Kitchen, Bathroom, and Laundry Room Renovation in Toronto

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Quality Kitchen, Bathroom, and Laundry Room Renovation Case Study

Case Study of Complete Kitchen, Bathroom, and Laundry Room Renovation Project in Toronto

Home Renovation Cost:



Camila Tan

Project Manager: 

Roman Tchaban


  • Design:
    • 3 Months
    • Start Date:  August 20, 2022
    • Completion Date: November 19, 2022
  • Construction:
      • 2.5 Months
      • Start Date: July 12, 2022
      • Completion Date: September 30, 2022

Our clients, a family of professionals with 2 young kids, approached us to renovate their early 2000’s Toronto home to make it better suit the needs of their family. Although they were happy with the Kitchen layout, they requested that we update the existing cabinetry, and add additional cabinetry for increased storage. In the Laundry Room, they needed a storage solution for cleaning materials, and an updated laundry sink. They wanted the Basement to be a comfortable family space to spend time together, and for the kids to have a space to play.

The Kitchen cabinets were dated and starting to fall apart, and the Master En-Suite was dated and awkwardly shaped, with a tight walk-in shower. 

In the Basement, the HVAC bulkhead was awkward and unsightly, and the space was not ideal for the kids to play, due to outdated carpeting, and a lack of storage space for their toys. 

We spent time getting to know our clients to design a space that optimized functionality and comfort for their family. 

In the Kitchen, we kept the existing layout, but added a tall cabinet for pantry and broom storage. A new island was built with a space to accommodate a built-in microwave, to keep it from cluttering the countertop. The new white oak tall cabinets and island cabinets were complimented by light coloured marble-looking quartz countertops and the handmade subway tile backsplash for a fresh, updated look. 

Kitchen Renovation Before and After

In the Master Ensuite, we replaced the large, dated deck-mounted tub with a semi-freestanding tub, tucked nicely into the corner. The extra space this created allowed us to add a walk-in shower without the awkward angle that had existed prior to the renovation. The new walk-in shower featured a ceiling mounted showerhead, and a useful ledge for toiletries. We even had enough space to add a bonus make-up table to match the new double vanity. Both were custom built to be floating for a modern look, and easier maintenance. 

Bathroom Update Before and After Tub and Shower

In the Laundry Room, we installed the washer and dryer side by side, instead of stacked. This allowed for a long working countertop and upper storage cabinets that were custom built. Additionally, a hanging rack installed above the sink is perfect for drying small items, and the adjustable shelves and dividers in the custom built cabinetry will provide plenty of convenient space to store cleaning materials. 

Laundry Room Makeover Before and After

In the Basement, we widened the bulkhead to allow us to center the wall-mounted TV, and added custom media cabinets with floating shelves to accommodate electronics. 

The space was made more comfortable for the kids to play with new vinyl heated flooring, and tall cabinets with adjustable shelves, dividers, and deep drawers to keep all of their toys organized. 

Fixed Bulkhead Before and After

All of these updates provided our clients with a home that fits their family’s needs and lifestyle. 

If your home isn’t functional for your family, contact us to learn more. We’re the Renovator You Can Count On!