Catherine's kitchen Suburban facelift! This suburban kitchen was taken from drab to fab with a makeover that removed a dividing wall, added a punch of colour in the cabinetry and luxurious feel with quartz. The space was a bit too wide for a classic galley style kitchen but too narrow for a fixed island. The solution was a peninsula for added seating and counter space and a custom moveable island that can be tucked into the corner when not in use. The colour combination of . . .
Holly's kitchen This kitchen is not singing the Blues! With a super open concept space such as this heritage home's main floor- there is nowhere to hide. Every element of this kitchen is on display all the time. With no space to be dull and a client who was game for something fun, we used Farrow & Ball's Inchyra Blue paint on the cabinets and topped them with luscious walnut counters. The custom cabinets by Benchdog Cabinetry (www.benchdogottawa.com) make use of every square inch of . . .
Joanna & Adam's kitchen A breath of fresh air! Here is another great example of the transformation that can come from knocking down a wall! A tiny, cramped kitchen was reinvented into an open airy space by removing the wall joining the kitchen and dining room. This allowed for the expansion of counter surfaces, introduction of an island and improved flow for the whole main floor. While not huge on space, the white & blue colour scheme make this kitchen feel like it has lots . . .