Jewett Farms & Company

This classic country kitchen on Lake Winnipesaukee includes high ceilings and cupboards with traditional raised panel doors and paneled ends, beautiful soapstone countertops and a curly maple kneading bench. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Buffer It! JoomShareBar For Newburyport and York cabinetmaker, crafting an enduring product is as green as it getsWritten by Jim Cavan, Green AllianceWith so many big box stores housing aisle upon aisle of composite cabinetry, seldom do you encounter a kitchen motif older than a decade. Like many other products, furniture and cabinetry are fast-becoming mere consumables, often disposed of without a second thought. The quintessential Yankee (and “green”) philosophy of making the most out of what you have, while creating something as beautiful...

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Warming Up To Winter

Warming Up To Winter Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Buffer It! JoomShareBar Local Energy Purveyors Offer Alternative Home Heating OptionsWritten by Jim CavanWinter is almost here. Rest assured that your furnace will soon be running full tilt, and a refill probably isn’t much farther down the snowy road. Given the dread that many people on the Seacoast feel with the arrival of Old Man Winter, one cannot help but wonder if there is a better way to fill the tank—one that is efficient, clean and doesn’t require cutting big checks with every visit...

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