Scandi Kitchen on KinnaneContemporary Kitchen, Toronto
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To create a more open-plan living area, the wall leading to the adjacent living room was knocked down. A new pellet stove (which burns compressed wood or biomass pellets) was installed in the dining room. This adds extra warmth to the kitchen as the heat travels through. King-Smith also had a hydronic heating panel wall-mounted, to keep the kitchen extra cosy during winter.“The clients wanted something a little bit Moroccan added to the space, so we installed the beautiful Coco pendant light in the living area,” says King-Smith. Its arabesque shape and white colour work perfectly with the room.