Planning a new kitchen can be exciting and overwhelming.It’s important to choose the right partner.
“Other kitchen designers we talked to … seemed to see it as a more generalized design challenge … not about how we used the space and what we wanted. We wanted something appropriate to the house—simple and functional—and the great part of Kitchen Art’s contribution was that we also got a beautiful, light space, where we used to
have dark and crowded.”
-A Groton couple
“It’s an old house so there’s always something, but these guys never got ruffled, they
just figured it out! This was the most pleasant kind of home renovating project I could ever have imagined.”
Whether you’re looking for the perfect bathroom fixture, designing a beautiful, functional kitchen or remodeling an older home,Kitchen Art can make your project successful and fun!
“With all the care, professionalism associated with any sort of home renovation, both Dan and Sandy were attentive to our needs and concerns. They worked within our tight budget to give our family the same attention a million dollar renovation would receive but at a fraction of the cost.”
Studio Hours Monday - Friday: 9:00am to 4:00pm
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100% of our cabinets are made in the USA
Jan 24, 2013
Best of Houzz 2013!
Kitchen Art of New England has been awarded “Best Of Houzz” 2013 by Houzz, the leading online platform for residential remodeling and design. The local kitchen and bath remodeling/design firm was chosen by the more than 11 million monthly users that comprise the Houzz community.
The Houzz “Best Of Houzz” award for 2013 is given in two categories: Customer Satisfaction and Design. Customer Satisfaction award winners are based on homeowner members who rated their experience working with remodeling professionals in 12 categories ranging from architects, and interior designers to contractors and other residentialremodeling professionals. Design award winners’ work was the most popular among the community of 11 million monthly users.
“Houzz provides homeowners with an in-depth, 360-degree view of building, remodeling and design professionals through images of their work, reviews and an opportunity to interact with them directly in the Houzz community,” said Liza Hausman, vice president of community. “We’re delighted to recognizeKitchen Art among our “Best Of” professionals for exceptional customer service as judged by our community of homeowners and design enthusiasts who are actively remodeling and decorating their homes.”
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Sep 18, 2012
Creating with Custom Colors
Working with Plain & Fancy enables you to create your cabinetry with any color your heart desires. We have color matched a wide variety of items including a shingle, denim jeans, a coffee cup and the underside of a wild mushroom.
To see some more high quality photos of this redesign, please visit our facebook page by clicking here
Also while you are there dont forget to like our page! We are constantly updating with new kitchen photos. Hope to hear from you soon!
Jul 13, 2012
Meeting Your Needs With Ease
The course of life isn't always smooth, but Kitchen Art can help you soften the strain of the rough patches. Case in point: the Breed family.
Jane and Steve Breed were beset with challenges when Steve suffered a stroke in 2007. In order to best ease their transition into the lifestyle this commanded, a new handicap accessible bathroom was required. This is where Kitchen Art of New England came in.
"They were very responsive to design stuff that was going to meet his needs," said Jane about Kitchen Art's planning. "Everyone who comes in my house is like, 'wow'. Steve and I are both very happy with it. It's much more convenient."
Unfortunately, we can't predict life's pitfalls. What we can do, however, is work within your budget to create a functional, beautiful space that helps you live well.
Jun 18, 2012
Catering to the Individual
Older homes have such character. Like people, each has a story, and each story requires careful attention. We believe that in order to bring out the best in each home, we must investigate and consider the wishes of its owners and bring them to harmony with the house's original structure and design.
Such was the case with one Groton couple, who kindly said that "other kitchen designers we talked to ... seemed to see it as a more generalized design challenge, and talked about what they'd do, how to convert our space into something grand ... not about how we used the space and what we wanted. This isn't a grand space and imposing that kind of vision on this small country Victorian was not what we wanted. We wanted something appropriate to the house--simple and functional--and the great part of Kitchen Art's contribution was that we also got a beautiful, light space, where we used to have dark and crowded."
We know kitchens. Our goal in each new project is to get to know you: your cooking habits, your style wishes, your functional goals. Our work reflects not only our desire to give you a beautiful, timeless, and stylish home, but also one that works perfectly just for you.
May 9, 2012
Small Change Budget, Big Change Kitchen
Helen Kane-O'Connor was cooking from a dark place, literally. For 20 years, she dreamed of creating a sparkling, light, and inviting kitchen without changing the footprint of her unique older home. She hesitated for two reasons: a limited budget and a wariness of hiring strangers for such an important job.
We met in her kitchen the day after she called and were able to put her fears to bed. Ideas were put in place to paint the cabinets for a cabinet facelift, install granite counters, and to add a beautiful hand cut tile backsplash and crystal hardware. This all came in under budget and we were even able to add new recessed and under cabinet lighting as well as wainscoting panels on the walls. Meanwhile, we found creative uses of the existing layout that both maximized the space and enhanced the aura of the home as a whole.
Today, Helen delights in the kitchen of her dreams and we're flattered to hear her pleasure in the project. "This job was not too small for them," she said. "They've got huge projects, trophy kitchens, but they made me feel like my job was just as important. Now I have my trophy kitchen."
Historic Groton Home(Aug 31, 2012) This project was a kitchen redesign of a historic home in Groton Massachusetts. The house was originally built in 1740. Here are a couple animated before and after photos from the job!READ MORE