Dual Tone (White and Blue) in Brampton
Our clients, a beautiful young couple and parents of two, moved to a 15-year-old property in Brampton.
They wanted to completely revamp their kitchen space and enhance the utility with modern finish. They
wanted to get rid of old looking Maple cabinets and tiles. They engaged Altima who designed and built
new transitional kitchen and porcelain tiles flooring. With marble-look quartz countertops and matching
backsplash beautifully the elegant colors and finishes.
More Project Info
Location: Brampton, GTA
Size: U-shape Kitchen Layout 11’X11’X12’ with an 8’x3’ Island
Designer: Abhay Sahi – Altima Kitchens and Closets
The former kitchen was originally designed and provided by the builder. It had a lot of poorly designed and underutilized components like an extra space above cabinets which was filled with tall risers; less counter space due to vent duct hindrances; smaller island due to incorrect placement and wrong orientation; a walk-in pantry breaking the continuity of the kitchen U-shape; old maple doors and
standard builder grade stain finishes; inappropriate positioning for mechanicals such as range and range hood exhaust; builder grade 12”x12” tiles. The walk-in pantry had a regular door giving ugly look.
Altima Kitchens and Closets was engaged and the results are below.
Altima Kitchens and Closets removed the existing appliances, countertops, cabinets, flooring and island.
We designed the kitchen to add more counter space; realigned centers for mechanicals; converted the pantry facia to MDF painted finish to make it look like it’s part of the kitchen; suggested new appliances;
included a canopy for a rangehood insert; gave modern accessories like spice rack, lazy susan, internal drawer pull outs, glass doors for decorative kitchenware; an 8’X3’ island with quartz waterfall to include dinette with seating for four; modern calcatta quartz for countertop and backsplash; elegant color choice of HC-154 blue and OC-65 white from Benjamin Moore; modern 2’X2’ tiles; black accents in the form of pulls (handles), faucet, black dining chairs and pendant light above the sink; lighting for all the new stacked cabinets which replaced the underutilized riser space from before and last but not the least, a shallow-depth broom pantry.