Project Highlight: Traditional Transformation

Our clients came to us looking for assistance in creating the kitchen of their dreams. As a large family living under one roof, they needed added functionality, but they also wanted it to match their traditional taste and make the space feel richer and more inviting.

We worked alongside Quadrant Construction and Waygood’s Kitchens Inc to create this one of a kind kitchen. The custom hood fan cover was created to match the cherry cabinets so nothing takes away visually from the stunning kitchen backsplash (onyx prima stone with glass pencil tile). We also opened up space to the dining area and enlarged the island into a previous kitchen eating nook (but we kept a small gateleg table and two chairs in the nook for morning coffee and bird watching).

The panelled appliances throughout add to the cohesive and traditional look we wanted to achieve. The stunning hammered coffered trough sink is the perfect place for food prep or keeping wine or oysters cold during a dinner party.

The customizations also included incorporating a large TV with running panelling under to match the cabinetry.

Our client also wanted somewhere for her older son’s to create their morning shakes without being in her way while she made breakfast. We created a butler pantry complete with its own sink, fridge, freezer and microwave and then added in this stunning green tile backsplash. We also utilized the space between the wall studs for a custom spice and canned goods storage as well as an “old school” phone shelf.

One of our favourite elements of this kitchen has to be the feature glass art from Flux Glass on the side of the fridge panel.

It can be seen from the front entry so it really creates an impact when you first enter the home!

See more photos of this Traditional Transformation in the slider below!

Design: AMR Interior Design

Contractor: Quadrant Construction

Cabinetry: Waygoods Kitchens Inc

Countertop: Cambria

Tile and Stone: River City Tile Company

Glass Art: Flux Glass Studio

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