If you’ve ever endured a kitchen remodel while living in your house, you know just how emotionally taxing it can be. Ordering takeout seven nights a week and discovering construction dust in every nook and cranny isn’t for the faint of heart. To minimize disruption to her client’s daily life, interior designer Cynthia Soda took a strategic approach to this Toronto kitchen remodel, opting to maintain the original layout and laying new tile over the existing floors. The end result is a brighter, more functional space featuring mixed metal finishes and state-of-the-art appliances. 

Video and photography: James Bombales
Producer: Michelle McNally
Editor: Kelsey Pudloski


Construction: Sodapop Construction Co.
Cabinetry and millwork: purekitchensinc.com
Internal cabinet systems: grasscanada.com
Flooring: celebretile.com
Island bar fridge: danby.com
Coffee/tea cabinet and pantry hardware: berensonhardware.com
General hardware: ucshshowroom.com
Lighting: hudsonvalleylighting.hvlgroup.com
Fridge and microwave: LG.com
Small appliances: breville.com
Counter water carbonator system: aarke-usa.com
Stove pot: zwilling.ca
Stove: superiore.us
Custom hood design: jeffbakerwoodworks.com
Fireplace: kastlefireplace.ca
Custom windows and doors: fieldstonewindows.com
Window wall door: ostaco.com
Lighting and audio: control4.com
Island chair fabric: alendelfabrics.com
Window coverings: starlightdrapery.com, maxwellfabrics.com
Crown moulding: Classic Mouldings Inc.
Countertop and backsplash: quartzmasters.com (Calcutta Paris and Alpine Grey)
Painting: Final Touch Painting, “Grey Owl” by Benjamin Moore
Art: pifineart.com
Rug, pillows, candle holders: HomeSense
Chairs: sunpan.com

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