Galley KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Toronto

Photographed for Canadian Architecture & Design magazine, this galley kitchen is just one of the stunning features in designer Mel Quilitan's (Tomas Pearce Interior Design) home.

Inspiration for a contemporary galley enclosed kitchen remodel in Toronto with stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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violette13 wrote:Oct 26, 2012
  • violette13
    Thank you....for more options...
  • mmkm1234
    Black fox from Sherwin Williams is similar
narpin wrote:Dec 3, 2012
  • moorishidol
    What is the height of the microwave (floor to bottom of microwave)? I'm thinking of stacking 3 appliances like this, but it might mean the lower oven is really low and the microwave is pretty high. Not sure if this is a good idea or not.
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    Arnal Photography
    Given that this photo was taken about three years ago (I am the photographer on the project) I really can't given you a definite height in inches. That said, looking at the relationship between the microwave and the cabinets opposite it on the wall, presuming a standard cabinet height of 54 inches at the base, I would guessd the bottom of the microwave to be at around 5 feet from the floor. Hope this is at least a little helpful.
Francesca Mcgrory wrote:Nov 28, 2012
oscariba wrote:Sep 17, 2014
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    Arnal Photography
    Not being an architect or designer, but someone who makes a living photographing beautiful interiors, I would call it contemporary. Some may call it modern, but by definition that would be more a '70's vibe.
510lake wrote:Sep 10, 2013
toperuse wrote:Apr 27, 2013
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    Arnal Photography
    I am just the photographer on the project. I know it was designed by Tomas Pearce Interior Design in Toronto, but since I was shooting for Canadian Architecture & Design magazine, not a designer or builder, I can't help you with the sourcing on the space beyond knowing who the designer was. Sorry.
Cynthia Francisco wrote:Mar 7, 2013
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    Arnal Photography
    In answer to your question, no, it isn't chalkboard paint. The black in the foreground is chalkboard paint... as is obvious since there is writing on it.

    On that topic though, I personally painted my daughter's wall in her bedroom with chalkboard paint from Home Depot. It was a two part epoxy (I think) paint and it has held up quite nicely for the past three months or so. It's the only chalkboard paint Home Depot had, so it should be easy to go and ask for it there.

    Hope this helps.
kaedej wrote:Jan 19, 2013
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    Arnal Photography
    This shot was done several years ago for Canadian Architecture & Design magazine, so I have to rely a bit on memory and cues from a few things in the room. As I recall this galley kitchen was about 4 feet wide and CRAZY long (somewhere around 20+ feet)! It was very difficult to light because of its depth and there being nowhere to put lighting. Beyond that I'm sorry I can't be of much more assistance as I am just the photographer on the project.
Tony Smith wrote:Jan 3, 2013
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    Arnal Photography
    The floors are mable and the countertop caesarstone. Sorry I can't be of much more assistance as I was just the photographer brought in on the project for an architectural magazine
LauraG765 wrote:Mar 5, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    sam70
    Samantha Schoech added this to Color Guide: How to Work With BlackNov 7, 2012

    The black walls in this kitchen draw out the veins and texture in the marble.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    nizem
    Marielle Nyser added this to nizem's ideasApr 6, 2019

    chalkboard paint with a frame around it.

    audrey_melofchik
    Audrey Melofchik added this to 57th StFeb 16, 2019

    Dark wood bottom with white top. Mid century handles

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