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, […]
Need a place to hang your hat, or a seat to remove your shoes? Here’s a little corner piece we designed for a client this morning, for just that sort of thing.
We always want clients to explore how a space will look before a single stick of lumber is ever cut. Using computer generated renderings we can walk through the process quickly and visually to avoid changes in design during the construction process that might impact cost or timeline.
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 […]
Let’s get something straight, there’s a big difference between a trend and a fad. Remember the avocado green appliances of the 1960’s and 70’s? My Mother was wild about them. My family even went so far as to outfit all our apartment rentals with the most up-to-date color trends of that time, alternating between avocado […]