Sumptuous & Modern Kitchen Update
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Release Date: January 17, 2011
Featuring: Cameron MacNeil
Channel: Home Tour
A 30-year-old kitchen gets a dramatic makeover with fresh fixtures, added storage and seamless panelling. Senior design editor Cameron MacNeil explains how moving the dining room entrance, opening up the space to include a stunning statuario marble island, and investing in rich details such as bare-oak floors and custom lighting make a kitchen more stylish and spacious.
See more photos of this kitchen in our December 2010 issue.
Cabinets, Altima Kitchens, Concord, Ont. (905) 760-1311; countertop, Designers Choice Marble & Granite, Toronto (416) 787-5600; flooring, Kentwood Oak Sanderson, Moncer Specialty Flooring, Toronto (905) 938-5578. The Palette: Bianco marble, Designers Choice Marble & Granite, as above; Clear Crystal handle, Dekkor, Toronto (416) 503-9799, 1-877-503-9799; wall and cabinet colour, Cloud White (CC-40) from the Designer Classics collection, Benjamin Moore, call 1-800-361-5898; weathered stainless steel, Perfect Stainless, Toronto (416) 533-5653; glasses, La Merceria, Toronto (416) 848-0057; cabinet pulls, Dekkor, as above; stool, Studio b, Toronto (416) 363-2996; sink, Cantrio Koncepts, Toronto (416) 240-0088; faucet, Blanco, call 1-877-4BLANCO; slideout hood, Faber; roller blind, Interiors Only, Toronto (416) 767-3666, 1-800-332-0397; canisters, Ribbehege & Azevedo, Toronto (416) 651-1171; diptych etchings by Tammy Ratcliff, Canvas Gallery, Toronto (416) 532-5275; drum pendant, West Elm, Toronto (416) 537-0110; custom dining table, Perfect Stainless, as above.
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