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.
The article hailed the Trevisana kitchen as the “piece de resistance”, highlighting its unique features like the non-toxic, eco-friendly finish on the custom cabinets and the Italian-made crown moulding. This kitchen combined two distinct styles; more traditional Canadian and modern European. The result is a truly distinct and refined atmosphere dubbed by the Post as “antico moderno.”
Tulay white cabinets and a striking Calacatta marble island combine beautifully in this elegant space.
To see the entire interior of this extraordinary home, visit our residential portfolio page. http://bit.ly/2ril62X