WHAT THEY WANTED

  • A new kitchen that would embrace the home’s architectural style
  • A kitchen that could accommodate new, larger professional appliances
  • More functional storage
  • Wood cabinets
  • A kitchen island
  • Traditional style
  • Classic architectural detailing


WHAT WE DID

  • Re-designed kitchen layout to include a large island and accommodate all of their new professional appliances
  • A new lighting plan
  • Selected and coordinated materials for; cabinets, countertops, backsplash, hardware, millwork, fixtures and fittings and lighting fixtures
  • Specified cabinet glass
  • Tile layouts
  • New Millwork; casings, baseboards, crown moulding
  • New cabinetry for family room
  • Styling


WHAT THEY GOT

A kitchen and family room that is so much more beautiful and inviting and functional

  • A warm, inviting, beautiful and functional kitchen
  • A place where family and friends can gather without getting in each other’s way
  • A kitchen and family room that fit in with the home and clients’ style
  • All the storage they need
A ‘MANOR’ OF SPEAKING

Located on the banks of the river, this home’s entry-level builder grade kitchen just did not cut it for this home’s distinctive English style architecture.  White, cathedral arched cabinets and doors, in a budget cabinet line, with blue and white tile was so out of place with the rest of this home’s style it was a bit shocking the first time I saw it considering the other elements in the home.  That said I could really see the potential for this space to take its proper place as the centre of family gatherings and be part of, at least design and style-wise, the rest of the house.  With the changes complete now it certainly relates much better to the home’s architectural style and to the clients’ love of traditional European style.