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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...

Organize Your Kitchen for School Success

Organize Your Kitchen for School Success

Back to School Time! September means it's time to head back to school. It's time to organize pencils, binders, backpacks, and more. It is also time to start making lunches, attending extracurricular activities, and doing homework. Groan... Are you ready?! Before you...

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).

White Lacquer Shaker

White Lacquer Shaker

We went from a 1960s knotty pine, to a more reasonable white lacquer shaker (10200 style) with a laminate counter and a timeless subway 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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