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  • Boston Magazine Design Home 2016 Opens at The Pinehills 09.14.2016

    From September 14 through October 9, the Boston magazine Design Home at The Pinehills, which was designed and built by Polhemus Savery DaSilva, will be open for tours. All ticket proceeds from the tours will benefit Boston Children’s Hospital, the non-profit partner. Our company is thrilled to be part of this collaboration as a sponsor. Take a tour of the home, and be sure to check out the kitchen we designed, as well as the wet bar, dining room cabinetry and bathroom vanities, all by our team at Classic Kitchens & Interiors. This home is on a spectacular hilltop site,

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  • Learn More About Wood-Mode Custom Cabinetry with this Video 08.15.2016

    Quality is just one of the reasons why we, and our customers, love Woodmode Custom Cabinetry. This video gives a look into how our main product line is hand-crafted. As a family-owned business, the American-made Wood-Mode brand is carefully managed to utilize benefits of modern technology while preserving the time-honored techniques. These values preserve the art of the craft without compromising speed or efficiency over craftsmanship. Watch the video here.

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  • Awarded 2016 Best of Cape Cod for Kitchen Designer 07.05.2016

    We are honored to be selected as the 2016 Best of Cape Cod award winner for Kitchen Design. This award is voted on by the public through an online survey and given by Cape Cod Magazine. Also recognized are other Cape Cod-based businesses, including those in dining, shopping, destinations and other services. We are thrilled to be spotlighted for exceptional kitchen design in our region and congratulate all of the winners! Pick up a copy of Cape Cod Magazine July 2016 to view the honorees.

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  • Cape Cod Magazine Features A CKI Rustic Wood Kitchen 06.03.2016

    Appearing in the May issue of Cape Cod Magazine is a home that uses knotty pine, which not only speaks the same language as the wooded pond setting, but also represents family and the past to the clients, writes Laurel Kornhiser. In the kitchen, gold, cream and coffee tones are used in the backsplash’s one-inch tiles. Even though this kitchen faces east, the home’s open concept allows light to overflow from other rooms, making it welcoming at any time of day. Read the complete article here.

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