Abijah Comstock House

New Canaan, Connecticut

This historic Connecticut farmhouse was built in 1750 by Abijah Comstock, and sits on a beautiful site with rolling hills and beautiful gardens.

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1920s Danvers Four Square

Danvers, Massachusetts

This kitchen went in a lovingly restored four square in Danvers Massachusetts. The owners had lived there twenty years and had painstakingly brought every detail and the kitchen was the last thing to be done.

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18th Century Portsmouth Home

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

This home in the historical section of Portsmouth New Hampshire is a post and beam built in the Seventeen hundreds. The cabinets used to compliment the architecture are Kennebec hand planed pine Georgian cabinets in a rich red enamel finish.

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Restored Post and Beam

New Hampshire

This kitchen went into a home in New Hampshire that had been constructed from 2 ancient post and beam structures on this beautiful pastoral site with a view of the western mountains

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Meadowsweet

Casco Bay, Maine

This was project was an addition to a beautiful old New England Farmhouse called Meadowsweet, that I worked on in conjunction Morse and Doak Builders, Anne Whitney Architect, and Kennebec Company cabinetmakers.

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A Victorian Kitchen Makeover

Winchester, Massachusetts

After spending years restoring this beautiful 1890’s victorian, the owners transformed the 1970’s kitchen into a welcoming, period-inspired space. This kitchen was featured in the 2014 issue of New Old House.

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Richard Holman House

Marblehead, Massachusetts

This is the Eighteenth Century Richard Homan house in the center of Marblehead Massachusetts. It was painstakingly and lovingly restored by Jim and Janet Laverdiere.

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Italianate Restoration

Brunswick, Maine

This is a kitchen we designed for a beautiful 1885 Italianate in Brunswick, Maine. They had several lovely period pieces that they wanted to include in the kitchen, including an incredible old stained glass panel that we incorporated above the sink shelves.

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Kennebec River Farmhouse

Phippsburg, Maine

This saltwater farm is nestled on the shore of the beautiful Kennebec River. The owners have restored this lovely white clapboard home themselves with meticulous attention to detail. They chose Kennebec handcrafted, hand-planed antique pine cabinetry for the kitchen.

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Beacon Hill Townhouse

Boston, Massachusetts

This was a project that I did in Louisburg Square in Boston’s Beacon Hill. We designed the cabinetry for the entire house, five floors. This was one of the most beautiful homes, and comprehensive designs that I have done.

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Large Family Kitchen

Concord, Massachussets

This kitchen is in a beautiful turn of the century home on the shore of the Concord River in Massachusetts. The large family kitchen has cabinets painted in a soft white with polished nickel hardware and latches.

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Maine Saltwater Farm

Brunswick, Maine

This project is in an addition to an Eighteenth century home designed by Anne Whitney of Portsmouth and built by Morse and Doak builders. The addition blends so seamlessly with the original structure that is virtually impossible to tell where the old ends and the new begins

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Berkshire Mountain Home

Williamstown, Massachusetts

We designed this kitchen for clients in Williamstown, Mass.  The Kennebec cabinetry is all handcrafted cherry, and blends beautifully with the natural wood floors and exposed brick.  We are currently designing a full pantry to go in the empty room that you can see just beyond the brick wall.

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A John Calvin Stevens Home

Portland, Maine

This is a kitchen that we designed for a beautiful John Calvin Stevens home in Portland’s west end. The cabinetry, millwork, and built-in banquette are designed to blend with all the old millwork, which still remains throughout the home.

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Small Kitchen Renovation

Portland, Maine

This was a small project that we designed for a special client in Portland. They have a charming early twentieth century bungalow, and wanted to keep the kitchen simple in keeping with the understated architectural detail.

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