The renovation of this kitchen was part of a complete home remodel of a house in the Plateau Mont-Royal neighbourhood in Montreal. The Chomont family wanted to update their home with a modern open-concept design, while still integrating original features of the house.
Built in 1840, the kitchen was closed off and small. The architect worked with a kitchen contractor to maximize the possibility of natural light in the space. The new white kitchen has a sleek look with smooth, handleless cabinets that pair beautifully with the brick wall of the dining room and living room. The island with its anthracite waterfall edge really makes a statement! The work surface is equipped with a single basin sink and a hob that optimizes space, which is perfect for cooking. Floor to ceiling cabinets offer as much storage as possible to homeowners. Hardwood floors were installed to keep a uniformed look for the entire main floor. The traditional style staircase was also refurbished, to match the updated style of the rest of the home.
The General Contractor that was in charge of this project demolished the kitchen, removed a load-bearing wall based on a structural engineer‘s report, changed the flooring, painted the walls, furred the far kitchen wall and reopened the chimney, installed the pipes and exterior exhaust for the vent hood, coordinated electrical and plumbing work, and more.
Another successful renovation!
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