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Featured: Glenroy

Featured: Glenroy

It was time for this kitchen to get an upgrade. The island was small and pantry area awkward with room for improvement. We opened the space up to create better flow and improve the functionality of this great space. You'll now find beautiful Silver Wave polished...

Featured: Bayswater

Featured: Bayswater

Granite Alert! Dark Beauty granite with a gorgeous end-of-counter waterfall. Subway tile backsplash (textured for a little accent). Nouveau shaker doors in Snow White with black matte handles.    Click here to see a list of things everyone homeowner should know...

Featured: Graydon

Featured: Graydon

This was a 1950's home with the original kitchen. Refacing isn't possible (the cabinets are built in place -- to reface would be a very temporary fix). Plus, the kitchen was completely reconfigured with utilities moved and lighting added throughout.  How long does a...

Featured: Regency

Featured: Regency

Sometimes you need more room. A wall was removed to extend the kitchen fully into the dining room. Added a 7' island. New floors, new cabinets, new, new, new! This project initially started as a refacing concept, but as we talked to the home owners more, it became...

Featured: Symphony Crt

Featured: Symphony Crt

Refacing this kitchen - good functionality but needing a change. Something other than white - Turmalin! Corian counters (more of a matte finish than granite or quartz), a bit of an overhang on the back end, decorative kick around the peninsula. Click here to see a...

Featured: East London Transformation!

Featured: East London Transformation!

The original layout was terrible. Luckily, we had finished one just like this just a few weeks prior! We removed a non-load bearing wall, moved some appliances around, updated the electrical. All new custom cabinets, a Manhattan shaker Snow White (complete with...

Featured: Highbury Nouveau Shaker

Featured: Highbury Nouveau Shaker

In this renovation, we went with the timeless Snow White with a Nouveau Shaker. While we kept the counters, we removed the mirror back splash and went with a beveled subway tile and grey grout. Cabinet crown to accent. The biggest transformation, however, was the...

Featured: Cudmore

Featured: Cudmore

Time for an October upgrade! Open and fresh. Sometimes people want their kitchen to look like it's from a magazine. No Problem! Take away that ugly breakfast bar, upgrade the laminate to a beautiful Nimbus Grey granite, brighten things up with some overhead pot...

Featured: Erika Kitchen Renovation

Featured: Erika Kitchen Renovation

Just in time for the holidays. They’ve been dreaming of a white kitchen since they moved in over a decade ago.Take a look at this make-over. Let’s add our usual dash of functionality (take a look at the drawers), a pinch of lighting (under-counter work lighting), some total awesome (leathered granite counters), and a bit of timelessness (shaker doors and the classic backsplash).

Featured: Portsmouth Kitchen Renovation

Featured: Portsmouth Kitchen Renovation

Just in time for the holidays. They’ve been dreaming of a white kitchen since they moved in over a decade ago.Take a look at this make-over. Let’s add our usual dash of functionality (take a look at the drawers), a pinch of lighting (under-counter work lighting), some total awesome (leathered granite counters), and a bit of timelessness (shaker doors and the classic backsplash).

Featured: Whetherfield Kitchen Renovation

Featured: Whetherfield Kitchen Renovation

Just in time for the holidays. They’ve been dreaming of a white kitchen since they moved in over a decade ago.Take a look at this make-over. Let’s add our usual dash of functionality (take a look at the drawers), a pinch of lighting (under-counter work lighting), some total awesome (leathered granite counters), and a bit of timelessness (shaker doors and the classic backsplash).

Fossil Gray

Fossil Gray

A galley kitchen in a condominium. They went from a standard white to a slab fossil grey door with brushed nickle handles. Also upgraded the counters. While it's a laminate, it has a decorative edge and a superior finish - laminates have come a long way.

Kitchen Refacing

Kitchen Refacing

Sometimes, your space is good--you just want to update. Little mess, cheaper, and faster. Cabinets refaced and new counter tops and fixtures.

Refacing – Making a Statement

Refacing – Making a Statement

Sometimes there is absolutely nothing wrong with your kitchen - but after 25 years it's time for a new look. Here they went from slab cream-coloured doors to a dark walnut shaker-style cabinet.

Anderson – Chocolate Pear

Anderson – Chocolate Pear

The original honey oak (popular in the 1980s) replaced with a 5-piece Prestige line door in Chocolate Oak. Some additional changes: converting bottom doors to pot-and-pan drawers, farm-apron sink, custom vent hood.

Archer – Kitchen Refacing

Archer – Kitchen Refacing

Replace the original doors and hardware with something fresh. At the same time, we upgraded a few components and created a new kitchen. Cascade White with the 10000 style door.

Ferndale – Refacing

Ferndale – Refacing

If your cabinets are dated but in good shape (and you like your kitchen layout) then you might want to consider refacing. About 30% of the cost and without the mess and disruption of a full renovation.

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