This transitional kitchen designed by Jason Henderson of ShoreHaven Kitchens has the clean lines of contemporary styles, blended with accents of the traditional, such as raised panels and natural wood. The classic features of the island offset some of the more modern details of the surrounding cabinetry and helps land this kitchen in the transitional […]
Drawn to white’s simplicity, classicism, and a craving for everything to be open, clean, airy, and light, this Queensbury, New York kitchen remodel is anything but vanilla. Featuring a banquette nook, butler’s pantry and built-in baker’s wall, there’s endless storage and counter space, perfect for cooking, baking and gathering. Antique white inset cabinetry offers a soft, […]
How fun are these!?! No wonder everyone keeps asking for before and after photos. Check out this traditional red oak kitchen’s transformation to bamboo contemporary style. I can’t get over how much lighter and sunnier the space feels in the after photos. After you’ve finished with these, if you’re interested in this kitchen’s contemporary design, […]
Classically traditional. Cherry cabinetry with a Honeytone sheen create a sunny, inviting place. Entertain friends, have breakfast with the kids, or host the neighborhood potluck, in this warm and comfortable kitchen. Cabinets by Crystal Cabinetry. Queensbury, New York home built by Hilltop Construction Co. Photos by PJN Photography.
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 […]
Type “carriage house style” into google, houzz, or pinterest and you’ll be bombarded with everything from architecture and design, to garage doors and home lighting. Originally carriage houses were outbuildings built to house horse carriages. Sometimes the horses lived in the same structure. Sometimes the caretakers for the horses and carriages lived in an apartment […]
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 […]