Featured Product: Metropolitan Dining Table With Glass Top

by Robert Williams, Vice President of Design  |  
April 26th, 2016

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This month we are pleased to feature our new Metropolitan Dining Table.

Available with glass (shown) or wood top, this transitional dining design mixes clean lines and geometric elements for a rich effect.  The sloping curves and sleek angles of its open base can lend a sense of openness and space to today’s dining room

New StyleAvant Kitchen | Because Style Is Personal

by Robert Williams, Vice President of Design  |  
March 29th, 2016

StyleAvant Kitchen by Habersham Representing a new market focus for  us, Habersham’s new StyleAvant  kitchen and bath cabinetry line includes  trend-driven, frameless cabinetry styles, versatile custom options and our signature quality craftsmanship.

As a full custom, all wood, European style frameless cabinetry line, StyleAvant brings our hallmark quality craftsmanship together with design innovation and customization for maximum appeal.

Choose  from 24+ standard door and limitless “build your door” customization options ; on trend design and architectural elements; standard and custom paint options;  cutting edge “Blumotion” soft close technology by Blum and innovative interior storage solutions by Hafele , Rev-a-Shelf and  more.

To learn more, visit www.styleavant.com.  Let us know what you think!

NKBA Survey Says Transitional Style Bathrooms Among Most Popular Trends For 2016

by Robert Williams, Vice President of Design  |  
March 15th, 2016

Habersham Custom Bath CabinetryAccording to the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) 2016 Design Trends Survey, clean, modern style and neutral colors dominate North American bathroom design today.   As reported in the association’s press release, here are the top 10 overall bathroom trends NKBA expects for 2016:

Clean, modern, transitional designs

Universal design features

Neutral colors

Open shelving, floating vanities and wall-hung toilets

Built-in storage

Undermount sinks

Freestanding tubs

Shower amenities like hand showers and shower lighting

Polished chrome faucet finish

Electric radiant floor heating and a number of other  amenities

According to the survey, transitional is by far the most popular bathroom style, outpacing 2015’s top contemporary style trend by 10 percentage points. Nearly 70 percent of NKBA designers surveyed expect to specify transitional style bathrooms in 2016.

Neutral colors dominate the bathroom, with white being the most popular fixture color and whites and grays being the most popular overall color schemes. Seventy-nine percent of members surveyed indicated grays as the most popular color scheme, with whites/off-whites trailing close behind at 77 percent. Keeping with the popular neutral-tone theme, beiges/bones were specified by 65 percent of NKBA members surveyed.

We are certainly seeing some of these trends play out in a number of projects we’re working on with our design partners.

To read more about the survey, visit www.nkba.org

February Featured Product: Chelsea Dining Table

by Robert Williams, Vice President of Design  |  
February 17th, 2016

Chelsea Dining Table For February, we’re spotlighting our new Chelsea Dining Table. Whether your design sensibilities lean towards formal or casual, classical or contemporary, this design is sure to please.

Available with a wood or glass top, this classically designed dining table features antique mirror within the panels of its wood base for a rich look.

Kitchen Trends 2016: Soft, Muted Colors Among The Highlights

by Robert Williams, Vice President of Design  |  
January 29th, 2016

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A recent article in Forbes highlighted 9 trends expected to come on strong in kitchen design for 2016.  Among them,  soft, muted color palettes.  As outlined in the story:

Trend #1 — Soft, muted color palettes. Good news if you’re already thinking about switching up your color scheme: Kitchen colors are changing, according to interior designer Jane Lockhart. Though white motifs will still dominate, everything from cabinets to backsplashes will be done in less saturated tones. “Charcoal, grays and even neutral pastels like pale blue, pale green gray and tinted whites are the new alternative to the standard white,” she says. She also foresees kitchens sporting lighter wood tones, including walnuts, whitewashed woods and white oak in rift grain.

Other trends include  smart spaces, even more innovations for integrated kitchen-living spaces and more.

To read the full story — http://www.forbes.com/sites/houzz/2016/01/05/9-kitchen-trends-to-watch-for-in-2016/#2715e4857a0b429b03729cea

2015 Remodeling Impact Report Highlights Key Reasons for Remodeling

by Robert Williams, Vice President of Design  |  
January 17th, 2016

NARI NAR report article 2015 Remodeling Impact Report Highlights Key Reasons for Remodeling  © 2009 Habersham HomeThe National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) and the National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently released their 2015 Remodeling Impact Report and it has some interesting finings.   As reported in Kitchen & Bath Business, the survey uses data about remodel costs and resale value from home improvements to examine  personal satisfaction from remodeling projects.

The survey looked at 20 remodeling and replacement projects to determine reasons for remodeling, the success of taking on projects and the increased happiness generated from project completion.

The study found that homeowners remodel for a variety of reasons, including:

–Upgrading worn-out surfaces, finishes and materials (38 percent)

–Adding features to improve livability (17 percent)

–Just because it’s time for a change (13 percent)

Post-remodel satisfaction numbers were high. After remodeling, homeowners:

–Felt a major sense of self accomplishment (75 percent)

–Found a greater desire to being their home (74 percent)

–Reported increased enjoyment in their home (64 percent)

These post-remodel results are  the types of results we love to see from our own clients!  To learn more, visit kbbonline.com and go to the story link —  http://bit.ly/1ZYwWqP

Featured Product | Classical Sideboard

by Robert Williams, Vice President of Design  |  
December 22nd, 2015

Classical Sideboard

For December, we’re putting a special spotlight on one of our newest introductions – the Classical Sideboard.

A study in symmetry and balance, this sideboard design can bring a touch of elegance and style to any room. Classical design elements, including arches and columns, offer endless appeal.

Available in your choice of hand-styled finish options, this piece can blend into any décor.  Visit the furniture section of our website to see our other new  introductions.

Fabulous Fall Introductions: Tivoli Single Door Display

by Robert Williams, Vice President of Design  |  
December 4th, 2015

Tivoli Cabinet From HabershamFrom classic lines to modern style influences, our  newest accent furniture designs  offer a range of fresh new looks for today’s home.

Among them,  the new Tivoli Single Door Display (23-1435).  This classical Italian display cabinet features 3 interior wood framed glass shelves and LED lights.

Large Cremones bolt lock hardware offers a striking accent statement.

Check out the “Furniture” section of our website to see them all!

On the Table: New Chelsea Dining Table Joins The Line

by Robert Williams, Vice President of Design  |  
November 23rd, 2015

01-3729_chelsea_dining_table_2 (2)Whether your design sensibilities lean towards formal or casual, classical or contemporary, our new Chelsea Dining Table is sure to please.

Available with a wood or glass top, this classically designed dining table features antique mirror within the panels of its wood base for a rich look.

Visit our website to learn more about this table and our other brand new introductions.

Fabulous Fall Intros

by Robert Williams, Vice President of Design  |  
November 9th, 2015

milano tableWe’ve just put the finishing touches on our new Fall introductions and invite you to see them all on our website.


From dining tables to console tables to bed designs  and display cabinets, we’re introducing a number of fresh new designs that can add a touch of casual elegance to any décor.  Defined by clean lines and transitional style elements, each piece is also available in an array of finishes and custom size options.


Among the new designs is the Milano Dining Table shown here.  Available with glass or wood top, this piece measures 96” L x 48”d x 30”h.  A 24” leaf is also available, taking the length to 120”.