Espresso-stained wood cabinets, limited counter space and a dead zone under the stairs made this Toronto family’s kitchen inefficient and gloomy. When designer Kasia Waloszczyk was brought on board to renovate the space, she knew she needed to open it up and add functionality. The area was stripped down to bare bones, and an adjacent bathroom was removed to increase the footprint. See how Kasia created this light-filled kitchen that’s perfect for cooking and entertaining.

Video and photography: James Bombales

Producer and editor: Kelsey Pudloski

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