Contractor Dave Jurinic of Toronto Custom Concepts talks to Canadian Home Trends about a modern and luxurious, custom condominium renovation.
Can you tell us a bit about this project?
The homeowner spends half of the year in Argentina in a very modern home and wanted an updated, modern look for his Downtown Toronto condominium as well. The goal was to create a simple, modern space that was welcoming and luxurious.
Tell us about the kitchen’s design.
We chose a modern, flat panel slab door style for the kitchen, carrying the cabinets all the way to the ceiling. The doors feature touch to open hardware to keep the look clean and modern without visible hardware.
Can you offer words of wisdom to readers looking to redesign their condo?
Renovating a condo is different than a detached house. This condo was the last suite at the end of a long hallway and required a lot of planning ahead of time to accommodate limited parking, working hour restrictions and elevator use rules.
Where did you save and where did your splurge?
We saved by reusing existing furniture as much as possible which freed up extra budget to splurge on high-end appliances!
What are your favourite details of this condo renovation?
My favorite design element is the iRobot’s custom house. It even knows to go there when it’s done its job!!! I also love that the faucet and light fixtures in the bathroom are protruding from the mirror.
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