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Crown Point Charity Committee Awards Three Scholarships to Recent Grads!

July 22nd, 2015

The proud recipients of the 2015 Crown Point Cabinetry Scholarship pause for a photo with Crown Point President, Brian Stowell. From left: Nina Archambault (standing in for her son Tucker Jordan who could not attend,) Ashlee Bly, Jenna Deschaine and Brian Stowell.

On Wednesday, July 8th, we held a celebratory barbecue to recognize the three recipients of this year’s Crown Point Cabinetry Scholarship!  This annual scholarship in the amount of $1,000.00 was established by the employee funded Crown Point Charity Committee.  It is awarded to children of current Crown Point employees that have recently graduated from high school and are going on to higher education.

The recipients were invited to the shop to enjoy lunch and a presentation of the awards in front of their families and the entire Crown Point crew.


Brian Stowell addresses the crew during a shop-wide meeting to present the 2015 Crown Point Cabinetry scholarships.

Recipients of this year’s scholarship are:

Tucker Jordan, son of Crown Point Designer, Nina Archambault.  Tucker graduated from Stevens High School and will be attending New Hampshire Technical Institute studying 3D Animation and Graphic Game Programming.

Scholarship Recipient Tucker Jordan

Tucker Jordan, one of this year’s recipients of the Crown Point Cabinetry Scholarship, at Senior Night.

Ashlee Bly, daughter of Crown Point Designer, Angela Bly.  Ashlee graduated from Windsor High School and will attend Plymouth State University as an Undecided Major.

Ashlee Bly

Scholarship recipient, Ashlee Bly, after receiving her diploma.

Jenna Deschaine, daughter of Crown Point Plant Engineer, Rick Deschaine.  Jenna graduated from Stevens High School and is in her second year at St. Michael’s College studying Biology.

Jenna Deschaine

Crown Point Scholarship recipient, Jenna Deschaine, last fall.

Congratulations to this year’s recipients and we wish you the best of luck!



Crown Point Cabinetry now Available in 75 Colors By Sherwin Williams!

May 27th, 2015


In addition to finishes by Farrow & Ball and the Old Fashioned Milk Paint Company, Crown Point Cabinetry is pleased to offer our very own collection curated from the Sherwin Williams color palette!

“The beauty of our Sherwin Williams color palette,” explains Rick Deschaine, Crown Point Cabinetry’s Plant Engineer and finishing expert, “is that homeowners will now be able to head to their local Sherwin Williams store to pick up an interior paint in the same or coordinating color for a cohesive look throughout.”

This commercial grade, water-based paint is sprayed on for an incredibly durable, beautiful finish.  We offer 75 colors within the special Crown Point palette, all hand-picked by our color experts to offer a full range of options.  However, if you find that you can not find the exact shade you want within this collection, any Sherwin Williams color can be achieved by request.  Just imagine the possibilities-happy color matching!

Want to see some vibrant color in action?  Visit our “Color in the Kitchen” board on Pinterest!

Our Channel Stock Face Frames Featured in Trend Watch Magazine!

April 27th, 2015

Fred Puksta designed our patented Channel Stock Face Frames, shown here as a display for the Architectural Digest Home Design Show.


We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Special Edition Trend Watch Magazine has featured our patented Channel Stock Face Frames!  Front and center in the article is Crown Point Product Designer, Fred Puksta.  “If you want something to look different, you have to do something different,” Fred says of the innovation that brings customization to another level.

The full issue may be found online, with the feature beginning on page 60!

We’re on Instagram!

March 16th, 2015



We are very excited to announce that we have joined Instagram!  We’re looking forward to sharing behind the scenes shots from the cabinet shop, photo shoots and more!

 Are you on Instagram?  Follow us and let us know what kinds of things you’d like to see on our account!

Crown Pointers Catching Some Air

February 24th, 2015

With the chilly temps and the seemingly endless snowstorms New England has been getting hammered with, it’s easy to get caught up in bemoaning Old Man Winter. Unless you’re these guys-Crown Point Designers Joshua Doonan and Albon Powell often snowshoe on their lunch breaks. Here, they’re jumping off the huge snowbanks in the Crown Point parking lot into fresh powder. Cool.


Albon Powell jumps from a snowbank on a clear February afternoon.


Josh Doonan jumps next, with a flourish of powdery snow behind him.

Photos by Chris Hatch (Crown Point Drafter and another lunchtime snowshoer) using nothing but his iPhone!

Another Crown Point Pigskin 5K is on the Books!

February 9th, 2015

More than 150 runners take off from the Community Center!  (Photo by Josh Fields)

Super Bowl Sunday was particularly cold this year, but that didn’t deter the more than 150 runners and walkers who came out for the 4th Annual Crown Point Pigskin 5k!  Proceeds from the race will go to a fund that subsidizes local children’s participation in sports programs through the Claremont Parks and Recreation Department.

New this year, each bib contained a microchip that was tracked by Millennium Running timing service.  A full list of results may be found here.


Ken Aldrich, winner of the “Best Dressed” title for the day runs with his daughter, Noelle. (Photo by Josh Fields)

Crown Pointer Ken Aldrich, shown here running with his daughter Noelle, won the title of “Best Dressed” for his Patriots gear!


Ken Aldrich, Josh Doonan, Albon Powell, Cait Merriam and Melissa Bean pose for a group shot representing Crown Point Cabinetry after the race. (Karen Laskoske, Jackie DeMag and Stan Marro also participated but were not in the photo.)

Photos of every finisher can be found on the Peak Focus Photography Facebook Page!

Crown Point’s Peter Ippedico Receives Excellence in Kitchen Design Award!

January 28th, 2015

Crown Point Designer Peter Ippedico pauses for a photo with NH Home Magazine’s editor Andi Axman. (Photo by Wendy Wood)

We are proud to announce that a Crown Point Kitchen Designer has won the Excellence in Kitchen Design Award from New Hampshire Home Magazine for the second year in a row!   Peter Ippedico accepted the Award last Tuesday evening at the annual reception in Manchester.


Peter Ippedico designed this custom kitchen with special touches like multiple cabinetry finishes and island legs crafted from reclaimed wood.

You may recognize the winning kitchen as it was featured on the blog last fall, and also within the pages of NH Home Magazine’s September/October Kitchens issue.

Open and inviting, this custom kitchen features cabinetry in two different painted finishes and a large island perfect for gathering the family together.  The island legs were reclaimed from beams in an old barn that was taken down on the property for a unique addition to the personalized space.


Crown Point Designers Angela Bly, Mark Wirta, Peter Ippedico, Josh Doonan and Nina Archambault at the 2015 NH Home Design Awards. (Photo by Wendy Wood)

There were so many high quality, beautiful homes up for awards and it was an honor for us to be among a group of such talented design and build professionals.  Watch for all the winners in the upcoming March/April issue of NH Home Magazine.

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Kicking Off the Spring Show Season!

January 14th, 2015


We’re gearing up again to “take this show on the road!”  The spring show season begins next month and this is your chance to see and feel the quality of our custom cabinetry firsthand.   Crown Point designers will be available at each location to answer any questions you may have, and we’d love to see you!

Here’s the schedule:

The Historic Home Show
February 6-8, 2015
1160 First Avenue, King of Prussia PA 19406
Booth number H230

The National Arts & Crafts Conference
February 20-22, 2015
Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina

The Architectural Digest Home Design Show
March 19-22, 2015
Piers 92 & 94 55th Street at Twelfth Avenue, New York City

The Traditional Building Conference
April 28-29, 2015
Boston, MA (watch their website for updated information)


The 4th Annual Crown Point Christmas Video is Here!

December 18th, 2014

It has become an annual tradition to shoot a Christmas video here at Crown Point Cabinetry.  Starting in 2011, our crew has gotten in the holiday spirit with silly songs and funny hats and much more.  Our biggest hit yet was last year’s surprise Flash Mob.  (If you haven’t seen it, you’ll want to check it out!)

Today, we’d like to share our 4th Annual Crown Point Cabinetry Christmas video!

And because we love to laugh, here is a reel of behind-the-scenes footage as our teams chose their props and posed for the camera.

Happy Holidays to you and yours from all of us here at Crown Point Cabinetry!


Beautiful Crown Point Kitchen Decorated For Holiday House Tour!

December 16th, 2014



This custom kitchen was decorated for the holidays as part of the Concord Museum Holiday House Tour.  Custom inset Crown Point cabinetry is finished in Pointing by Farrow & Ball.

Crown Point Cabinetry was honored to be a sponsor of the 4th Annual Concord Museum Holiday House Tour this year.  On December 9th, seven homes in Concord, MA opened their doors to reveal beautifully decorated interiors for the holiday season!  Despite the cold temps and pouring rain, the tour had a fantastic turnout and attendees enjoyed complimentary treats and plenty of holiday decorating inspiration!

A Crown Point kitchen, designed by Crown Point Designer Nina Archambault, was a featured room on the tour.   Nina made the trip down and today we’re sharing some of her snapshots from the day!


Windows above the base cabinetry and a pair of full height glass doors help fill the kitchen with natural light.



A collection of Christmas colored treats filled the spacious island top made of solid walnut.


A custom butler’s pantry includes a full sink and dishwasher, true-lite glass doors, plus open shelving and a desk area.

Proceeds from this annual event provide vital support for the museum’s educational initiatives. They offer hands-on programs reaching over 10,000 school children in New England each year.