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Homestead Cabinet and Furniture

Full Custom Kitchen with Distressed Painted Wood Cabinets with Glass Front Doors.

Full Custom Kitchen with Distressed Painted Wood Cabinets with Glass Front Doors

Homestead  Cabinet & Furniture

Homestead Cabinet provides high-quality and custom-designed cabinets and furniture for our clients that crave that one-of-a-kind design in their homes. They represent a refreshing, new way of thinking and of doing business. They are a small business with relatively low overhead and work in a non-union shop with old-fashioned values. This enables JM Kitchen & Bath Design to provide you with a spectacular and innovative solution to your design needs while keeping within your budget requirements.

This stunning kitchen features beautiful white 5-piece doors and drawers, along with a rolling ladder and ladder rail to access high cabinets. The neutral color scheme of the kitchen completes its sleek, airy look.

Homestead cabinet kitchen with dramatic stove hood, two level countertops with eating space
Homestead kitchen with dramatic stove hood, two-level countertops with eating space

Homestead is a small business with relatively low overhead and is a non-union shop with old-fashioned values and work ethic. They believe that their price point is below that of comparable competitors. Besides our fully custom Homestead Line, they also have developed a more cost-effective line of cabinetry called “Heartwood” putting a Homestead Cabinet in your kitchen in all areas of budget considerations.

Homestead cabinets Colorado Rustic Kitchen Design with black and white distressed painted wood, center island stove and sink.
Colorado Rustic Kitchen Design with black and white distressed painted wood, center island stove, and sink

Homestead Cabinet and Furniture History

In 1987, the company that would later be known as Homestead Cabinet and Furniture was founded by Mark Humpherys, Randy Humpherys, and Kirk Bailey. With its humble beginnings in a shed in Randy’s backyard, it quickly grew due to the founders’ focus on high-tech and highly automated systems. In 1990, Homestead purchased the first CNC router system for cabinet manufacturing in the state of Utah, revolutionizing the cabinet manufacturing process.

Around 2000, Homestead began offering reclaimed wood, and, for a time, it became the core expertise of the company. This specialty product assisted Homestead in transitioning from selling mainly to local dealers to partnering with designers in cities throughout Colorado, Idaho, and Wyoming. With this transition, Homestead shifted its focus to extremely high-quality custom cabinetry for these high-end markets. Around this time in the mid-2000s, Klay Grover and Tyson Davis both began their careers with Homestead.

Stunning Custom Cabinets

Our designers just couldn’t believe their eyes when they saw these gorgeous new cabinet door designs by Homestead Cabinets. Perfect for a kitchen, bath, living room, master bedroom, or your entire home. You will really feel like the king of your own castle with this new design.

Painted black cabinets in this beautiful custom kitchen by Homestead Cabinetry
Painted black cabinets in this beautiful custom kitchen by Homestead Cabinetry
Spectacular Arched Cabinet Doors from Homestead Cabinetry
Spectacular Arched Cabinet Doors from Homestead Cabinetry shown with distressed black painted cabinets
This open cabinet shows arched doors in pecan stain
This open cabinet shows arched doors in pecan stain
Homestead Cabinet Rich wood tones accent this beautiful custom kitchen in Denver Colorado

Using Urban Woods

While it is true that processing Urban wood into “value-added” products presents some difficult challenges, it is also true that these challenges can be overcome. The wood by its nature must be processed on a small scale with a particular product or application in mind. It must be dried slowly and in a carefully controlled manner. It is not conducive to mass production. Homestead Cabinet and Furniture are among several companies that are beginning to use urban woods to make a variety of products. Homestead has a long history of using other types of reclaimed wood such as barn wood. The processing of urban woods uses many of the same skills and machinery as other reclaimed woods. An abundance of large trees grows in the cities and towns of Northern Utah. Homestead works with tree removal companies, sawmill operators, kiln operators, and other wood product manufacturers to acquire saw logs, slabs, and dried lumber. Tree removal companies are contracted to bring selected logs to the mill at Homestead. The logs are milled into slabs or into lumber. From thence they become heirloom furniture and cabinetry

Urban Wood Initiative – Green Kitchen Ideas at Homestead Cabinet Urban wood comes from trees that have grown in an urban setting that is removed from areas for various reasons such as Storm blowdowns, natural mortality, severe insect and disease damage, construction activities, and many other circumstances can change an urban tree from an asset into a liability. But what should the municipalities do with the tree? Hundreds of species of trees grow in various municipalities across the US. These trees often grow to great size and can produce lumber of very high quality and wonderful character. Unfortunately, they are very hard to process into lumber. They are of irregular shape and size and the lumber tends to warp and twist as it dries. This is why little effort has been made to utilize urban woods.

Homestead Cabinet & Furniture company is trying to obtain as many of these trees as they can to make them into beautiful cabinets and furniture for your home.

Milling urban wood to be used it beautiful custom kitchen cabinets by Homestead.

Milling urban wood to be used it beautiful custom kitchen cabinets by Homestead.Urban Wood used in cabinets manufactured for JM by Homestead Cabinets

Urban Wood is used in cabinets manufactured for JM by Homestead Cabinets

Did you know?*

Acres of Urban Forest in the US  – 20.9 million number of Trees in Municipal Landscapes – 3.8 BillionAnnual Waste from Urban Forests (cubic yards) – 200 MillionPotential Usable Lumber (bd ft) – 3.8 BillionTotal Hardwood Lumber used Annually (bd ft) – 12.6 Billion

Urban Lumber could replace 30% of demand!
Most urban lumber is buried or burned as waste* Data taken from publication NA-TP-06-01 USDA Forest Service

If you would like more information about these custom kitchen and bath cabinets please give us a call.

We have Four Colorado Locations to Serve You

JM Kitchen & Bath Design – Denver
2324 S. Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO 80222
(303) 300-4400
Showrooms Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Sat 9:00 am-3:00 pm

JM Kitchen & Bath Design – Castle Rock
1375 Caprice Drive
Castle Rock, CO 80109
(303) 688-8279
Showrooms Hours: Monday by Appointment Only, Tues-Fri 9:00 am-5:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am-3:00 pm

JM Kitchen & Bath Design – Colorado Springs
4557 Austin Bluffs Pkwy
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
(719) 596-9990
Showroom Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30 am-5:30 pm Saturday 10:00 am-2:00 pm
*Appointments are encouraged, however, walk-ins are always welcome.

JM Kitchen & Bath Design – Arvada
Arvada Market Place
7390 W 52nd Ave, Suite A
Arvada, CO 80002
(720) 674-6880
Showroom Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Call any of our locations or click here to have one of our designers contact you or to schedule a showroom consultation.