A big renovation for a big family
This was a massive renovation project. This Oak Bank farmhouse, located not far from Winnipeg, was transitioning from one generation to the next. With this transition of families a major transition of concept and style was also needed. The original kitchen was broken up into two smaller spaces, and the entire main floor living area was segregated by walls and a massive two sided tyndall stone fireplace. We completely opened up this space, removing all the partition walls as well as the giant, intrusive chimney. This allowed us to create an open concept, contemporary space the family.
The kitchen features grey brown maple cabinets with lots of hidden features like pull out mixer stand, trash and recycling drawer, and pul out spice rack. The oversized island and countertops are done with a beautiful white quartz that will remain stylish for years to come. One of the most exciting features of this kitchen is the backsplash. Done with simple white subway tiles, but in a herringbone pattern, and with a dark grout to highlight the design, it adds a unique twist to this new kitchen.
As this home was a family home, where the client grew up, this kitchen renovation was a huge and exciting change.