Originally built in the Nineteen Seventies, this cliffside house in North Vancouver was in need of an improvement and update. The house owners, each visually-minded creative directors at gaming corporations, launched into a multi-stage renovation that added a pointy modern aesthetic with clear surfaces and volumes. The kitchen was originally a half-level down, creating a dip in between the eating room and adjacent patio. With the kitchen and out of doors area raised to the identical level, movement is now easy and steady. After spending a decade in China, a lawyer and a CEO returned to Paris with their two young kids and settled in the city’s 16th arrondissement. However, the 1,000-square-foot apartment’s cozy quarters would quickly turn cramped when the couple discovered a third baby was on the way.
Either we needed to take it off and redo the whole thing or attempt to paint it. We figured if it appeared horrible we were going to take it out anyway. However, this DIY kitchen project turned out so much better than we anticipated.
New Kitchen Cabinets In Your New Kitchen
Step right into a tropical retreat each time you enter the kitchen with this mermaid-esque, handmade backsplash. Organic, playful …