We’ve added some gorgeous new photos to our portfolio to share with you! This project was one of many that we tackled after the devastating floods of 2013. After the water subsided, these home owners took the opportunity to update and brighten up the water soaked main floor of their cherished Roxboro home. We got busy redesigning and envisioning a new look for them that was refreshing, classic and appropriate for a busy family. Recently, the kitchen of this home was featured in Western Living Magazine. You can read the article on line by visiting A Calgary Kitchen’s Fresh Start, but we thought it would be fun to show you some other pictures that didn’t make it into the magazine story.
We selected grey marble for all the countertops in the kitchen and paired the white cabinets with gleaming nickel pulls.
The existing windows in this kitchen were a huge feature!
The hood fan and upper cabinets were salvaged from the old kitchen. They were refinished and modified to suit the new aesthetic.
At the table, we paired navy chevron host chairs with low maintenance grey dining chairs.
A little extra storage and serving space was created with this fun upholstered console.
The butler’s pantry got fitted out to match the kitchen.
In the powder room a newly installed wallpaper adds personality.
A special thanks to the amazing work of photographer Phil Crozier for capturing the essence of this cheerful space!
Jacqueline and the team of Corea Sotropa Interior Design