Boston Kitchen Remodeling Contractors

At NEDC, we believe in comfort, beauty, and functionality. With expertise in both the design and construction phases of your remodel, we are your single source for crafting a kitchen you’ll love for years to come. 


Boston Kitchen Remodeling and Design


Many Boston-area kitchens were designed or remodeled in the 1950s and are therefore cramped, outdated, and impractical. Having worked in the area for over 15 years, we’re adept at transforming outmoded kitchens into open and beautiful spaces where you love to spend time. While we never blindly subscribe to short-lived fads, we’re experts at taking a kitchen that was designed decades ago and modernizing it to reflect your personal needs and lifestyle.



Kitchen Design Checklist


  • Custom Kitchen Cabinets: Remodeling the outdated cabinets in your Boston kitchen is one of the single most effective ways to give your space a quick face-lift. Solid and well-fitted cabinetry with carefully selected cabinet door styling lends gravitas and beauty to your home. Bonus: replacing cabinetry allows you to rethink and optimize your layout.
  • High-End Countertops: Like new kitchen cabinetry, installing new countertops is a high-impact way to refresh your kitchen. Marble, quartz, and granite add sophistication and elegance. 
  • Updated Appliances: Want to fall in love with cooking again? Start by updating appliances like your refrigerator, stove, and range to match your new cabinets and countertops. 
  • Smart Storage Solutions: In most cases, sufficient storage space can be found within your home’s existing footprint purely by reconfiguring your layout and introducing smart storage solutions inside your cabinetry.
  • Custom Woodworking: From feature pieces like a wine rack or wet bar to smaller woodworking finishes like custom trim, our versatile carpenters can add any detailing to elevate your kitchen ambiance.
  • Additional Detailing: Tell us your vision, and we’ll make it a reality. Our design team is eager to discuss your goals, refine your ideas, and craft the kitchen of your dreams.

Kitchen Remodeling Trends for 2022


In addition to the checklist above, these trends are on the horizon for kitchens in 2022.

  • Double Kitchen Island: double islands are perfect for families with multiple cooks, giving everyone their own workspace.
  • Hidden Appliances: veiling small appliances like coffee makers and microwaves with custom cabinetry makes your kitchen feel clean, organized, and minimalistic. 
  • Butler’s Pantry- Galley Kitchen: Adding a butler’s pantry is another way to achieve a minimalist kitchen design, as it gives you extra storage for less-used items, as well as a staging area for dishes.
  • Blue and Green Cabinets: With their calming and biophilic undertones, blue and green cabinets add a bold yet tranquil atmosphere to your kitchen.

Kitchen Remodeling Costs


Kitchen remodels are an excellent fit for our delivery method. Because there are so many elements of design used in creating the best possible space for your family, we’ve crafted a thorough design approach that allows us to fully plan your project and provide itemized budgets and construction schedules prior to lifting a finger in the actual construction. This reduces headaches due to unforeseen circumstances down the road: the industry standard rate for change orders is around 15%, whereas NEDC has been below 3%! A typical kitchen remodel with our company is in the $85,000 – $145,000 range.

To find out more about typical project costs in the Boston and New England area, please take a look at our Boston Remodeling Cost Guide [2021].


Kitchen Remodel Portfolio: West Roxbury


“New England Design and Construction finished the project on budget and two days early!  I was in my new kitchen for Mother’s Day.  Every time I step into the kitchen, I am thankful for New England Design and Construction for making my dream become reality.  My husband and I can both be in the kitchen, and not be on top of each other!  I highly recommend New England Design and Construction, and look forward to hiring them for my next dream project”.

– Stephanie Weitzman on Google+