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5 Lazy Susan Alternatives

It’s true… the lazy Susan is probably the most unloved kitchen cabinet accessory.  Why is it one of the most hated items?  This is most often due to past negative experiences.  Many have either grown up or lived with a poorly functioning Lazy Susan.  There were many bad designs and most were extremely flimsy and More...

Is a Corner Pantry Right for You?

Many Western Canadian homes in the 1990’s and 2000’s were designed with walk in corner pantries.  They provided tons of additional storage and were loved for many years.  They often have built-in walls (dry walled and painted) on each side and a 24” solid or glass passage door on the front.  Inside they can be More...

Measuring for a Kitchen Renovation

Measuring your space is the first step you will need to take towards a kitchen renovation/remodel.  Often, this is the requirement of the homeowner and you will need to bring in your preliminary measurements when you meet with your kitchen designer for your first appointment. Here are some helpful tips when you’re measuring for a More...

The 5 Superpowers of a Kitchen Designer

The 5 Superpowers of a Kitchen Designer There are many reasons to work with an experienced kitchen and bath designer.  Kitchen and Bath designers come with many key areas of skills, accreditation and abilities.  Some are registered Interior Designers, hold a kitchen and bath designation, have an architectural technologies or drafting accreditation. Some even have More...

Choosing a Cabinet Store

CHOOSING A CABINET STORE There are many types of kitchen and bath stores which can be confusing for those starting their renovation journey.  We thought it would be the perfect time to explain the differences to help you find the best solution for your upcoming renovation, as each type satisfies a different client and offers More...