Essex Kitchen Rennovation
A dated and cramped kitchen layout needed a full overhaul in this turn of the century Essex home. So with the help of designer Kristina Crestin, Covenant took his kitchen and dining room down to the studs and completely reconfigured the style and layout to create a more functional family gathering space.
Modern House Renovation
Taking this ocean view property to the next level, Covenant worked with designer Kathy Marshall to develop a feel that transformed the house. Including a beautiful wood covered stove hood vent.
This homeowner had always been frustrated with her kitchen. The room was dark, with cherry cabinets, black granite, and an inefficient flow. We relocated the kitchen to a corner of the house with tons of new windows that let in lots of natural light. While also allowing for vaulted ceilings to make the kitchen feel airy and open.
Elegant Boat House
When our clients purchased their home on Manchester Harbor, their waterfront boathouse wasn’t much more than a dilapidated shack. Working with the original footprint, William Salley, of Salley Associates (Newbury) designed this lovely little seaside “cottage”...
Stone Carriage House
The design suggests old world carriage house as it opens onto English Gardens and a cobblestone driveway. The Cape Ann Granite was reclaimed from local bridge trestles and split in Maine before being brought to the project. Arches were painstakingly formed and built and Marvin Windows...
Those that own historic New England homes often want to maintain their enduring charm and elegance, even as we make necessary improvements. This stately turn-of-the-century home in Beverly Farms needed a kitchen remodel. The goal was to update appliances, cabinetry, counters and fixtures in keeping with the home’s personality.
Japanese Inspired Shingle Style
A unique property situated on the marshes called for a patiently designed and built home. The mature landscape was carefully maintained during demolition and building so that the new home was nestled in amongst the towering oaks and shagbark hickories...