Editors at Houzz.com recently noticed the En Suite/Primary bathroom renovation our team completed in Easton, MA, and selected it for a Bathroom of the Week feature! Contributor Jeannie Matteucci wrote of our clients: "...they wanted better storage and a more soothing, spa-like feel with elegant traditional style." With our Design Build process, our team was able to create just that. Follow the button below to read the feature and hear directly from our clients and lead designer and builder, Jason Hoffman. Read More A note about Houzz: we always recommend clients visit Houzz.com to start an "Ideabook," a place to save inspiration photos to share with us as we start any design process. To me, it's similar to Pinterest, but specific to home remodeling. It's a place to find inspiration, resources and trade partners like us. For the full photo portfolio, including before pictures and design rendering images,
PROJECT HIGHLIGHT - 1850 FARMHOUSE INTERIOR RENOVATIONS One of oldest homes we’ve had the pleasure to work on, this 1850 South Shore farmhouse, located in Middleboro, MA, needed some interior renovations after a water leak on the second floor. Not only did the water damage impact the two bedrooms on the second floor, but also the first floor guest room. After the homeowner shared his vision with us, we got to work bringing it to reality. What resulted are three unique spaces, designed and crafted with timeless appreciation. The two second floor bedrooms are identical in size - one located on each side of the staircase landing. Used as kid's bedrooms, we took advantage of the sloped ceilings and installed shiplap for fun character. The white paint brings a modern feel to an old space. Do you
Are you a visual person? Take a virtual tour with us as we documented the major milestones of this kitchen and 1st floor renovation project in West Bridgewater. We took a dark and "small" kitchen as the homeowners thought, and expanded the space to include their dream island and a custom breakfast nook. We even relocated a bathroom/laundry room to gain additional square footage. In the process, we added a closet next to the mudroom. We walk through each phase of the renovation - driven by the 5 design goals our team committed to achieving. We've included some design renderings as well as the before photos and video of these spaces. Plus some progress updates with an overview from our Owner and lead project designer and carpenter, Jason Hoffman. We even take you into our workshop as Jason created the custom breakfast nook benches. The photos, snapped by Tamara Flanagan
Do you like seeing before and after renovation photos? Do you like seeing all the updates in between? Are you someone who is fascinated with the "behind the scenes" processes, in a renovation? If so, be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook. From demolition day to exterior and interior carpentry installations, masonry, tiling and flooring we cover so much of our renovations and progress updates in our social media stories.
PROJECT HIGHLIGHT - Westwood Addition & Whole House Renovation Perhaps one of the most exciting things about moving your family to a new home, is the opportunity to personalize it to your own taste. Before the furniture and kitchen gadgets are moved in ask yourself: "how can this home suit MY family?" "Is it possible to fit an island in the kitchen?" "I'd like to see into my daughter's playroom, while cooking, can we knock down that wall?" "We'd love a Master Suite, but is there space for that?" Here at J.P. Hoffman Design Build, we're able to answer all those questions, concerns and problems through the Design Phase of our Design Build process. Our newest project is a perfect example of this. Our clients asked some of those same questions. This project is a multi-scope renovation of a 1954 Cape style home in Westwood, MA. Purchased for
Needs List vs. Nice-to-have List We hear it all the time. Our clients love the trust, creativity and reliability built with the J.P. Hoffman Design Build team. This beautiful kitchen remodel is a product of the process that builds that trust. We stand out among our peers as a team that listens to the wants, needs and pain points of potential clients. President and CEO, Jason Hoffman met with these homeowners and took their goals to paper. We always recommend homeowners have their Needs List and their Nice-to-have List ready for this initial consultation meeting. Jason listened to their renovation goals and noted their layout concerns - the "Needs List." But he also paid attention to their wish list items, finding ways to incorporate this "Nice-to-have list" into the design later on. Jason designed 3 different layout options and walked the homeowners through the pros and cons of
At J.P. Hoffman Design Build, we feel it's critical to know, understand and trust the team renovating your home. Here, we introduce Owner, President and CEO Jason Hoffman. Jason's career has evolved over time. He became a business owner in 2004. His passion for quality work, refining the craft and family happiness is evident in everything he does. Read below to learn about Jason's background and how he built a growing, sought-after Design Build firm servicing communities south of Boston and along the South Shore of Massachusetts. Framer to Foreman Now with over 25 years’ experience building and renovating homes, Jason started his career working for other contractors. This was after four years of vocational training which, included furniture building and architectural drafting. As a framing carpenter for new home construction, Jason’s passion for learning allowed him quickly to jump ranks to foreman at only age 19. He later
Open Concept Kitchen We started an open concept kitchen renovation in Norton, MA this week. We're re-configuring the 1st floor of a Colonial home, to increase kitchen cabinet storage and improve the flow for a family of four with two growing teenagers. Our in-house design team worked closely with the homeowners, designing the space so they could visualize the renovation before it started and offer feedback. The Owners also really wanted a kitchen island but were told by multiple other sources that it couldn't happen because they didn't have enough space. Our in-house design team not only found the space for an island, but found more than enough room to create an open concept floor plan at the same time. This is the approved 3D Rendering design. What about the load bearing wall? As designers and builders, our team of talented craftsman offer professional and safe opinions on how