Leslieville Modern Kitchen on a Modest Budget
This family wanted to take their congested, cramped kitchen and transform it into an open concept that included a breakfast nook. Like many young married couples starting out, they had a tight budget. Marjan was able to save on costs by salvaging the existing kitchen cabinets and adding new doors. He installed new red oak hardwood floors and white quartz countertops, which gave the room a clean, fresh and bright look. Pendant lights above the breakfast nook added a focal point in this modern, efficient kitchen.
Kingsway Investment Property
After 30 years, this Kingsway area investment property needed a complete kitchen makeover to highlight its hidden potential. By removing walls to create an open concept, the room took on a new life. New electrical and plumbing systems were also part of the project. Adding new cabinets and stainless steel appliances provided function and convenience and for that wow factor, black assoluto granite countertops and a marble back splash were installed. A new island is now the focal point of this modern kitchen, providing additional storage and a gathering place for family and friends.
Outdoor Living in Rosedale
This young family wanted to enjoy their back yard space by creating a walkout deck that spanned the back of the home. First, the small, old deck was removed and replaced with a full cedar deck. Extra wide steps leading from the back door serve as double role as additional seating space, and stairs from the deck create a flow from the house to the backyard. Flower boxes provide an attractive way to add visual impact and barriers.
Small Bungalow goes Modern in Toronto
This small bungalow needed a major renovation to meet the needs of today’s family. The entire main floor was gutted, removing old plaster walls to create an open concept. Structural support was added and the entire area was reinsulated before new drywall was installed. Plumbing and heating was re-routed and new electrical system was also installed. The new kitchen features black granite counters and an island offers extra storage and serves as a dining table. The clients requested a unique hand-scrapped, old-world walnut floor for impact and the red accents on the wall give a modern, designer’s flair to the new open space.
Bathroom Danforth and Jones
The original bathroom in this Danforth home was small. By gutting the old room and taking space from an adjacent room, we expanded the footprint of the space. A double sink vanity, white wainscoting and clever use of tiling and a large mirror gave the illusion of even larger space. New amenities included a rain shower head.
Improvements and Repairs. Front Porch Steps and Railings
These new steps and railings are an example of some of the small improvement jobs we can do for you. Outdoor stairs take a beating with our climate. We dismantled these worn stairs and railing, replacing them with new cedar plans and rails to match the character of the home. The new construction was painted to match the existing porch. This project was completed in one day.