New England’s largest and most complete kitchen and bath showroom. Kitchen Associates has been turning kitchen dreams into reality since 1958.
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.
Kitchen Associates has won “Best Of Customer Service” on Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design.
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.”