Last summer we embarked on an ambitious kitchen renovation in a 1930’s Calgary inner city home. The turn around time was tight and as we started the demolition phase and walls came down and studs were exposed, many ghosts came to light causing set backs and delays. Renovations are never cut and dry, so staying open to changes and unforeseen circumstances is the best way to approach the update. We worked as a team to resolve situations quickly with as little disruption as possible.
The result is a fresher feeling kitchen with a better use of space. This new kitchen provides plenty of counter space, seating for five and a new floor to ceiling pantry wall, all the while keeping consistent with the era of the home.
Photography: Phil Crozier