How three Toronto architecture studios turned dark, dingy rooms into inspired kitchens
1. Kohn Shnier Architects
A pleated ceiling is the crowing adornment in this show stopping kitchen reno – but it wasn’t the studio’s biggest challenge.
2. Studio Junction
Featherweight slatted oak millwork and a cut-out window backsplash bathe this stunning kitchen in light.
3. Nelson Kwong Architect
A monochromatic kitchen with an endless island-dining table combo replaces what was once a rotted-out room.