Burnaby

This 2,250 square foot five-bedroom two-level home with basement underwent extensive renovation. New fir floors were installed throughout and walls were repainted in a cool and restful shade of beige. The kitchen underwent a complete transformation as ancient ceramic tile floors were replaced with a warmer slate, an old island kitchen was removed to give way to a new L-shaped counter with bar seating, walls above the new granite countertops got a new mosaic backsplash, solid wood cabinets replaced old laminate cabinetry and and stainless steel appliances were ordered to finish off the new arts-and-crafts style kitchen. The early 20th century vibe continues throughout the house and into the bathroom which features a natural stone + tile tub surround, new custom cabinets and crafstman-style lighting and fixtures.

 
 

 

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