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Almost all Country Cabinets, etc. clients spend months researching options for their new kitchen before making an appointment to visit our showroom. Most of the initial decisions made during the planning stages of a fabulous new kitchen involve the type, color, design and material for cabine…

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This meticulously maintained, custom-built home offers premium upgrades throughout. Located on a peaceful, beautifully landscaped 2.1-acre lot at 32 Stephen Lane in Freedom, the property abuts conservation land. This is a true nature paradise.

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I am going to go on record saying that I am giddy with the turn in the weather. Perfectly crisp, dry, fall weather combined with bright blue skies make this time of year my favorite.

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After a bit of sweat, sore knees, 30-degree temperatures (in September), hat and goggles, and a heaping helping of sunshine, I proudly stood atop the summit of Mount Shavano in Colorado at 14,229 feet. I was pretty excited and the views were, not surprisingly, breathtaking (as was the lack o…

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At Country Cabinets, etc., we design bathrooms ranging in price from several thousand dollars to more than $100,000. We can work with almost any realistic budget to create a dream bath. The following suggestions will help you to maximize the value of your renovation dollars and help assure y…

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I simply love living in northern New Hampshire and there’s nothing quite like the seasonal transitions to keep us entertained and amazed by nature’s beauty and strength. One of the more exciting and visually stunning changes is our migration towards fall.

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Hardware is the jewelry of kitchen and bath cabinets. Failure to select appropriate hardware for cabinets in a new kitchen can compromise the look, feel and enjoyment of the finished project. The challenge for homeowners in the Mount Washington Valley is that the unlimited options make it ex…

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The first property I bought was in desperate need of some TLC in the downstairs unit. I ripped up all the flooring, entirely replaced the bathroom and painted nearly every surface in the whole place.

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You should expect your kitchen and bath designer to develop recommendations based on your individual style preferences and how you want your new space to look, feel and function.