Oak Ridge Kitchen

A true family kitchen, Oak Ridge features ivory cabinetry in a shaker profile with dark granite countertops. Enthusiastic cooks and avid entertainers, the clients wanted an open and inviting space for their family to gather around.
Kitchen and Hutch Design & Installation: www.paragonkitchens.com
Cabinetry: www.miralis.com
Renovation Work: www.rammik.com
Photography: www.tiakristinaphotography.com
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A custom-built hutch ties in nicely with the custom kitchen. It provides a seamless look to open-concept rooms.
“in dinette?” — teresajamieson
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A wide view of the kitchen showing the pantry, angled corner and the generous, well-place island.
“I want this fridge” — Amelia Gomes
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The range placed in the corner utilizes what can often be wasted space. The oil-rubbed bronze hardware provides an earthy accent to the white cabinetry.
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The custom-built hutch, continuous wood flooring and a similar colour palette provides a seamless look to the kitchen and dining area.
“island” — mjrmom3
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We created a shallow-depth pantry to transition from the main cooking zone - this allows for a larger walkway between the island and pantry, especially when the pantry doors are open or the dishwasher is in use.
“Inset range” — m_canada
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The linear light fixture echoes the simple, clean lines of the cabinetry.
“Jjkk” — doublearon
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Classic colours like black and white lend longevity to your kitchen - add trendy and personal touches through your décor and it can be easily changed up!
“like the bar at back of the island” — Jo Blackburn
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Shine and quiet glamour are incorporated through the white marble tile backsplash and the high gloss granite.
“Cabinet height” — spaine9
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A detailed shot of the beautiful contrasts between the white cabinetry and the dark countertop and hardware. The LED under cabinet lighting provides great task lighting and the marble tile is a perfect reflective surface for more subtle shine.
“backsplash” — lealee
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“Backslash” — mlfelix1
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The large island provides ample space for multiple users and functional zones. With many more helping hands involved in the today's kitchens, it's important to have enough counter space to accommodate everyone!
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“Cupbds right to ceiling” — kifiko
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Beautiful moulding perfectly finishes a custom-built hutch and makes it appear like a furniture piece. Wine racks and glass cabinetry allow one to display items while providing ample storage for kitchen essentials.
“Hutch and wine rack” — ymbernier
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A true family kitchen allows everyone to interact in one space.
“*floor” — shara soto
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“compact kitchen style” — Sparky Parker
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The large pantry was deliberately made shallower than counter-depth to allow for a wider walk space between the pantry and island. This allows access to the pantry while someone is working at the island.
“Shows angled cabinets similar to mine” — bondml007
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Dark countertops ground this all-ivory kitchen. The angled sink on the island perfectly complements the angled stove on the kitchen perimeter. Stainless steel and brushed nickel fixtures are a perfect accent to this hard-working kitchen as it resists staining and scratches are easily camouflaged.
“Stainless sink with dark countertop” — Laurie Anderson
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The old kitchen was a dated kitchen lacking in storage and counter space. It was also detached from the rest of the house by a wall with only a small doorway through to the under-utilized dining room. This kitchen was crying out for an island and for the wall to be opened up. After all, who wants to do all the cooking and washing up while the rest of the family were out in the ...More
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The wall between the dining and eat-in kitchen closed up the space and negated any storage possibilities that the kitchen sorely needed. An angled display hutch provided little storage and the clients preferred to open up the two rooms to create a larger space. The columns into the living room were a dated relic of 1990s builder homes. The clients wanted to update the overall l...More
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The original L-shaped kitchen was not a terrible layout, but it only allowed no more than two people to interact in the kitchen with very little counter space and work areas. The domineering bulkheads meant short upper cabinetry and reduced storage opportunities. The dated white appliances and brass hardware needed serious upgrades.
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