Who we did it for:
The Tessier/Waggoner Family
Why we did it:
The existing kitchen in this 1931 home was completed (as a quick fix) when the clients purchased the home. The footprint was small so they used space saving strategies to maximize their workspace & storage. The kitchen worked for many years but it was time for an update. The goals for the new kitchen were to include additional workspace & storage, improved lighting, and create a functional layout for ease of movement, tasks & entertaining.
In our new plan we opened up the wall between the kitchen & the dining room, and opened up the main entrance to create a stronger focal point. As part of the millwork design we created a custom barn-wood pantry, a large island with concrete countertops, and a banquette seat with a custom barn-wood table that height adjusts from a coffee table to a dining table.
The main attraction of this renovation was the use of local products & materials that brought an eclectic style into this diverse neighbourhood.
What we did:
- Established the clients wish list (programming)
- Interior Space Planning for the new eat in kitchen
- Millwork & Detailing
- Lighting Design
- Finish & Fixture Specifications
- Furniture Layouts
- Contract Administration