This beautiful kitchen is far from the previous kitchen that was in the home. Originally the kitchen was a small room with cabinets packed tightly into it. After owning the house for 25+ years the owners where ready for a change and decieded that it was best to create one large room instead of having a kitchen/living room on the main floor of their home. They removed the center \"non load bearing\" and had a large room that is 28\' wide and 25\' deep. The kitchen features Shaker style cabinetry with an off-white pigmented lacquer finish and a Cherry Island an bar cabinet.
After hearing about my work from the neighbor across the road, this customer contacted me with the hopes that I could modernize their current dated kitchen with the hopes it would help with the current resale of the house...they were totally amazed at how it turned out! The kitchen features a modified "shaker style" painted doors and drawer fronts. The "modified" profile is the simple little "V" grove that makes a painted shaker door look like that of a traditional 5 piece door. With its off-white pigmented lacquer and simple straight lines and beautiful granite countertops the home owners no longer have a dated kitchen!
This 150+ year old house in the Orangeville area featured a very large kitchen area with a very interesting floor plan to say the least. With its many short wall protrusions that where triple bricked construction and load bearing, to its load bearing columns in the center of the kitchen area, it was defiantly a designers worst nightmare in order to try to find some way of making the kitchen cabinets work in the allowable space yet be exactly what the customer was dreaming of. In the end, I was able to come up with a design that not only allowed for the many in’s and outs of the walls, but added to the very detail of the kitchen and the customer is astatic about how it turned out and so am I! I have also attached some of the \"before\" pictures of the area
I named this kitchen after the paint colour of the cabinetry "Benjamin Moore's Deep in Thought". When I first saw the supplied paint chip from the customer I thought it was a strange name, now that the kitchen is finished...I find myself lost for words when looking at this amazing kitchen and the customer’s love how it fits right into their new home...like it was meant to be!!!
This was one of the most challenging kitchen installations I have ever done. Both the floor and ceiling were falling from one side to the other by almost two inches but remained parallel. Not being able to fix this otherwise very well built home, the only option was for me to do the very best I could with the toe kick, base moulding and crown moulding to create the perfect kitchen that in the end...you didn’t even know there was an issue. The final results, after many long hours was exactly what we hoped for and the customer was more than amazed at the outcome.
Located in the heart of beautiful Elora, Ontario, this Limestone, Century home’s owners wanted a kitchen would represent the homes original character built so long ago. After some searching I was able to reproduce almost an exact replica of the style of cabinetry that was found in upper class homes in the turn of the century. With beaded, inset, face frame cabinetry, shaker style doors and a white painted finish...this brand new kitchen looks like it has been in the home forever!