Our Milton Kitchen project proves that staying within your existing floorplan can be anything but boring.
This busy family with two grade school boys wanted to reimagine their existing footprint with a refreshed kitchen area and bathroom. We had some magic up our sleeve when we found just enough space in an old pantry to convert it into a mudroom. Because New England, right?
Our Rowe Street home showed us just how rewarding working with vintage pieces can be. The fabulous owners had some eclectic pieces in their collection and we kept the vibe going. By breathing new life into old favorites, we were able to create a comfortable family home with modern touches.
The bathroom was the only place where everything was gutted and new, but we continued the vintage feel and kept it accessible for the couple’s teenage son. The one thing we can’t get enough of? A spare bedroom turned fabulous dressing room.
Our South End project is an example of custom millwork for the win. This sweet couple was welcoming their first child and wanted a space that felt complete to bring baby home. Knowing they were planning to move shortly after her arrival, we made smart, approachable choices to still make it feel like home to them.
We designed and built custom millwork along the wall by the television, gut two bathrooms, and gave the kitchen a major facelift.
The best part of this project was finding extra space within the existing footprint — we created an office nook underneath stairs, made big moves in the bathroom to increase storage and included a full wall of drawers where the TV is built in. Found space is always a win, win in my book.
When our client purchased her grandmother’s historic apartment in Dorchester, we knew there was going to be some sentimental items to feature and showcase.
Because she wanted a space to entertain and enjoy on her own, we added a window seat and custom millwork under the television.
Thoughtful details like artwork and a custom poured resin top to the millwork by her sister, renowned artist, Cristina Reverdy, add to the charm of the space. We’re certain her grandma’s Irish eyes are smiling on this space.
Eco-friendly empty nesters wanted to bring more natural light into their historic Jamaica Plain condo. Working with Community Builders Cooperative, we completely gutted the kitchen, reorganizing the main space to make room for more storage and light to filter in.
Our team designed and custom crafted the natural cherry breakfront and used an eco-friendly quartzite (not quartz) for the countertops.
We found space to create a laundry room from a closet (and added salvaged wood shelves to boot!), added pocket doors to go into the living room as a nod to its historic charm and sourced vintage details like push plates on the laundry room door.
This family of five wanted to turn an underutilized existing screened-in porch in their historic tudor home into a space the entire family could enjoy.
We unearthed and refurbished the existing brick floors, added some built-in seating and furnished the space to make sure everyone in the family has a spot to play games, read books or just relax…especially mom - that single chair is just calling for some much-needed alone time.
The couple’s Moroccan roots led to some incredible finishes like the traditional Moroccan pendant lights that create a dazzling show at night. Featured in the Boston Globe.
Featured in both New England Home and The Boston Globe, this big girl bedroom was a room for a little girl to grow into.
Our goal was simple: Elephants, vintage dolls and dress-up. (Three year olds can be very specific, but we were up to the challenge. Luckily, all mom asked for was more storage and a home for everything to keep things tidy!)
We added pull out drawers under the day bed for maximized storage, used an accent wall for some visual interest, sourced a floor length mirror that housed dress up clothes in the back to keep the visual peace, and custom built a wall shelf to showcase mom’s vintage dolls. Plus that little table and chairs is the perfect spot for some pretty serious tea parties, elephants invited.
A few stylish additions to the master bedroom across the hall added a touch of vintage modern to keep the parents’ space feeling more their own as well.