Revisiting the Whole House

Revisiting the Whole House

Revisiting the Whole House In January, we shared a few of our upcoming 2021 projects and dove deeper into some of our most exciting projects yet. As we head into the final months of the year, we’d like to share the latest updates of the Ipswich River Whole...
Detailing the Collar Tie Kitchen Refresh

Detailing the Collar Tie Kitchen Refresh

Detailing the Collar Tie Kitchen Refresh Considered a “bread and butter” project, the Collar Tie Kitchen Refresh transformed the homeowner’s cold and dark kitchen into a warm and bright heart of the home – all while staying within the existing square footage and...
Introducing the Industrial History Center

Introducing the Industrial History Center

Introducing the Industrial History Center After twelve months, an eight-week break due to COVID-19, and a lot of hard work and effort, the Industrial History Center, a gallery and event space for the Amesbury Carriage Museum, is officially complete. As of Thursday,...
2021: The Year of the Whole House Remodel

2021: The Year of the Whole House Remodel

2021: The Year of the Whole House Remodel This year, we have a number of exciting projects ranging from whole house remodels to exterior additions, with a majority of our projects being within the Greater Newburyport Area – however, this year our team is...
Detailing the New England Colonial Refresh

Detailing the New England Colonial Refresh

Detailing the New England Colonial Refresh Rather than a whole-house remodel, we focused on transforming high-traffic areas of the Colonial – including the kitchen, powder room, guest bathroom, master bathroom, and entry foyer – all maintaining their original...
Industrial History Center: The Past and Present

Industrial History Center: The Past and Present

Industrial History Center: The Past and Present Nestled in the heart of downtown Amesbury, the Industrial History Center, also known as Mill #2, has undergone a variety of changes throughout its nearly 200-year history. Credited as the oldest textile building within...