This project consisted of giving an old, outdated kitchen a new life. This single-family home’s kitchen needed to have a new look that allied a modern style with elegance. Although the Moyse family’s kitchen had the necessities and was functional, it’s layout didn’t allow it to fulfill its full potential.
To completely renew the space’s look and make it seem bigger, the homeowners decided to go for an open concept kitchen that provides access to the dining area and the living room. The old counter has been replaced by a big quartz kitchen island that doubles as a two-seat lunch counter. It’s made of wood veneer and a wine rack was also added to the island. The new kitchen also has white melamine storage spaces, and cabinet doors and panels with thermoplastic finishing which look great and are rather durable. Blumotion systems have also been put into place and shock absorbers, the Aventos HK lift system, as well as a Euro-Cargo sliding waste bin have been integrated for practicality.
The rectangular tiles used for the backsplash complement the white thermoplastic and wood used. Shelving was also integrated to showcase the nicer cooking accessories. At the same time, it makes the space look incredible trendy. Long stainless steel door knobs were only installed on the bottom drawers and cabinet doors to give the space a sleek look.
The work behind this remodel included demolition, electrical work, plumbing, flooring installation (pre-varnished wood) and much more!
The Verified Contractor that was chosen for this project also provided access to designer and their team, which allows the customers to benefit from their advice and helped them bring their dream kitchen to life.
Congratulations for this project taht won the Domus Prize 2020!