It’s the heart of your home. And the centerpiece of your style. Your kitchen should be a place to gather, share and savour. A space that’s inspiring and welcoming. Not only a place to make a meal, but a place to make a statement. As the holiday season approaches, we look at the four kitchen designs that inspired us most in 2017.
Minimal and magical
This simply stunning kitchen by Winnipeg’s Dlux Design and Co features a beautifully minimal esthetic and a striking countertop with a waterfall edge in 5031 Statuario Maximus. This crisp, clean look pairs white and off-white hues with natural woodgrain textures, while geometric tiles and patterned metal stools keep it on-trend and thoroughly contemporary.
Interior Designer Christopher DeBoer of Sybrandt Creative brings a fresh and bright look to this contemporary loft kitchen. Caesarstone countertops and a matching island in 4001 Fresh Concrete, paired with lower cabinets in white, provide a unified base. Balanced with rich accents of walnut, brushed brass hardware and deep blue chevron tiles for the backsplash, the space has a clean yet textured feel. Its refined, mid-century modern style makes for a functional space that’s both trendy and timeless.
Small is beautiful
This sleek penthouse kitchen by Toronto’s Sheree Stuart Design makes the most of a small space with a design that’s big on luxury. Blending wood, glass, concrete and steel in a seamless and highly functional design, the kitchen includes five integrated Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances and unique custom finishes. The focal point of the space is a modern island with a waterfall edge in 4004 Raw Concrete.
Avenue Design created this state-of-the-art urban oasis in the quiet countryside of Stouffville, Ontario. The heart of this custom, 8,500 square-foot home has a modern, Miami feel with rustic undertones, creating the perfect space to entertain in style. With ample prep space and an airy ambiance, the design maximizes natural light with a downdraft cooktop allowing for an unobstructed view from the large, central window. Designed to bring an element of the natural surroundings inside, the large open-concept kitchen includes wide plank wood flooring and a striking walnut breakfast table integrated with an island in 1141 Pure White.
Show us your Caesarstone
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