The October nor’easter couldn’t deter hearty New Englanders from attending our recent kitchen tour event in Sherborn. A little weather was not going to keep our guests from enjoying the
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It is every bibliophile’s dream to have their own custom home library. If you were ever left awed by that iconic scene in Beauty and
When you hear the phrase “energy conservation,” you probably think about saving money. And there’s no doubt that investments in solar, for example, drastically reduce
When it comes to your shower remodel, don’t forget the wet lighting! So what is “wet lighting?” It’s waterproof lighting, also known as niche lighting,
The design, look, and feel of the bathrooms in our homes have a greater impact on how we feel than many people realize! That’s because these are the spaces where we begin and end every day. A beautiful, clean, and comfortable bathroom can make a positive difference in your routine.
Basements are often a missed opportunity. They’re one of the largest spaces in a home, yet they’re often relegated to one or two purposes. Take, for example, this 1922 Wellesley colonial’s formerly unfinished basement. Our client wanted to transform this space – which was then used as a typical storage and utilities area – into its own multifunctional apartment.
Jennifer is our Design Manager with over 15 years of experience in custom interior design. Her job at JM Construction is to work one-on-one with our clients to design spaces that feel richly personalized and turn their ideas into visual references for the rest of the team.
Aging is a part of life. And even though they feel like playful children that never grow up, the same goes for our pets. Often this means changing your cat or dog’s diet, adding medication to their regimen, and helping them navigate the home as their mobility decreases. While it’s never fun to see a pet trade its active lifestyle for a more relaxed routine, there are several steps you can take to keep your senior pet happy, healthy, and safe in their later years.
Home renovations take time and dedication from both the design/build firm and the homeowner. Contractors will be in your home, using loud equipment, and frequently checking in with you. Rather than reliving the entire experience, you can save time and additional headaches by having your home reno contractor take care of some persistent issues while they’re already working on your home.
Tim Fitzgerald is our Project Consultant. He is the first face our clients see when discussing a kitchen, bath, or addition. His goal throughout the design/build process is to ensure that the renovation solves their problems and helps them live better in their homes.
When planning a bathroom remodel, many homeowners opt to install luxury showers. These often spacious and attractive showers can help to upgrade a dated bathroom
When selecting our five core values, dedication rose to the top of the list.
It describes how we approach our clients, projects, and craft. It accurately describes how we approach our work; we are dedicated to providing exceptional service by being masters in our field.
Choosing to renovate your kitchen is a significant undertaking, and there’s a lot to consider. This is a space in your home that sees activity day and night. You cook, entertain, connect, and do life in your kitchen, and you want it to function in the best ways it can. If you’ve seen before and after kitchens that inspire you, where do you begin planning the changes for your own kitchen?
Do you want to add more functionality, storage, and seating space to your kitchen? A custom kitchen island might be just what you need to transform your space. Whether you’re renovating your entire kitchen or just want to add something extra to an open floor plan, islands have so much to offer. When it comes to selecting the right custom built kitchen island for your home, there are many facets to consider.
Remember the winter of 2014-2015, when roof rake sales went through…well, the roof? It was a chilly reminder of the damage ice dams can cause
While attending a Women in Remodeling forum, Operations Manager Wendy Ballou was challenged to think more broadly about how women and other “outsiders” in the