New Kitchen Design
I recently completed this kitchen design with a local Ottawa-based renovation company. My clients requested to have the wall between the kitchen and the existing dining room removed in order to create a better layout to include an island and to maximize the space in their kitchen.
In order to stay within their $40-$50K renovation budget, our clients selected a shaker style thermofoil cabinet door and drawer design in a ‘Woodgrain Black Bean’ textured finish.
The drawer box construction is a durable, natural maple melamine interior with full-extension Blum hardware with quick release feature. This allows our clients to fully remove the drawer for easy cleaning which is always a welcomed feature.
Thermofoil Kitchen Cabinets
I’m sure you’ve heard that Thermofoil is cheap! This is not always the case – there is a bit of a misconception in the market about this material.
What if I were to tell you “this material won’t peel”?
When you purchase your cabinetry from a reputable supplier and designed by a professional, thermofoil cabinetry is not only good-quality and durable, it is also easy to maintain, and is cost-effective. Now that there are texture woodgrain thermofoil finishes available, at a distance, you can’t tell the difference between a stained wood or thermofoil door.
My clients now enjoy that they have a dedicated area for food prep, cooking, cleaning, food storage, dining, and entertaining. The whole family can easily maneuver around this kitchen without having to worry about getting in each other’s way.
Shop The Look
Cabinets: Thermofoil Shaker in Woodgrain Black Bean Finish
Backsplash: 3×12 Pasha Marlow Glossy Wall Dessert
Countertop: Granite Kashmire Cream
Flooring: 12×24 Rocersa Burlington White
Faucet: Tarvo Chrome One-Handle High Arc Pulldown Kitchen Faucet
Paint Colour: Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter HC-172