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 white, blue, brass & warm wood tones give the space a contemporary feel.
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Made for the Shade
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