Our client's wish was to create plenty of storage and to have a clear counter space for food preparation. By utilizing an appliance garage and a knife block insert, we were able to clear the counters. The full length pullout pantry gives an excess of food storage. A pullout spice rack perfectly fits a narrow space beside the sink cabinet. A lower corner cabinet utilizes a Le Mans pullout for cooking pots.
The large window frames the lush gardener's garden and brings in plenty of light. White painted cabinets, chrome hardware and quartz countertops reflect the light and lend a nice contrast to light grey subway tile and a slate-look porcelain floor.
And here is what our clients had to say about the experience:
"Build provided a thoughtful design and complete transformation of our kitchen. We had some basic ideas in mind, with respect to appliance and window placement. The designer took these ideas into account and beautifully maximized the functionality of the small space (11'x11') . She kept a tradional feel in the design to compliment the age of the house which was built in the 1920's.
The trades people who completed the renovation were skilled, courteous and had excellent attention to detail.
We were kept well informed at all stages of the process. We are extremely happy with the results and would highly recommend Build."
Catherine Cassidy is a Designer with Build in Stratford, Ontario.
Rory McDonnell is a General Contractor, Licensed Carpenter and Architectural Designer with Build, a construction firm in Stratford, Ontario, specializing in new custom homes and renovations.