Project Spotlight: All New Kitchen and Baths, Weymouth

This Weymouth homeowner came to us after living for many years in her house.   The kids had moved out and it was time to get the kitchen and bathrooms she always wanted.  Almar helped guide her through the design, selections, and remodeling of 2 full bathrooms and a kitchen.  We started with the bathroom remodels.  Since we were remodeling both bathrooms in the house, … [Read more...]

How do I Choose the Right Cabinets?

Kitchen Remodel, Milton Ma Beth Bourque Designs Have you been cooking a lot more the last few week? I know that we have been cooking more in our house! With limited options for eating out and being home more we have seen a lot more cooking and gardening shows, videos and instructions popping up. Does spending more time working in your kitchen have you thinking that you need to make some … [Read more...]

Project Spotlight: Kitchen Remodel, Hanover Ma

 This past client had remodeled their kitchen in the early 2000s (with another company).   After their family continued to grow and get older their existing design and layout was starting to stress their family needs.   With the kids getting older and the family spending more time in the kitchen, they felt they needed a new design to accommodate their new needs and … [Read more...]

Project Spotlight: Milton Kitchen Addition

This Kitchen Addition in Milton was a great project for a family that was looking to have a more functional and inviting kitchen.   The kitchen in their front entrance colonial house was tiny and tough for making a nightly family meal.   With the help of Beth Borque Design Studios, Almar was able to transform the existing kitchen into a ½ bathroom by building a small … [Read more...]

Milton 1st Floor Remodel:

Sometimes our favorite projects are the kind where our past clients come back to us.  It makes us feel great here at Almar that our clients trust and believe in us enough to trust us with their house twice.  This was the case for our recent Milton Kitchen and 1st floor remodel.   Two years ago, we helped these homeowners with their newly purchased house to remodel the … [Read more...]

5 Styles of Sinks to Fit your Home’s Esthetic

There are several styles and mounting methods of sinks to choose from when planning your bathroom or kitchen remodel. When most people think of a sink, they probably think of the traditional drop-in style. However, there are 4 other styles that I would like to share with you that may enhance your kitchen or bathroom. Sinks can add a certain esthetic to a room and that may be important to focus on … [Read more...]

Scituate: Efficient Kitchen Storage

by: Melissa Boynton With more baby boomers downsizing their empty nests, the need for space efficient storage is all the more crucial. Kitchen storage solutions can be the trickiest of all rooms in the home.  Especially if you are one of those chefs that has a gadget for every need - graters, zesters, spices from every part of the world.  The building industry as well as the DIY … [Read more...]

Norwell: In-Cabinet Vacuum

by: Jamie Madden In My kitchen we are constantly sweeping, bending down with the dust pan and cleaning it up. I probably sweep our kitchen and eating area at least twice a day. So when we recently found a gadget that could be installed in the kitchen I was intrigued. The Sweepovac is similar to a toe-kick heat that we install in the bottom of a cabinet. You can sweep the dirt up to it and … [Read more...]

Planning a Kitchen Renovation: Part 4 – Flooring Options

Kitchen remodeling will increase the design, function and resale value of a home. When shopping for a home, most people start in the kitchen. It's the most important room from a functionality and design standpoint. If you plan to sell within 3 to 5 years, focus on a small kitchen renovation that updates a few main areas, such as the cabinets and the countertop. If you plan to stay for 7 to 10 … [Read more...]

Planning a Kitchen Renovation: Part 3 – Determining Your Rough Budget Range

Kitchen remodeling will increase the design, function and resale value of a home. When shopping for a home, most people start in the kitchen. It's the most important room from a functionality and design standpoint. If you plan to sell within 3 to 5 years, focus on a small kitchen renovation that updates a few main areas, such as the cabinets and the counter-top. If you plan to stay for 7 to 10 … [Read more...]