Lindsay Konior and Sarah Keenleyside of Qanuk Interiors Inc. discuss how they transformed a small, cluttered space into a bright eat-in kitchen with an open-plan layout and lots of storage.
The homeowners are tall, so expanding the layout became the starting point for Lindsay and Sarah. To create an open and free-flowing space, the designers placed the dining area next to the large kitchen island, where a custom banquette is accented by a geometric brass chandelier. Unique accents inject personality, like patterned tile on the floor for a rug-like effect, a gallery wall and statement-making backsplash and custom range hood. Black-framed, bistro-style shelves are mounted snugly under the upper cabinets, while hidden cabinets behind the island provide secret storage space.
The client is 6'7" … Wtf?
So beautiful! Would you mind sharing where the barstools are from?
Tiled hood is a detail this room could have done without. It's one of those details that might have sounded better in idea. It's a detail that is too big for a small kitchen of that size. I get the same feeling, seeing it, as when I see overly pink tiled bathrooms or a room covered in doilies or a mullet.
Such a transformation. Absolutely beautiful!
Nicely done 🙂 Question for for H&H, can you share some ideas for remodeled rooms that are light bright and airy without the use of white, off white, ivory. I'd like to see how to make a space appear bigger and brighter using color.
Awesome!!! Wow…. What a difference!!! Love the brass boxes chandelier!!! So unique!!!
this is great work
i went u to see my worlking plees..