This two-color kitchen project was recently completed at 35 Balmuto, a beautiful luxury condo building in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood. Take a moment to appreciate the thoughtful functionality of this kitchen and the stunning aesthetics of the two-tone cabinets.
This kitchen embraces several of the latest trends in kitchen design. First and foremost, it showcases two-color kitchen cabinets. The dark cabinets in Carbon, sourced from the Opaco collection by our German partner beautifully complement the walnut cabinets from one of Canada’s top manufacturers Miralis. The use of natural materials aligns with a global interior design trend that has been at the forefront for the past decade and continues to be in vogue.
Another notable trend is the use of light quartz countertops. Observe how the high-gloss white countertop creates a striking contrast with the dark walnut and Carbon-colored cabinets.
Instead of being a dark element in the interior, the kitchen, with its white waterfall countertop, becomes a source of brightness within the space.
One of the kitchen’s standout features is the walnut cabinet with slim black-framed glass doors and a walnut interior. It serves as a captivating focal point in the entire room. Notably, it doesn’t just have glass doors but also features glass sides, allowing the contents inside to be visible from any angle. Integrated LED lighting enhances the visual appeal.
The choice of matte golden handles represents a remarkably successful design solution. While incorporating gold into interior design can be challenging, our clients, who possess a keen eye for good design, have executed it exceptionally well.
In terms of functionality, high-end integrated Miele appliances, including a paneled Miele fridge and a paneled Miele dishwasher, elevate the luxury of this two-color kitchen project and make it truly stand out.