New England’s largest and most complete kitchen and bath showroom. Kitchen Associates has been turning kitchen dreams into reality since 1958.
Yes, we know everyone wants a white or off-white kitchen these days. There are many beautiful white kitchens all over and they are stunning to say the least. However, this family from Shrewsbury, MA had a white kitchen in their mid-1990 home, but they wanted something different, something richer looking.
When these Bolton, MA homeowners first arrived in our showroom, they were sure of one thing; Kitchen Associates was the obvious choice to help them update their outdated kitchen of thirty years. After meeting with our design team and many hours of homework, they came back with a very structured “want” list to improve both the form and function in their kitchen. We were up for the challenge of making their long list of ideas a reality.
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.
These Worcester, MA homeowners have a growing extended family. When the grandchildren and other family members were around for a visit, being all together was difficult due to the closed floorpan.
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.