This North Vancouver home was in need of a major update. The kitchen was closed into a very small portion of the main floor of the home, blocking the light from the rest of the living area. Coordinated Kitchen and Bath made a plan and worked with the client to achieve what they wanted within their budget and personal style.
We removed the wall dividing the space, allowing the natural light to flow into the main living area. This allowed for a more inviting kitchen layout. A large island to gather around, plenty of seating and so much extra storage.
All the flooring was replaced on the lower level with LVP by Karndean Flooring in the colour Canadian Urban Oak. This created a cohesive clean style with a warm inviting colour palette. Going forward into 2023 and 2024 we no longer recommend grey flooring. These colours are dated, cold and don’t create a cozy environment. We highly recommend choosing a medium toned floor that avoids red or orange tones. This Karndean Canadian Urban Oak was the perfect flooring selection.
The main backsplash tile is a classic subway tile with a handmade finish in a warm white. The bar area has an elongated hexagon mosaic to add some visual interest and texture. The custom cabinetry is a very subtle two-tone. We selected Revere Pewter for the island and pantry wall and Cloud White for the other walls. These colours compliment the LG Viatera Clarino quartz countertops that have a subtle caramel vein throughout.
Below is a close up photo of the mosaic backsplash tile in the bar nook. They have various shades of white and cream throughout. These mosaic tiles add texture and character without overwhelming the design.