Art Deco Inspired Kitchen
Toronto area homeowners, Rachel and Bruce were looking for a kitchen design that reflects their personality and style. Chestnut Grove Principal Designer, Francesco Giampietro created a space that showcases the clients collectibles and their love of art deco. The timeless kitchen features triple step moulding, classic bright cabinetry in 'coconut cream', (an exclusive Chestnut Grove paint colour), and a custom hood-fan modeled after historic art deco architecture.
FROM A SMALL FOOTPRINT TO A SOPHISTICATED MODERN KITCHEN
Clients, Leona Moore and Joyce dreamed of a kitchen that would work cohesively with the style of their open concept living space, showcasing their treasured collection of locally sourced pottery while having a sleek and sophisticated aesthetic. Rustic tile flooring with multiple grey tones and hints of blue was added throughout the main floor of their home during recent renovations. The existing tile flooring, handmade rich cognac colored leather furniture, and a dining set created with reclaimed salvaged boat wood, became the key style influencing elements. The challenges that Chestnut Grove designers, Francesco Giampietro and Cassandra Brandow faced, included creating a kitchen and dining area that conveys a spacious feel, when the actual 143 square foot floor area is rather cozy.
WHAT OUR CLIENT SAYS...
"After our initial meeting my partner and I looked at each other and agreed then and there, Franco was our choice! It is hard to pin point the moment we knew we could trust him. But in the end we did and our developing project began."