The project consisted of transforming a closed kitchen into an open concept space, combining practicality and modernity, in a home in Dollar-des-Ormeaux, built in 1962.
The goal of this renovation project was to help create synergy between various adjacent rooms. The custom-built furniture in the dining room greatly helped unify the space. A large L-shaped island is a great focal point for family and friends to gather around, as well as additional counterspace for meal prep. The island also features a double sink, to help with the ergonomics of the space and allow for an exterior view while doing the dishes.
The kitchen designer married white high-gloss cabinets with wood ones for a classic and luxurious look. The homeowners chose quartz countertops for their durability and easy maintenance. This material choice also allows to undermount the sink more easily. For the backsplash, ceramic hexagon tiles were chosen to add a touch of character to the kitchen, while the floor featured large white rectangular ceramic tiles.
In terms of lighting, recessed LEDs were installed in the ceiling and under the cabinets, adding to the overall light and bright design of the room. Dimmer switches were installed to control the lights.
The renovation was carried out by a 360° Verified kitchen contractor. Among other things, he was responsible for coordinating all the various moving parts of the project, to ensure not only that the renovation would be to the specifications of the homeowners, all with the highest industry standards.
This superb kitchen will certainly help the Marchessault family make happy memories for years to come!
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