Umbra co-founder Paul Rowan and partner Marcee Ruby discuss how they created their dream kitchen in a converted, century-old flower shop. See how they took metal bookcases and flipped them upside down to make kitchen shelves. Discover the perfect accents that Paul chose to make this kitchen feel like an interesting bistro.
When designer Theresa Casey converted her hall closet into a kitchen, she made the most of storage but still included clean, open surfaces and a display area. The luxe cherry cabinets framed with brass recalls an Art Deco ocean liner cabin. See why Theresa doesn't miss her old kitchen, which was four times larger!
Anna Simone of Cecconi Simone Inc. explains how she equipped a 600-sq.-ft. Toronto condo for urban lifestyles. The expanding kitchen island, flip-up cabinet doors, and moveable walls illustrate the firm's clever approach to small spaces, and Anna explains why texture, not colour, warms up a space.