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  • Contemporary House in the Hills 01.11.2016

    Cape Cod Magazine showcases a beautiful, contemporary, upside-down house in Truro, where panoramic views of the ocean, Pamet Valley and Provincetown can be seen. Of the kitchen, designed by our team at Classic Kitchens & Interiors, Laurel Kornhiser writes, “Though it is less common now to find beach glass than it once was on the Cape, the kitchen pays homage to its beauty with its frosted blue glass subway tile backsplash. The mica black granite countertops flash with flecks of ocean blues, and all is set in relief against the white cabinets whose glass faces multiply the light.”

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  • Kitchen with a View 11.02.2015

    This graceful kitchen with painted cabinetry and marble countertops is as serene as the view seen from its windows. Showcased in Ocean Home this month, writer Mary Grauerholz describes the clean kitchen lines, including a soffit with a soft curve on one end, positioned above the round breakfast table.

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  • A Historic Kitchen Renovation 10.05.2015

    This Italianate house on Cape Cod, originally built in 1864, gets a new lease on life. In Old House Journal, writer Regina Cole captures the historic beauty restored by Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders (PSD). Our team at Classic Kitchens & Interiors worked with PSD on the kitchen. When the homeowner purchased the home, the kitchen was utilitarian, with its design focused on serving breakfast to inn guests. The kitchen was redesigned to fit the needs of the family. Beadboard cabinetry and stone countertops were used to refresh the kitchen, while also keeping in character with the rest of the home.

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  • A New Rhode Island Beach Home 08.01.2015

    This summer retreat on the southern coast of Rhode Island is designed in keeping with the local vernacular and with relaxation and fun in mind. It is a true coastal home captivating readers in the 2015 annual issue of Southern New England Home. Providing a comfortable space, the kitchen designed by Classic Kitchens & Interiors has a generous island with an apron-front sink. The countertops are of mahogany, which adds a beautiful element to the white cabinetry.

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  • A Nantucket Upside-Down Home 06.15.2015

    Classic Kitchens & Interiors designed the kitchen for this upside-down Nantucket home, where the main living spaces are on the second floor. The ceiling slopes in these second-floor spaces add to the intimate cottage feel, as does the white painted cabinetry. The island is positioned to catch glimpses of the ocean over the landscape.

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