New Website and First Kitchen Associates Blog!

Welcome and thanks for visiting our new website! Since 1972, Kitchen Associates has been designing beautiful Kitchens that are tailored to your individual needs and style. We hope that with the launch of our new website, we can bring useful information to you that will help make your decision to work with Kitchen Associates an easy one for your next project.

As you look around the website, we have various useful features. Starting with our blog page, the goal is to keep you updated. As we keep pace with the ever changing design world, we will provide new and exciting information that you may find useful, such as new products, styles, colors, trends. Let our professional kitchen designers help take your ideas and incorporate them into your dream kitchen. The ideas are endless. We encourage you to take advantage of the RSS feature so you’ll always be updated when a new blog is posted.

We’re also happy to introduce our design portfolio and make it available to you online in our gallery. It contains real photos of kitchens designed and installed by us. We feel it’s important that you see first hand what you can expect from a Kitchen Associates kitchen versus a gallery of factory posted kitchen pictures. As the days and months progress, the gallery page will only get larger as we add more exciting photo’s of our kitchens.

Take a look at the job location. You’ll see that we install all over New England, from Boston to the Berkshires, even down east to the Maine coast. After over 50 years in the kitchen business, we’ve covered just about any town you can think of!

You may ask, “Why use Kitchen Associates?” Visit our showroom and talk with one of our designers and you will know why some travel great distances to see our showroom and shop!  


We will also be utilizing social networking sites such as Facebook, an interactive way to communicate. There will be plenty of projects posted that show how a kitchen installation happens. Shop photos of different projects will be posted, such as cool one-of-a-kind cabinets, to seeing how a Corian solid surface top is made. Feel free to join the discussions, ask questions! Share your thoughts! We can’t wait share what we know!

We hope the website will be a place you go to learn. We love to help. That's why we're so excited about our new website and we hope you are as well.