As a Winnipeg interior decorator, I often work with clients who are generally happy with the layout of their kitchen, but want to update the look of it. Sometimes this can involve re-surfacing with new doors and veneers if the cabinets are still in good shape, for others it can mean replacing all the cabinetry if it is worn out. For this contemporary 1960’s home in St. Boniface this was exactly the case. The cabinetry, which was original to the home, had served its purpose, so it was decided to keep the general layout, but replace all the cabinetry.
Located on a street that is one of the most beautiful hidden gems of the city, residents access their homes through their back lanes. There is simply no street at the front of their homes only a sidewalk that connects to the walking trails situated along the Sein River which is close by. Because of this prized location almost any kitchen could go into this home and the owners would easily see a generous return on investment.
This home was open concept. The living room area could easily be seen from the kitchen, so when it came time to update this kitchen we needed to ensure that the colors and furnishings in both spaces would coordinate. A lover of contemporary art, my client had a beautiful contemporary picture hanging above the sofa that could easily be seen from the kitchen. So it was from this piece that the inspiration for this kitchen and its colors came.
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