May 3rd, 2017 | Kitchens
Planning a kitchen renovation in the Boston area? Here are five Boston kitchen designs that will get you inspired. (Plus, click the link below each photo to see a full tour of the project).
This modern space was designed for a more traditional home in Waban. The dated, poorly planned existing space was completely overhauled with LEICHT cabinetry, thoughtful organization, and top-of-the-line German appliances.
This narrow space in a historic Beacon Hill brownstone has a transitional feel to it. Quartz cabinets and a white color scheme feel of-the-moment, while crown molding and raised-front cabinet panels pay homage to the home’s traditional roots.
If you love traditional design, you’ll fall for the next space. This bright Foxborough kitchen is rife with classic detail, from the X-front glass cabinetry, to the farmhouse-sink, traditional style hardware, and a pot-filler over the stove.
This is one of the most unique designs we’ve done. It’s an industrial style kitchen designed in an old garage in a home in Somerville. The space features rough-hewn touched like a concrete floor and visible steel beams and ductwork, paired with sleek contemporary elements like flat-front high gloss cabinetry.
This suburban kitchen was designed with family life in mind, from the message board command center, to the built-in dog bowls beneath the cabinetry and the abundance of storage space.
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