Modern Kitchen Design on Pacific Dr, Toronto

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Demo, Electrical, Plumbing, Quartz Countertops and Backsplash, Egger Cabinetry, Hardwood floors.


4 weeks


Toronto, ON

Project Cost


Garvin Alexis Construction proudly presents our Modern Kitchen Design project from Pacific Dr in Toronto. This project highlights our expertise in creating spaces that are both aesthetically pleasing and highly functional.

Project Overview

Our challenge was to reinvent a traditional kitchen into a modern space that resonates with contemporary living. The design was focused on clean lines, functionality, and a harmonious blend of colors and materials.

Renovation Details

The renovation process began with a strategic demolition, followed by updates to the electrical and plumbing systems to ensure they met current standards and supported the new kitchen design.

Quartz was chosen for the countertops and backsplash, giving the kitchen a sleek and sophisticated look. We used Egger cabinetry, combining modern white drawers with wood cabinets to create a visually appealing contrast. The hardwood floors selected for this project bring warmth and a natural feel to the kitchen, complementing the overall design.

A key feature of this kitchen is the island, crafted with a combination of wood and a white quartz countertop, incorporating a built-in sink. This island not only serves as a functional workspace but also as a central gathering point in the kitchen.

The Finished Space

The completed kitchen on Pacific Dr is more than just a culinary workspace; it’s a contemporary and inviting area for cooking, dining, and socializing. It stands as a clear example of our commitment to delivering high-quality and bespoke kitchen renovations.

Interested in a Kitchen Makeover?

If you’re inspired by our project on Pacific Dr and are considering a kitchen renovation, we’re here to help. Contact Garvin Alexis Construction at (416) 432-3718 to discuss how we can create a kitchen that meets your style and functional needs.