worcester couple purchased a house that had, in it's day, a beautiful state-of-the-art custom kitchen. As times changed, they recently decided that it needed to be updated to make it brighter and more efficient.
Our clients in Sturbridge, MA had a common problem that many homeowners face today - small kitchen, small dining room. With the help of Houzz.com and other websites, they came up with the idea of taking down a wall to enlarge the space, as well as adding a comfortable seating area and table.
These Holden, MA residents bought a secluded farmhouse that needed a lot of work. With the help of their contractor, Mark Wilde of Rutland and Kitchen Associates of Sterling, they did a beautiful job of transforming the house. They now have a comfortable and efficient home for entertaining family and friends.
Whether you’re doing a minor remodel or a major renovation, the thought of being without your kitchen for four to six weeks may seem daunting. The process can be hectic, crazy and downright frustrating. Eating out can get old very quickly, not to mention costly. And washing dishes in a bathroom sink is anything but convenient.
You've imagined, planned, and waited for your new dream kitchen to become a reality. Now the day has arrived. Your new cabinets are here! But how would you feel if the truck delivering your new investment was a rusty heap of junk? Maybe the suspension is completely shot, will the bounces and vibrations cause harm to your cabinets? What about that oil stain the truck left on your driveway?
“The times they are a changin'", sang Bob Dylan 50 years ago. He was talking about social change but in the case of Kitchen Associates, the times are a changing when it comes to our kitchen showroom displays.
These homeowners in Lancaster, MA lead an active lifestyle and enjoy spending lots of time with friends and family in and out of their beautiful swimming pool in the backyard. They were in desperate need of a new kitchen that would help them better entertain all of their friends and family.
The owner of this beautiful house in Weston, MA used to live here when she was a child. Years later, she and her husband were able to purchase it and live here once again. After doing some major renovations to the entire house, she is now happy to be raising her family in the very home she grew up in.
There’s nothing quite as charming as an old country farmhouse. We take you now to the town of Thirsk, located in the beautiful North Yorkshire region of England. This is where veterinary surgeon James Alfred Wight lived, worked, and wrote under the pseudonym of James Herriot.