The Process

Inspiration process

Get Inspired!

  • Gather pictures of kitchens or furniture that you like from your favourite magazines and the internet.
  • Figure out your style! From contemporary to traditional, rustic to European, decide what fits your personality the best.
  • Make a list of things that you want in your kitchen cabinetry, like:
    • Pull-out shelving
    • light valence or crown moulding
    • Pull-out garbage cans
    • Drawer inserts
  • Don't be afraid to combine styles! Try European style cabinets with rustic accents like some barn wood floating shelves or island.

Design Your Kitchen

  • Whether its new kitchen cabinetry or a cabinet reface, we'll schedule an on-site consultation where you can talk to the kitchen designer and show them your idea book.
  • From the Greater Toronto Area to Barrie, we will bring the showroom to you!
  • We'll take measurements of the space and work with you to incorporate everything you want in your new kitchen or other space.
  • Take consideration of the 'Work Triangle'. Keep less than 9 ft. between food prep (stove), food storage (fridge), and food cleanup (sink)
  • Time to choose cabinet colour and style, handles, counter and accessories
  • We will create a 3D drawing of your new kitchen so you can get a good feel for it and make sure it's perfect!
  • When everything looks good, you'll confirm your order and it will enter production!
Design process
Installation process


  • After you confirm your order, we will arrange a date for the installation that works best for you
  • How to prepare for the install:
    • Empty out your cupboards
    • Keep a pathway from the front door to the kitchen
    • Know how to turn the power off for any outlets that will be worked on
  • What to expect during installation:
    • We'll go over how long the install will take during our visit, but typically they take 2-3 days.
    • We always cover your floors for protection!
    • There will be noise from our tools during construction
    • There will be dirt created, but our installers do clean up as they work to minimize the impact on your home