A three-bedroom, five-bathroom home within walking distance of Trinity Bellwoods Park, it comes with a jewel-box staircase, Italian marble and millwork, and views of the CN Tower. The kitchen, by Trevisana, comes with quartz countertops, Fisher and Paykel appliances, and a six-burner cooktop.
All cabinetry and built-in closets were imported from Venice, Italy, by Trevisana Kitchens & Interiors. “Gian Luigi Ongaro, who leads the Toronto office, has been part of the family business from the beginning and launched here in Toronto five years ago, bringing a range of products I’ve never seen before in Canada” says builder Peter...
To create a destination, you can’t plop a couple of condo towers in the suburbs and expect people to come says National Post.
“It’s all about the clean lines in this impeccable space by Toronto’s Trevisana Kitchens. The way the dining table mimics the galley kitchen’s lines is perfection. Eschewing upper cabinetry and concealing the hood vent keeps the space beautifully quiet.” HGTV
“Our objective is to create a unique space that is reflective of client personality and lifestyle,” he says. “A space that our clients can genuinely feel comfortable in. A space that incorporates beauty, style and functionality.” says managing director Gian Luigi Ongaro.
See how architects Stephanie Vermeulen and Kelly Doyle, founders of Sixteen Degree Studio, coaxed an impressive amount of functionality out of a Leaside home.
Trevisana is proud to have been featured in an article written by ourhomes.ca.
A few weeks ago we were pleased to be mentioned in an article in the Homes Section of the National Post Newspaper. The piece featured a 6, 700-square-foot Toronto home on the market for which we did most of the interiors including a show stopping, custom kitchen.
Please call us and plan a visit to our Toronto showroom to see for yourself the difference that Italian design and fabrication can make, and learn more about how it can be part of your home.