“Nuanced Neutrals” is an urban-chic transitional kitchen design; a chef d’œuvre by Design Consultant Myra Flipsen.
Simultaneously in-vogue and timeless, this well-dressed, fresh kitchen design is one for the books. Deslaurier’s “Brookfield” cabinet door style, a 5-piece stile and rail construction door with a clean-cut 90-degree edge profile, provides contemporary appeal in "Wellington White"-painted MDF. Upper cabinets extend to the ceiling with a tasteful combination of soffit track, bulkhead trim, and crown moulding.
The colour scheme subtly morphs from bright white to darker hues, first with the kitchen island base cabinets in "Cement" grey, then with the floating birch shelves in "Shale" brown, and lastly with the hardware, lighting, and accessories in matte black—the whole room is masterfully nuanced in neutrals.
A ceiling-height white subway tile backsplash pairs bewitchingly with a premium Cambria “Torquay” quartz countertop by Urban Quarry. The polished quartz surface boasts a clean square edge and seamlessly integrates a sleek, matte black undermount sink.
A built-in deluxe downdraft ventilation unit makes cooktop use easy and fume-free. A walk-in pantry, accessible by a custom multi-panel door that swings inward, transforms the weekly grocery run. A custom double wall oven cabinet turns meal prep into something flush and fashionable. Tucked away behind closed doors, top-tier cabinet accessories like a lazy susan, a pull-out recycling centre, and a pull-out spice rack maximize storage, accessibility, and convenience all at once.
Daily living is a joy in a kitchen so keenly attuned to your needs.