Category Archives: Cabinetry & Furniture

Danish Modern Kitchen

Although there’s still some finishing touches to be done on this modern farmhouse kitchen remodel, here’s a first look at this J.R. Henderson Design. Design elements include pre-finished maple plywood, bleached pine floating shelves and cutout drawer and door pulls. The beauty of Scandinavian design and its timeless style are its simplicity, efficiency and sense […]

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Gray Transitional Kitchen

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 […]

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Our Woodworking Shop

In the shop, Jason Henderson combines traditional handworked craftsmanship with current cabinetry manufacturing techniques.  In addition to our range of custom and semi-custom cabinetry companies, J.R. Henderson’s shop gives ShoreHaven Kitchen Design the unique ability to meet the needs of our clients’ designs, construction and renovation needs, not just in the kitchen, but throughout the home […]

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Classic White Kitchen

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, […]

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Reclaimed Wood from Vermont

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 […]

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Rustic Table Reminiscing

Recently, a friend’s wedding took us out of Upstate New York, along I-95 to Wilmington, Delaware.  It was perfect timing; offering a much needed escape from our let’s-get-this-kitchen-store open to-do list. As we were mid-celebration, mingling, chatting and catching up with old friends, the Mother of the Bride came over and grabbed Jason’s arm.  “This […]

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