Showing posts from April, 2011

Best of the Best: Old World meets New World…

Dream Kitchen & Baths magazine’s cover on the 2011 spring issue is a Covenant Kitchen!! Showcased as one of the thirty timeless looks, this kitchen was one of the winners of the NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association) design competition in 2009. European travel influence newlyweds’ style sense. These newlyweds were combining two households and were searching for one voice for their collective style. Before they were married, life was simple - design-wise that is. Each leaned toward clean lines. But it was their love of travel that inspired them to collect antiques from around the world. The objects they purchased were more “old world” than contemporary. Enter Covenant Kitchens & Baths in Westbrook. The designers there helped create a kitchen that would utilize the couple’s one-of-a-kind treasures. First there were some logistics involved. Moving the kitchen from the dark north side of the house to the spot where the dining room had been, next

Covenant Wins First Place: Traditional Design 2010 Clarke Sub-Zero Wolf Design Competition

April 8, 2011 More than 300 New England architects and designers recently filled the Clarke showroom in Milford, MA for Clarke’s Fourth Annual Designer Appreciation Night. Clarke awarded trophies to six top designers around New England for their innovative use of Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances in kitchens and other rooms in the home. Clarke’s top three specifiers were also distinguished for their leadership in integration of these high-performance ranges, cooktops, wall ovens, refrigerators, wine storage and more into their vision of what a kitchen could be. Gerard Ciccarello of Covennant Kitchens & Baths, Westbrook, CT receiving his top honors in The Clarke Design Awards from Clarke Director of Marketing Jim Raftus. Gerard Ciccarello, CMKBD, owner of Covenant Kitchens & Baths, Inc. won first place in the New England Clarke Sub-Zero Wolf Design Competition. Only awarding six trophies was a tough call when judges were faced with over 60 entries. Clarke is New England&