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.
These homeowners dreamed of buying a vintage Victorian house in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, MA. However, like most older homes, the existing kitchen was small and very inefficient.
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.
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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.