This home’s original kitchen was classically styled and was inviting and bright, thanks to two windows. However, our clients came to us, asking to make their kitchen feel more open and connected to the rest of the main floor.
A bright, connected kitchen design with wall removal ingenuity
To open and connect the kitchen to the rest of the home, we started by removing the wall dividing the small dining room in the corner of the kitchen. Upon opening the kitchen renovation to the rest of the home, we achieved our client’s dream sight lines and open feel.
The kitchen renovation is perfect for daily life and special gatherings
The large peninsula will be the favourite spot for holiday gatherings. Being across from the new wall oven will be the perfect spot for baking! The dual-tone cabinets feature rich oak-stained Winter Moss upper cabinets and painted antique white lower cabinets. The two-tone arrangement complements our client’s other furniture and wood finishes, while the creamy white upper cabinets keep the room bright and work in sync with the wall colour.
Kitchen design details described as traditional, with modern accents and elegant appeal
The kitchen design is rooted in traditional charm, but the cabinet edge pulls give it a modern touch. Other details like oil-rubbed bronze accents on the hardware, faucet, and peninsula pendants add an elegant appeal to the space as a whole.
A new glass display cabinet with an integrated wine rack and phone center is the perfect spot to catch mail and helps keep the rest of the counters clear.
The remaining kitchen renovation details include
- Vicostone: Elbert countertops
- Matte white picket tile backsplash from Ames Tile
- Mannington Adura luxury vinyl tile flooring in sand dune
- Delta faucet Coranto-style
- Benjamin Moore Manchester Tan for the wall paint
Our clients adore the functionality and love the blend of elegant design details in their completed kitchen renovation!