Leslieville Kitchen - Toronto

This Leslieville second generation home, north of Queen Street in Toronto, was built in the early 1900's. The footprint for the kitchen remained the same, but the cabinetry and mechanical elements were changed. The new kitchen features an island, which now holds the sink and dishwasher. And the most vibrant feature of the kitchen is the upper green cabinets which enhances the symmetry of the kitchen coupled with the stone and glass finger tiles.
Leslieville Kitchen - Toronto
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This Leslieville second generation home, north of Queen Street in Toronto, was built in the early 1900's. The footprint for the kitchen remained the same, but the cabinetry and mechanical elements were changed. The new kitchen features an island, which now holds the sink and dishwasher. And the most vibrant feature of the kitchen is the upper green cabinets which enhances the s...More
“Ikea quartz” — cbergen
Leslieville Kitchen - Toronto
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This Leslieville second generation home, north of Queen Street in Toronto, was built in the early 1900's. The footprint for the kitchen remained the same, but the cabinetry and mechanical elements were changed. The new kitchen features an island, which now holds the sink and dishwasher. And the most vibrant feature of the kitchen is the upper green cabinets which enhances the s...More
Leslieville Kitchen - Toronto
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This Leslieville second generation home, north of Queen Street in Toronto, was built in the early 1900's. The footprint for the kitchen remained the same, but the cabinetry and mechanical elements were changed. The new kitchen features an island, which now holds the sink and dishwasher. And the most vibrant feature of the kitchen is the upper green cabinets which enhances the s...More
Leslieville Kitchen - Toronto
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This Leslieville second generation home, north of Queen Street in Toronto, was built in the early 1900's. The footprint for the kitchen remained the same, but the cabinetry and mechanical elements were changed. The new kitchen features an island, which now holds the sink and dishwasher. And the most vibrant feature of the kitchen is the upper green cabinets which enhances the s...More
Leslieville Kitchen - Toronto
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This Leslieville second generation home, north of Queen Street in Toronto, was built in the early 1900's. The footprint for the kitchen remained the same, but the cabinetry and mechanical elements were changed. The new kitchen features an island, which now holds the sink and dishwasher. And the most vibrant feature of the kitchen is the upper green cabinets which enhances the s...More
“Light” — paulafialho
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