Kitchens: The Heart of Every Home

A kitchen is more than just a place where our families are fed. It is the gathering place of our life’s story. A place where guests are welcomed, families are nourished and lifelong memories are created. Your kitchen is the hardest working room in the home. Doesn’t it deserve the love and attention to detail that will make it shine?

Not sure of your design preference?

As a design build company we can walk you through your options and then bring your choices to life using a single point of contact to manage the project through to completion. Need more ideas? Take a gander at the gallery or scroll below to view before and after photos from specific JM Construction Co. projects.

Before and After Pictures 

A Wellesley Kitchen Gets a 21st Century Upgrade

These Wellesley homeowners selected a European design for their new kitchen – one with austere lines that embraces the warmth of natural wood, natural stone, and natural light.

Before

They Wanted:

their new kitchen to be open, bright and airy.

After

To Achieve This

there are no wall cabinets and the refrigerator is hidden behind a large panel that matches the cabinetry.

Before

The Old Kitchen

After

New Kitchen Elements

Cabinetry – Hagit Belfer designed cabinets
Island – Black Belvedere polished granite with deep golden veins that spill over the side with a waterfall edge.
Perimeter – Carrara White Marble
FlooringWhite oak with hydronic radiant floor heating

To learn more about this project, read our article, A Turn-of-the-Century Kitchen Gets a 21st Century Upgrade.

A Kitchen Designed to Bring Family Together

These homeowners reconfigured their kitchen to fit their young family better by replacing room-dividing hanging cabinets with an expansive island that instead, brings everyone together.

Before

They Wanted

to brighten up their dark kitchen. 

After

They Achieved This

with larger windows, light gray cabinetry and bright white glossy quartz counters.

This kitchen’s most notable highlight is its striking zebra herringbone backsplash which draws all eyes to it – a beautiful accent to this farmhouse modern kitchen.

Before

The Old Kitchen

After

New Kitchen Elements

Cabinetry – Brookhaven
Backsplash – Birch white glossy subway, zebra herringbone
Counters – Quartz, spyder

Their vision called for reconfiguring the space – the existing 3 season porch became the new mudroom and eating area.

Before

The Old 3 Season Porch

After

New Space

Mudroom with custom built-ins. A reclaimed barn door divides the space into the breakfast nook.

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