Your kitchen, the heart of your home, a place to spend hours connecting with family and friends!
We transform outdated kitchens by opening up walls and rearranging spaces, making your hosting dreams a reality!
Kitchens work well when they are both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
Create the feel you have been hoping for through impactful upgrades like pulls, backsplash, and countertops or a complete remodel of the walls, layout, and cabinets.
Our designers take pride in providing options and selections to reflect your tastes.
We look forward to working with you to create a space you love living in and welcome others into every single day!
The owners of this 1980s house were ready to modernize it. We began the transformation with all new custom cabinetry, a built-in pantry, Calacatta Sol quartz counters, and cabinet pulls in Champagne Gold. We also raised the floor on one of the two living spaces, removed one wall and cut down the other to create a more open kitchen/dining room space. To complete the look we installed new hardwood flooring throughout the main floor spaces, swapped out the wood-burning fireplace for an electric one with a tile surround, and replaced the old handrail for a more contemporary black one.
This downtown Edmonton condo got a kitchen renovation worthy of its location. We installed custom kitchen cabinets in Darker Frost, Pietra Grey granite counters, custom built and stained floating shelves, as well as new paint and luxury vinyl plank throughout the main areas.
The unique random-patterned backsplash was inspired by the green and yellow seats of Commonwealth stadium, which can be seen from the balcony.
The view looking into the condo is now, nearly, as spectacular as the view looking out!
Two, relatively, small spaces became one bright, open space once we removed the wall between the kitchen and dining room. The new island and pantry wall means our clients have more storage space than before.
The Moon White quartz counters have lovely hits of red-purple for some colour in an otherwise neutral space; while the subtle ripple in the pale grey subway tile adds beautiful texture. The new space gets a final, modern touch with a fun and funky pendant light fixture.
Inspired by the chic bistros of France this kitchen design uses classic elements such as black and white diamond-checkered floors, shaker-style cabinetry, and white subway tile. The custom coloured ‘Bold Blue’ lower cabinets, stainless steel appliances, brushed bronze hardware and pendant lights give a modern touch resulting in an inviting space for the creation of amazing meals!
Interior Design by Maria Killam
To create a dream kitchen in a dream home we began by removing a wall to create an open-concept kitchen, dining, and living space. Matte black fixtures and hardware are a beautiful counterpoint to Ocean Foam quartz counters and cabinets in Cotton Mist. The Oxford Grey island has a special drawer, with appropriate knob, just for the beloved family dog. Turquoise backsplash tile is an amazing touch of colour and sets off the custom floating shelves perfectly.
Interior Design by Weaver Design
This light and bright kitchen is a big change from the dated version it replaced. The upgrade in the lighting by replacing the sunshine ceiling made the whole space feel bigger, even with the addition of a larger, statement fixture over the dining room table. When the paint is called Shiny Lustre and you add classic white subway tile, new vinyl tile flooring, and Atlantic Salt Caesarstone counters the final product in this Edmonton home has a modern, classic look!
This white canvas is open for preparing food, gathering groups, playing games and making everyday memories in the heart of the home.
Removing the wall between the dining room and kitchen provides a flow for large groups to gather and access seating options in the dining room, island or kitchen nook, while also feeling connected to the sunken family room.
The white shaker cabinets pop with oil rubbed bronze hardware and fixtures. White quartz counters with light grey markings are framed by the pretty crackled arabesque backsplash.
Details like the hidden spice door to the left of the window, large recycle and garbage drawer, in cabinet pan dividers, central vac under island, kick lighting to complement under cabinet lighting, large island soft close drawers and endless storage spaces make this custom kitchen super efficient!
The railing between the kitchen and sunken family room was removed and a pony wall was built for custom bench seating with storage drawers.
The adjacent wall of storage provides extensive pantry options.
We removed the popcorn stipple and refinished the drywall to create a smooth kitchen ceiling with smart switch dimmable potlights. Welcome home!
For this kitchen renovation we created a gorgeous great room by removing a load bearing wall and installing a hidden beam — along with a bay window, three styles of modern cabinets, two selections of quartz and one granite countertop, stainless steel appliances and engineered hardwood flooring!
It took three beams to remove two load bearing walls in this main floor to create a beautiful open concept kitchen, dining room and family room! The quartz counters really compliment the cloudburst gray cabinets!
You know you have a great space to host and cook in when your Corian countertop is called ‘whipped cream’! This is both a bright and warm gathering space. We doubled the cabinet storage space by incorporating the dining room into the kitchen, providing a romantic eating space for this lovely couple.
Layers of crown molding with silver inlay detailing, 10” x 20” back spash tiles with a mosaic accent over the stove, quartz countertops, vinyl tile and engineered hardwood flooring, gorgeous stainless steel appliances, aged millstone cabinets and LED pot lights brighten this home’s central space!
This traditional kitchen with custom over the range cabinet, upper display light boxes and glass backsplash tile accents made this beautiful kitchen transformation a classy revitalised center to the home!
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