Typical of this vintage home in Victoria there are interior walls where they’re not wanted.
In this kitchen renovation our first goal was to open the area to create better traffic flow and functionality. Fortunately the wall was nonstructural and easily removed. Closing off a small doorway and enlarging a walk through gave a much more user friendly layout and a large eating area open to the living space. Lots of through light is always a welcome outcome & truly brought the outside in, especially with the new french doors to the deck.
The second renovation goal was to bring a french country atmosphere to little olde Victoria, only with all the modern amenities of course. The combination of natural cork flooring (warm and comfortable), clear maple cabinetry, subtle counter material and chunky, rustic back splash tiles fit the bill perfectly. Updating the lighting with ceiling pots and under-cabinet lights give a wonderful, inviting feeling especially at night when softly reflected off the tiles.
We love our new kitchen! It was the best thing we ever did for our home.
Renovation can conjure such negative thoughts, but we had a very good experience with Ron, Colleen, and Bob.
We were very happy with the process which was neat & well organized and really pleased to remain on budget!
We have no hesitation to recommend the Rob-Ron team and have used them successfully for other projects as well.