Open & Airy Kitchen

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Runtime: 4:31
Release Date: October 1, 2012
Featuring: Cameron MacNeil

Cameron MacNeil reveals a galley kitchen he designed with a spacious floor plan, gorgeous marble backsplash and timeless KitchenAid appliances. Learn how he transformed the cramped closed-off kitchen by knocking down one wall, incorporating a large island as a work surface for the chef homeowner, and choosing fresh finishes like light grey cabinetry and durable white quartz countertops.

  • Sources

    Kitchen supplied and installed by: MONARCH KITCHEN & BATH CENTRE LIMITED

    Designer: CHARLINE BEAULIEU www.beaulieudesign.ca

    Cabinetry: CUISINES LAURIER

    Solid Surface Countertops: LATITUDE

    Contact: MONARCH KITCHEN & BATH CENTRE LIMITED

    (905) 686-2001

    mkbi.com

    Web Info:

    kitchenaid.ca

    Renovation: Lakeland Millwork, Andy Schollig 416 427 9050

    Plumbing: Waterworx Mechanical, Frank Facchini 416 859 9928

    Electrical: Power Electrical Contractor, Abas Delgosha 416 831 1951

    Flooring: Attard Flooring, Jim Attard 416 816 0491

    Tiles: Diamond Tile & Marble, Stepan Telishchuk 647 298 4178

    Painting: Precision Painting, Michael Augusto 647 588 8803

  • Credits

    EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
    Lynda Reeves

    DIRECTOR TV PRODUCTION & ONLINE VIDEO
    Sheri Graham Delagran

    DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
    Jason Stickley

    SENIOR PRODUCER
    Ryan Louis

    STYLIST
    Reiko Caron

    EDITOR
    Andrew Noddin

    WEB DEVELOPER
    Michael Kadis

    ONLINE DESIGNER
    Jessica Piekarski

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