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Rock Pond Kitchens - Martha's Vineyard

190 Upper Main Street
Edgartown, MA 02539
(774) 253 3828
Company Profile: 

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Kitchen design and renovation in Martha's Vineyard
Paul Lazes

Rock Pond Kitchens opened its doors on Martha's Vineyard in 2000 after 17 years of architectural design and renovation work in Manhattan. Our passion resides in the fact that the kitchen is the heart of your home.

We specialize in both Kitchen Design (rockpondkitchens.com) and Architectural Renovations (97williamstreet.com) - both historic and contemporary designs.

Our showroom has a wide selection of Stone, Ceramic Tile and Wood Flooring. We help you select from a wide range of Plumbing and Lighting Fixtures we offer.

We believe your home should reflect your style. Our designs are both comfortable and efficient. We take your budget and completion dates very seriously. We promise to be on time and on budget.

Come visit our Showroom in Edgartown on the Vineyard.

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Article by Paul Lazes of Rock Pond Kitchens There are certain design choices that are nearly always right: black dress, black suit, white kitchen. There’s value to keeping things simple. Less can be more. Everyone knows a woman who wears black with a set of earrings or other jewelry has a complete look. It’s similar with a white kitchen. It’s classic and what makes it individualized are the...
Kitchens on Martha's Vineyard
This kitchen has it all... With Paul Lazes of Rock Pond Kitchens in Martha's Vineyard. Plenty of counter and storage with room for multiple people to work and play. Even enough for a professional caterer! No man is an island and no kitchen should be without one. An informal dining area for casual dining. Soft seating for your guests or when you have some down time. French doors to the garden for...
kitchen cabinetry design
With Paul Lazes of Rock Pond Kitchens in Martha’s Vineyard. Initially, all cabinets start out as a simple box, just as a room begins as a simple box and remain simple for modern applications. The use of moldings is the hallmark of traditional design and how they are used is the hallmark of sophisticated design. Similar to a person, a cabinet can be divided into 3 areas: the Head, Waist and Feet....

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