While we’re busy making kitchens look good, Trampoline Design has been working hard to make us look good. In a recent blog post on Trampoline’s website you can read more about it.
This afternoon I had a work meeting with the folks at Trampoline Design. We were going over some new marketing ideas for us here at ShoreHaven. While there, I realized I never posted the work tables that Jason made for them earlier this year, when Trampoline moved into their new office space in the Empire Theatre […]
Italy. Art, food & wine. Finding inspiration in this colorful and romantic setting was easy. With its abundance of rich history, architecture and culture, Italy offers tourists and locals alike the simple pleasures of a cobblestone stroll, a well-prepared meal, and the opportunity to sit quietly and relax. There for our honeymoon—Yup, we just got […]
From the moment we set foot in this home, we knew the kitchen needed a personality to match the homeowners’ colorful style and whimsical art collection. This one-of-a-kind space is now the perfect personality-filled hub for cooking and gathering. Texture and materials played a big role in establishing the style of this contemporary Queensbury kitchen. […]
Easy and relaxed in Saratoga Springs. These homowners’ love of wine translated into a new twist on the French Country Kitchen. Layered materials in warm, rich, subdued hues give the space a simple easiness that pairs perfectly with their relaxed entertaining style. Inspiration came in the form of a hammered copper farm sink with a […]
When we were approached to renovate the kitchen of an eighty year old log cabin nestled into the shoreline of Lake George, we knew it was going to be a special project. Charged with the task of redesigning the space to meet today’s modern kitchen technologies, we also wanted to respect the home’s idyllic location […]