• GAMBREL STYLE

    • A busy young family resides in this classic home with updated appeal. Shingle siding and accents of mahogany come together with copper lanterns and gutters.
  • GAMBREL STYLE

    • An inviting entryway, integrated open floor plan, and organized mudroom provide a warm welcome to visitors.
  • GAMBREL STYLE

    • An arched ceiling with accent lighting and custom millwork create a truly unique space.  Polished wood floors add a sense of style.
  • Gambrel Style

    • The grand kitchen is open and elegant with custom cabinetry and a coffered ceiling.
  • Gambrel Style

    • The master suite is a soothing respite at the end of a long day. The calm palette in both the bath and bedroom add to the serenity.
    • (Architecture – Kevin ten Brinke, Contractor – Old Grove Partners, Photography – Michael Lee)
  • SEASIDE SHINGLE STYLE

    Jamestown, RI

  • Seaside Shingle Style

    • Home to an organic farmer, this stately residence is deeply connected to it’s natural surroundings of land and sea.
  • Seaside Shingle Style

    • Strategic window placement provides all the benefits of passive solar gain. All windows maximize the view of Narragansett Bay.
  • Seaside Shingle Style

    • The sun fills the inviting kitchen where bountiful crops are washed and sorted.
    • (Architecture – Kevin ten Brinke, Project Type – New Construction, Contractor – Steve Kroll)
  • Farmhouse Colonial

    Concord, MA

  • Farmhouse Colonial

    • An updated farmhouse seamlessly blends traditional and contemporary elements and accommodates the needs of a growing boisterous family.
  • Farmhouse Colonial

    • Vintage lights add to the farmhouse appeal. What better way to invite guests than a grand front porch.
  • Farmhouse Colonial

    • The sun-filled kitchen and breakfast room are a study in contrast. Rich woods and bright white cabinetry are in harmony.
  • Farmhouse Colonial

    • The updated farmhouse design gives gentle nod to the history of New England architecture. Warm and inviting rooms have an element of whimsy.
  • Farmhouse Colonial

    • Blues are bold in the kid’s bathroom, but are serene and relaxing in the master bathroom.
    • (Architecture – Kevin ten Brinke, Project Type – New Construction, Contractor – Integrity Builders)
  • HISTORIC COASTAL

    Hingham, MA

  • HISTORIC COASTAL

    • Opening up a compartmentalized historic home to accommodate entertaining and modern day living while still fulfilling all the needs of the Historic Commission.
  • Historic Coastal

    • Custom built-ins allow clean aesthetics while entertaining, and family functionality when not.
    • (Architecture – Kevin ten Brinke, Build Type – Renovation, Contractor – Old Grove Partners)
  • Wayside Colonial

    SUDBURY, MA

  • Grand Colonial

    • A Kitchen designed for entertaining and cooking for a crowd required plenty of space to move around.  A custom stovetop hood adds an updated sense of classic Kitchen design.  Soapstone counters, subway tile and classic hardware remind us that we are in a historic district.
  • Grand Colonial

    • A Great Room with split interests needed a custom solution.  By having the fireplace and the television work in tandem on one wall, we were able to achieve a sense of balance.  The gas fireplace has a view into the Kitchen and connects the spaces without needing to do a complete open floorpan.
  • Westwood Contemporary

    WESTWOOD,MA

  • Westwood Contemporary

    • A truly custom home that incorporates classic elements with contemporary detailing.  A desire for full first floor living is achieved by connecting private and public wings via a turreted stairwell.
  • Westwood Contemporary

    • An elevated link is flooded with light from the Great Room windows below.  Perched above the main living space, the private bedrooms upstairs never feel disconnected.
  • Westwood Contemporary

    • The back elevation is a study in angles.  By opening up the ground floor to the landscape, we have achieved great indoor and outdoor connectivity on multiple levels.
  • Westwood Contemporary

    • A first floor Study becomes on of the quietest and most used spaces in this house.  A custom stairwell with curved walls adds a sculptural design element.
  • Westwood Contemporary

    • The upper link allows for connectivity and an openness to the Great Room.  This light filled space is a quiet moment in a home built for a family.
  • Westwood Contemporary

    • The Great Room and Kitchen are connected but still defined individually.  The interior view of the link above the Great Room adds an element of airiness to the space.
  • Westwood Contemporary

    • The Kitchen and Breakfast nook are made for family living and flooded with light.  The Kitchen connects to the Dining Room and the connecting contemporary fireplace adds an element of interest.
  • Westwood Contemporary

    • A grand Master Bath is a cheerful respite from the rest of the house.  With plenty of space for his and her sink spaces.
    • (Architecture – Kevin ten Brinke
    • Builder – Old Grove Partners
    • Photography – Jared Kuzia)