This home was built in the 1980’s and retained all of the bad architecture styling of that era, including a hot tub in the master bedroom.
The house was gutted down to the studs. It was reconfigured and updated to reflect a current modern style with some slightly Spanish influences.
The kitchen’s basic footprint remained the same, however, a structural beam was reconfigured to allow for a clean island that focused on the jet liner views of the city skyline.
The original flooring was removed and the exposed concrete was repaired and polished.
The base and pantry cabinets were done in a wood grain melamine and paired with a custom hi gloss laminate finish on the upper cabinets.
All of the cabinets were manufactured in Canada by Columbia Cabinets. Pental Quartz was chosen for both the countertops backsplash.
These materials were chosen to maximize the budget as well as to give the space the high end modern feel the client was seeking.
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