Cape Cod Dreaming (on such a winter’s day)

February 9, 2017

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Cape Cod is the blissful summer hope for New Englanders. The sand between our toes, salt in our hair and the warmth of the summer sunshine. JF is so fortunate to be represented on the islands by Pastiche of Cape Cod. Let’s take a little break from frigid February and put our minds to summer on the cape. Continue reading →

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Revisiting a Favorite Project

January 26, 2017

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Time to look back at a favorite project. This historic home has consistently been one of our most popular projects on Houzz and has been added to over 45,000 ideabooks. It also inspired one of the cabinetry displays in our Boston showroom. Check it out and get inspired. Continue reading →

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Everything you ever wanted to know about engineered flooring

January 19, 2017

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At this time of year, the benefits of radiant floor heat truly make themselves apparent. It is also the time of year that we talk about engineered flooring options. Engineered floors can get a bad rap, mostly due to stereotypes, but also because of differences in the manufacturing process. The JF  blog will guide you to the right floor for you – solid wood or engineered wood. Continue reading →

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Unique Oak Flooring Options

January 12, 2017

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You may think you know Oak. It’s versatile, strong and rugged, a solid performer in the wide plank flooring realm. A favorite for colonial cabinetmakers and craftsmen, Oak has been a staple wood in American homes for generations. But Oak still has a few tricks up its sleeve. Check out these unique Oak flooring options. Continue reading →

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A Winter Kitchen Full of Life

January 6, 2017

Jewett Farms + Co. Kitchen Flowers

Here in New England we are entering the depths of winter. Holiday cheer is disappearing as the twinkle lights, wreaths and red bows of the season are taken down. It’s a long cold stretch from January 1 until Spring and it’s easy to fall into the winter doldrums. Beat the gloom with flowers in the room you spend the most time in – your kitchen. Continue reading →

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