Transitional Kitchen Toronto - Symphony Kitchens
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Transitional Kitchen Toronto

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Briefly describe your business and the type of products manufactured.

Symphony Kitchens Inc. manufactured a wide variety of products. Our main business is custom exclusive creative kitchens. Since we work with local home-builders, we also manufacture custom vanities, wall units, mud rooms, wine rooms, bars and millwork. Our goal is to make each project exclusive and satisfy our customers with the service beyond their expectations

What materials/species were used in this project/item?
  • Cabinets made out of ¾ Classic Maple Melamine
  • Dovetail Under-mount Blum Full Extension Drawers
  • Maple Wood Mouldings
  • ¾” MDF for all doors, drawers and panels
Describe, in detail, the project/item’s construction.
  • We used 3/4″ MDF for all painted doors, panels and fillers.
  • Solid maple for moldings and baseboards
  • 3/4″ Classic Maple Interior
What is the most unusual aspect or outstanding characteristic of this entry?

Cool, calm, and sophisticated, this ultra-functional kitchen is enveloped in natural light.  For this kitchen, our focus was placed on usability, accessibility, countertop space, and a clean design that does not invade the space.  This transitional kitchen features white shaker style doors with rustic glazed finish island.

In order to utilize every inch of the space available we installed custom appliances’ garage, lazy Susan, magic corner, and oversized pullout pantries, for which we used heavy-duty mechanisms to support the weight of the doors.  All these additions allowed us to provide a much-needed countertop space to our client.  Last but not least, the kitchen features window valence with LED light, gas stove, fully integrated fridge and under counter LED light.

List any items that were outsourced (not produced by you or your shop).

All cabinet fabrication & finishing were completed in our shop. All cabinet boxes and assembly was done in our shop as well.  MDF doors where cut on our Thermwood CNC Machine. All cabinets and trim were installed by us. Plumbing fixtures counter-top and trims were provided by client. All Appliances where supplied by customer.

Please offer a brief explanation of how being a member of the CMA has benefited you and/or your business. 

Being a member of CMA give us an opportunity to learn more about our industry and where it’s going. CMA always has great networking organization that connects people on their great events where we all exchange information on business processes, challenges and solutions. By reading forums and all the great information people are sharing it helps to get a better understanding of production and pricing.

With design competition it gives a chance to show our clients our work and become more recognizable in our industry.


20 November

Kitchens, Transitional