Located in Toronto’s east end, this home underwent some major changes including a new custom kitchen, new breakfast area, and an updated powder room.  The original kitchen was dated and awkward.  By removing the old cabinet from above the sink we were able to add in a wall sconce and create visual and physical space.   The pantry wall was unbalanced and included a desk that was rarely used.  By altering the bulkhead and designing a symmetrical cabinet layout we were able to design an impressive pantry zone with a tremendous amount of storage and open countertop space for serving.

The end result is a highly functional crisp black & white kitchen with stunning and durable quartz countertops and backsplash, easy to clean tile flooring, lots of surface area, an abundance of storage, eye-catching accent lighting and a glamourous patterned tile feature wall.   The open concept breakfast area was uncomfortable, underutilized, and in need of a proper lighting solution to accommodate the double high ceilings (goodbye floor lamp!).   It includes all new furnishings along with custom banquette seating, cozy pillows, and beautiful wall sconces to make it feel warm and welcoming!

The powder room was given a whole new vibe with graphic black and white wallpaper, a gorgeous marble vanity, new lighting, mirror and accessories.

Photography by Jules Lee