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This is an example of a mid-sized transitional u-shaped separate kitchen in Montreal with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, quartz benchtops, beige splashback, stone tile splashback, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood floors and with island.
Nouvelle Cuisine Design
Nouvelle Cuisine Design
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Vanilla Flower

Transitional Kitchen, Montreal

This open concept shaker style kitchen offers an airy and clear environment in which the storage space is definitely not negligible. The layout is facilitating a fluid flow of circulation and the large amount of cabinets is the key to success for a tidy and useful kitchen. The different sections also offer many work surfaces where it is easy to prepare meals without hassle. A portion of the layout creates a psychological division with the dining area which demarcates these two sections of the house and makes them distinct from one another. The arrangement of colors between the decorative accessories and the general warm and neutral tones of the kitchen fits perfectly with the floor and the woodwork in the house. The tone on tone natural stone backsplash emphasizes the impression of lightness as it does not steal all our attention and thus allows us to admire the entire kitchen as a whole. Finally, the cabinets with glass doors also contribute to the lightened effect of this space and are reminiscent of the tiles in the windows. Come and see us at our showroom to meet with the kitchen designer behind this amazing renovation project