The Tara Drive Kitchen: A Style Update with Better Flow
This kitchen was given new life by refacing the existing cabinet doors, adding stacked upper cabinets, and all new finishes. A wall was partially removed between the kitchen and living room. The show stopping natural wood slab plays a huge role in the overall feel and design of the space! Full turn-key renovation with all labour, design and project management provided.
- Refaced cabinetry.
- Honed granite countertop.
- Cork flooring.
- Details in drywall ceiling to address beam.
- Lighting including in-cabinet, under-cabinet, and pendants over breakfast bar.
- Unique bookshelf detail.
- Stacked upper cabinets with glass.
When you are limited to the existing layout, it can be difficult to see a room’s potential. These clients approached us to reface their outdated cabinetry, but we took it one step further: we not only replaced existing cabinet doors, we added additional cabinetry in creative ways.
For example, we ordered custom upper cabinets to fit in the space between the cabinets and the ceiling, creating a beautiful stacked look! Adjusting the length of the wall by a few inches gave us the opportunity to add a cabinet on the right side of the range.
The client was blown away by how different the space looked with the modifications.