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310 Marlborough Street, Boston- Home Renovation

September 12th, 2017

310 Marlborough Street, Boston’s Back Bay. Not just another brownstone. [click on the image to sequence through quicker]

 

Outstanding extensive renovation of this 1899 residence located in the coveted and well sought after Back Bay of Boston. No detail was overlooked in this classic brownstone.  See pictures during renovation. Design by noted architect Guy Grassi Grassi Design Group.

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 7 1/2 Bathrooms
  • 4 fireplaces
  • 4,704 sqft
  • African Mahogany Panels in Library
  • Quarter/Rift Sawn Oak Hardwood floors
  • New Elevator
  • Roof Deck
  • Heated Parking Court
  • HyperHeating and Cooling system
  • On-Demand Tankless Hot Water system

Six floors of luxury and opulence from garden level to roof deck boasting over 11-foot ceilings.

Dining Room

An elegant dining room with details of high ceilings, Italian marble mantel, classic wall molding, and oak floors. Beautiful decor adds to the ambiance with crystal chandeliers and rich tapestry complimenting windows and walls.

Chef Kitchen

Gourmet Kitchen 310 Marlborough Street Boston_by Connaughton Construcion

This chef kitchen is prepared for the task of fine cooking and entertaining. Granite countertops with separate island, Wolf, SubZero, and Miele appliances and custom painted kitchen cabinets. The molding at the top of the kitchen cabinets is a popular design trend. It’s very elegant and adds interest to the kitchen.

 

 

Elegant Libary

Elegant Library with Builtin Mahogany Shelves. 310_Marlborough_Street by Connaughton ConstructionThe library displays superior quality craftsmanship with mahogany built-in shelves, walls and coffered ceiling creating the warmth and luxury you’d expect in this side of Boston. The sitting area that makes you want to curl up and read a book from the owner’s extensive selection. Accented with LED lighting.

Connaughton Construction, creating luxury renovation and custom design and custom building in the Greater Boston area for over 30 years. We are a professional builder successfully combining our long-standing reputation for quality craftsmanship and construction service. We instill confidence in our customers through a proven organization, efficiency, and compliance with all building codes, specifications, and regulations. We know and comply with all permits and registrations that are required.

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Mirror Screen TV

July 1st, 2015

Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the brightest of them all?

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The Mirror Screen TV by Ox-Home

The ultimate in luxury entertainment. Match your interior with your television, turning it into a sophisticated mirror television. Visit the showcase of possibilities with Mirror Screen TV by Ox-Home, showcasing how it blends beautifully with any decor. So exclusive, resellers must apply to obtain a very exclusive Ox-Home reselling license.

The Samsung LED Mirror Screen TV

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The LED Mirror Screen TV isn’t simply a television, it is an elegant piece of functional art that complements the design of your room. They are hand crafted using the finest frame styles and highest quality mirror available. The framed televisions are ultra slim, with a depth of only 2″. They are available in a wide variety of finishes to blend seamlessly with your décor. You can mount them on your wall just like any flat screen TV.

The Samsung LED televisions offer the latest 2D and 3D display technology, providing the most vivid picture available on the market. The TVs include optional 3D, which is in effect only when you wear the 3D glasses. Also included is Samsung Apps, which allows you to access websites such as Facebook, YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, and Pandora.

Re-creation Medicine Cabinet

Recreation Medicine Cabinet - Connaughton ConstructionLuxury at its best. What could be better than watching your favorite sport team or soap opera while soaking in the tub? The Bath spa Re-creation Medicine Cabinet is technology at its finest, in the luxury bath. 15.6 LED HDTV integrated into mirror door. The mirror technology provides reflective surface when TV is off. Available in satin finish. GlassWaves audio integrated into mirror door. 720p, 1080i, 16:9 widescreen ratio. Waterproof buoyant remote included. HDMI and RF input. Left/Right audio out. ATSC/NTSC QAM TV Tuner. Designed for humid bathroom environments equipped with a defogger. 9 watt, 120 volt, LED module included. Size 23.25W x 40H x 4D.

As the pioneer and leader in Lighted Mirror and Mirror TV Technology™, Electric Mirror® has served the hospitality industry for over a decade. Strong design and surprising technology make Electric Mirror’s products the most effective way to instantly communicate excellence and flawless luxury standards to discerning guests.

About Electric Mirror Technology

Electric Mirror’s industry-leading reputation for product originality, flexibility and quality is unmatched, and now you can bring this luxury technology to your own home, as well.

Browse Lightology’s selection of Lighted Mirrors, Mirror TVs and medicine cabinets from Electric Mirror®. Perfect for contemporary hotels, restaraunts and residences, in bathrooms, bedrooms, hallways, and more. Shipping included in prices. Made in the USA.

Commercial LED Screens

Mirror Screen TV - Connaughton ConstructionInside or outside, a diffusion screen that is very bright thanks to the LEDs ! Ideal for screens up to 787″ diagonal. Comes in the form of slab 82″, can be combined with others to infinity. Incredible sound and visual clarity for large entertainment meant for stadiums and auditoriums.

 

 

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Ductless Heating System

May 23rd, 2015

What once was a five apartment dwelling in this Back Bay townhouse on Marlborough Street is now undergoing renovation to a single family. The main attraction here is the heating and cooling system. We are implementing a Hyper Heat system. Have you heard of it? You might know it as a …

Thirty years ago, Mitsubishi introduced ductless heating system technology to a ducted industry. In 2003, variable refrigerant flow technologies revolutionize how buildings are designed and built. In 2007, hyper heating became a reality even in extreme climates. Today, Mitsubishi has revolutionized the industry again, with heat pumps that work with outside temperatures at 13 below. The Mitsubishi Hyper Heat System. Big Home? Small Bills. Here’s how.

Ductless Heating System

How does the Cooling and Heating Benefit YOU?

Superior heating performance.

  • Ductless heating system requires less equipment installation. No reconstruction of walls in a renovation.
  • Two pipe system. One for heat. One for cold. That means less connections and less maintenance as well.
  • Simultaneous Operation. The ability to cool certain areas while heating other areas.
  • Wireless Remote Control

Ductless Heating System

Ductwork is inefficient, costly and soon to be a thing of the past. This residential systems offers year-round, high-efficiency cooling and heating for bedrooms, basements, sunrooms and more. Essentially, heat pumps are now a realistic option for any home, in any climate. Single room and multi room solutions.

“The Mitsubishi Electric system used in the project is very effective because it requires less duct work, the small outdoor unit tucks in easily on the rooftop, provides good indoor air quality, is energy efficient and is extremely quiet. We’re thrilled that the Northampton, Mass KFC-Taco Bell has been granted LEED Gold certification. “

Two Pipe System

The two pipe system advantage. Simultaneous cooling and heating with just two pipes is something no other VRF manufacturer can do. As the number of indoor units grow, so do the two–pipe installations savings, in terms of connections (refrigerant and electrical) as well as maintenance access. An eye sensor scans the room for hot and cold pockets and blasts warm or cold air to those areas as needed.

Simultaneous Operation

Multi-zoning systems allow you to control areas of a floor or building that require heating and those that require cooling. Not at different times of the year. At the same time of day. Any time of the year. For more specifications, please refer to the Ductless Heating System by Mitsubishi.

Wireless Remote Control

Connect the comfort system to the internet to provide remote access from PC, smartphone or tablet. This provides the ability for you to remotely monitor and control your cooling and heating system, at any time, from any place.

Request a Consultation with Connaughton Construction for your project. This Ductless Heating System is the perfect heating solution to residential and commercial projects; perfect for places of worship, schools, homes, multi-unit offices and multi-unit condos. Find out if your project qualifies for MA state rebate.

Luxury Home Design Trends 2014

September 25th, 2014

Top 10 Luxury Home Design Trends 2014

For the average home hunter, they look for large bathrooms, big back yards, and gourmet kitchens. The deal breakers are multiple bathrooms and garages. When it comes to luxury  real estate, the stakes are a bit higher. The common items are expected. So, what’s on the list of must-haves for the luxury home buyer?

Luxury Home Design Trends 2014

Luxury Home Design Trends 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Luxury Home Renovation - coal shoot turned wine cellar

 Wine Rooms

 

A wine refrigerator or a built-in wine rack in the kitchen might be a perk to most people, but that’s just not going to cut it in the luxury home market. People don’t want a rack! They want an entire room dedicated to their love for wine. Whether they want an ample supply on hand for entertaining or they simply like to collect an assortment of cabernet and pinot noir, a wine room is a must have.

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Luxury Design Trends - Marble Bathrooms

Marble Bathrooms

Marble is an expensive material that can be difficult to care for, making it an impractical choice for most people. The luxury home buyer isn’t concerned about practical. They have an entire room dedicated to wine. Marble is elegant and classic, and they want it on everything from the floors to the countertops.

 

 

 

 

 


Luxury Design Home Trends - Rooftop Terraces

 Rooftop Gardens

 

Rooftop gardens are an especially hot commodity when space is limited and the views a premium. In Boston, outdoor space is rare, even in the luxury market, so a rooftop terrace can be the feature that sways a home buyer. Besides, who wouldn’t want to sip wine on the roof with the view of the city surrounding you?

 

 

 

 

 

 


Luxury Home Design Trends 2014 - Elevator to the Roof Deck

Elevator to the Roof Deck

 Private Elevators 

Nothing says luxury like your very own elevator. Imagine stepping off the elevator right into your own foyer. Now, let’s take it a step further. Imagine taking your private elevator to your wine cellar for a bottle of Opus One then up to your roof deck terrace  for an amazing view and privacy. That’s exactly what you’ll get at some of the Boston Luxury Condo apartments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Luxury Home Design Trends - Amazing Views

Amazing Views

We’ve mentioned the importance of a good view already, but sometimes it isn’t the big windows or the terrace that makes the difference. It’s what you wake up to every day. An amazing view typically translates into a great location. Luxury home buyers are willing to spend big to get both.

Whether it’s the perfect location, an amazing view, a home theater or a game room that rivals a Boston theatre, luxury home owners know what they want. While oversize windows and wine rooms may be more common features, the one common thread is that luxury home buyers want their home to reflect their lifestyle and what they love.

 

 

 

 

 


Just when you think we’re done! Boston luxury home design trends 2014 list also include infinity pools, tennis courts, floor to ceiling windows, private movie theatres and home gyms.

Infinity Pools

Luxury home buyers want a relaxing escape from their busy lives, and that’s where infinity pools come in. Backyards become more like parks. Luxury homes near the oceanfront integrate infinity pools with the natural landscape of the ocean as the background. Feeling like one with nature.

Tennis Courts

Who needs a country club when you can have your very own tennis court? For tennis fans, having a tennis court in their backyard is a necessity. A private tennis court is a rare privilege and a favored amenity for luxury home buyers.

Floor to Ceiling Windows

Luxury home buyers buy property with incredible views or a beautiful landscape, and they want to capitalize on every bit of that having floor to ceiling windows installed. Large windows let in a lot of natural light and make spaces feel grander. Think of large windows like a canvas that sets the stage for the entire room. Nothing is grander than walking into a home and having a view of Boston or a panoramic view of the garden.

Private Movie Theatres

A theater may seem extravagant, but it’s just as common to a luxury home owner as the dining room. Home owners are likely to keep it stocked with their favorite candy, a popcorn machine and their favorite movies. It’s a great space for entertaining, especially for families. Cocktails are allowed and encouraged in your own theater.

Home Gyms

Money may not be able to buy happiness, but it can buy convenience. Convenience, that’s one thing luxury home buyers are willing to splurge on. Having a gym down the hall cuts down on a lot of excuses. A home gym also means you won’t have to stand in line for the next Glutes machine. Most luxury home buyers are often “recreation enthusiasts,” and that requires them to be physically fit.

Luxury Home Design Trends 2014


 

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Caesarstone: Colors, Textures and Applications

 

Caesarstone: Colors, Textures and Applications

September 25th, 2014

If You Can Visualize it, Caesarstone Has It

Caesarstone has the right color, texture and application combination for your home renovation project.

Caesarstone Color Choices

Caesarstone has 45 distinct colors to choose from. Presently four colors offered are made from recycled material. Both Quartz Reflections and Ruby Reflections are colors are made with up to 35% post-consumer recycled glass and up to 42% reclaimed quartz. Chocolate Truffle and Smoky Ash are colors made with up to 17% post-consumer recycled glass.

Caesarstone Textures

Caesarstones’ three standard collections give the customer flexibility and creative freedom when choosing the texture of their quartz countertop surface. You can choose from a more modern sleek finish or a surface that’s rustic in texture and a variety of choices in between.

  • The Motivo collection is patterned and textured
  • The Concetto collection resembles semi precious stones
  • The Classico collection has the largest variety, with over 30 colors to choose from.

Caesarstone’s newest collection, Calacatta Nuvo, 
is a gorgeous new design crafted with the look of natural marble in mind. It combines the beauty of luxurious natural stone with the wonderful characteristics of Caesarstone.

With these four diverse collections, your Caesarstone surface can go smooth and sophisticated or textured and embossed, the choice is yours.

Caesarstone Applications

The versatility of Caesarstone allows for flexible installation. You can choose the way it is cut and the type of edges it has. Caesarstone can be installed in thinner slabs to save weight, or in larger sections to reduce the amount of surface joints.

Caesarstone is not only ideal for interior residential situations. In accordance with the sanitary standards of the National Health and Safety Foundation International, Caesarstone surfaces are qualified for installation in hospitals, restaurants, hotels and more. You can put Caesarstone in heavy use, high traffic areas knowing it can stand up to your daily demands.

Caesarstone will last a lifetime — and is the only quartz surfacing company to offer a Lifetime Warranty. With a small amount of care, your Caesarstone surface will look as great as the day you bought it for years to come.

Whether it’s residential or commercial, a large kitchen work space or a decorative section of flooring, Caesarstone manufactures quality quartz surfaces for a range of  applications. From kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities and counters, to custom solutions for any home. It’s beauty and durability have inspired all sorts of surprising creative uses as well, such as wall paneling,  floor covering, and  many commercial applications.

Caesarstone modern bathroom

Caesarstone: Colors, Textures and Applications


 

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Six Critical Decisions a Construction Manager helps you make

June 30th, 2014

There are so many decisions a home owner must make to get through a renovation project. This article narrows it down to six critical decisions a construction manager helps you make. Your custom builder will work with you and your Architect to get the job off to the right start.

If your project costs more than a few thousand dollars, it may be time to call in the professionals.

Six critical decisions a Construction Manager helps you make

  1. Lighting and electrical layout
  2. Selection of plumbing fixtures
  3. Appliance selections
  4. Selection of cabinets and any built-in cabinets
  5. Tile and stone selections
  6. Flooring selections

Lighting and electrical layout

Unless you’re an experienced electrician, it’s advisable to leave this part of the project to professionals. However, you should know your needs and be in on the planning of wiring and lighting installation. As with the functional design of the home living space, a good electrical plan begins with a diagram.

Home electrical wiring covers a lot of different things; the breaker box panel, home lighting, appliances and other high voltage electrical systems. Ovens, water heaters, clothes dryers, and HVAC (heating, venting, and air-conditioning) systems need high voltage. It might include low voltage systems like phone systems, doorbells, computer networks and home security systems as part of the wiring process.

Your construction manager knows the local codes and requirements for the kitchen, bathrooms, and outside outlets. There will be code requirements about dedicated circuits, a minimum number of kitchen circuits, minimum of outlets on each wall, and many others that might seem overwhelming at first. Once it is all done though, you’ll really be glad you followed all the regulations. It makes for a better house.

Selection of plumbing fixtures

Building a home requires installing systems to deliver water and remove waste. Determining the size and type of pipes needed for the drain, waste and vent (DWV) system, and your local plumbing codes is critical to success of your new or renovation project. Each jurisdiction follows specific Uniform Plumbing Code requirements for pipe sizes, they may need additions or deletions to the code. Your contractor must calculate the correct plumbing waste line sizes required for your construction project. Connaughton Construction will gladly guide you through the best choices for your home and project. Six Critical Decisions a Construction Manager helps you make. 3. Select Plumbing and Fixtures

Once the plumbing behind the walls is determined, selecting the fixtures for kitchen and baths include toiletsfaucets, sinks, and showers. Connaughton Construction can recommend the latest in technologies and features for your home, while maintaining the style of your existing room.

Appliance selections

We help clients select appliances and sinks during the preliminary design phase, which often comes before selecting the rest of the finishes and fixtures. This is so the plans can reflect the proper sizes, which will in turn affect the cabinetry layout.

It’s also time to decide whether or not you want a prep sink in addition to your main sink. At this point, by the way, it’s fine if you decide to change from a 36-inch range to a cooktop and wall oven.

By the time you get to final construction documents or order cabinets, however, these decisions must be finalized. The nice thing is that there are now a few big decisions that you can check off your list.

The decision on how many pendants to use affects how many junction boxes you need on the ceiling — and that decision needs to be made before plans get approved for permits and before the contractor closes up the drywall after rough electrical is done.

This is why the professional you hire may focus you on figuring out the lighting plan before picking out the countertops.

Selection of cabinets and any built-in cabinets

Six Critical Decisions a Construction Manager helps you make: 4. Cabinets and Built-in CabinetsThe selection of cabinets starts with the style – maybe classic, modernist, or old world charm – you envision in the appearance you want to portray in the room.

Rather than picking the cabinet wood species and finish color by itself, and then picking countertops and tile, I like to have my clients work on an overall palette of materials at the same time. Layer the materials and create collages of patterns, textures and colors to see what works best together.

Tile and stone selections

Order current samples of the materials you’re considering. Get a door sample with your style and finish for final approval. Make sure you go to the stone supplier and view and tag the actual slab of marble for your countertops, and make sure to order a current control sample of tile for your backsplash. All these extra steps will cut down on costly mistakes.

Decorative tile in the kitchen is a great way to express your personality and style, but proportion and scale are critical. Tile is a pretty permanent decision; once it’s up, it’s expensive to change. You or your designer should do color studies and pattern studies, and look at them alongside photos and samples to be absolutely sure you’re making the right choices.

Flooring selections

Matching the floor stain color is one of the most challenging phases of a project. If you’ve got original floors and plan to refinish just the kitchen — or are laying new wood floors to match the old for continuity — don’t expect a perfect match. Many floors in old homes are made of old-growth wood, and flooring is manufactured differently now. The natural patina of an old floor also is nearly impossible to match. Companies offering reclaimed wood floors can make that matching process easier.

In Summary

A good rule of thumb is if your project costs more than a few thousand dollars, it may be time to call in a pro. A construction manager has access to planning tools and technology that most homeowners do not. They have the inside scoop on trends, new materials, building codes and technical quirks. And their remodeling expertise can save you a lot of time, money and frustration. Use our tips to help the process flow smoothly from start to finish. Be prepared to share with your architect and PM what you like and what you hope to change to give a firm place to start. Do your research. Stay Flexible. Know your budget. Settle on a timeline and a number of draft plans. Keep changes minimal.

Finally be patient. A good plan takes time to create, and so does bringing it to life. Putting in effort on the front end, from choosing finishes to thinking through the work zone, will pay off in the long run. And the last thing you want is a rushed construction job — no matter how anxious you are to put your new kitchen to work.


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Luxury home renovation – Featured in New England Home

June 10th, 2014

The May/June 2014 Issue of New England Home magazine is featuring a luxury home renovation in a Boston brownstone with Connaughton Construction as the builder of choice. This renovation includes a refurbished grand staircase, a stairway turned into an elevator, a coal shoot turned wine cellar, an ornate skylight in a bathroom floor, and a roof deck. We tell it from the ground up.

A single family home, built in the late 1900’s, divided into multiple units decades later is once again renovated back to a single family. Who wouldn’t be seduced by its charm and elegance? Here you’ll find traditional architecture meets contemporary design.

Creative designs in this luxury home renovation

A wine cellar

An old coal shoot gets a new lease on life as a wine cellar. This was no easy task. There is always a water  issue in basements, or any room under ground. This room was no exception. However, professionals were hired to seal the deal. Luxury Home Renovation - coal shoot turned wine cellar

Stain glass skylight in bathroom floor

Luxury Home Renovation - stained glass skylight in bathroom floorA stain glass floor in the master bath is a skylight to the stairwell below. An amazing way to light up a bath with natural light while adding unique architectural charm.

A new elevator

A stairway was turned into an elevator accessible from all five stories. The stair hall had to be reconfigured to fit the elevator. The elevator runs from the basement to the roof deck where you’re view of the iconic prudential building. Who wouldn’t enjoy this  private deck for sunning during the day until cocktails and star lit skies at night?

Roof deck

The roof deck is private lounging area looking toward the prudential building. Looking east is set for dining and cocktails with a vision of starry skies and the city all light up. Luxury Home Renovation - Elevator to roof deck

 

 

 

 

 

Luxury home renovation – Featured in New England Home


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