Friday, August 30, 2013

Toronto Storage Wars Idea

One of our Toronto client's storage requirement was to figure out how to make the best use of this landing space beside their downstairs staircase for neatly storing their articles yet still showcasing that it was a custom built design that worked with the room layout

Toronto Storage Wars Idea
Toronto Storage Idea

You can see the integrated seating area, uppers and lower cabinets for storage of both big and smaller parcels, and the angled shelving that you can see on a 45 degree for easy access to their smaller items, pictures etc...Great storage design idea!

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Outdoor BBQ Island

After we finished off the setting up the integrated wine fridge and installing the quartz countertop on this outdoor BBQ island,  the owners finally had a chance to enjoy a meal and some nice vino on their new outdoor BBQ island.  (Thanks to PlusOneLandscape for their masonary work on this project)

The integrated built-in breakfast bar on the right side serves as a focal point for enjoying a nice BBQ meal while remaining close enough to watch what is still cooking on the grill, or one can just chill and sit down while sipping your favourite Merlot over some good conversation.

Outdoor BBQ Island Ideas
Outdoor BBQ Island Idea

Our advice to you if you are planning an outdoor BBQ island is to spend some time figuring out how you plan to use it and that will help drive the optimal layout and design to meet your needs....Bon appetite!

Monday, August 5, 2013

Custom Wall Units Toronto

Looking for custom wall units in Toronto...look no further...Toronto Custom Concepts can work with you to custom design the best wall unit for your family room, living room, office or any other space.

Check out the following wall unit we designed for a large home renovation project in a Bridlepath mansion this year.   This wall unit spanned the entire back wall in the office and included a roll-up desk space as well.

Toronto Custom Wallunit
Toronto Custom Wallunit

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Toronto General Contractors

When researching a GTA general contractor you must ensure that the contractors you are evaluating provide you will the following information:

1) Licensed Contractors (we are registered here
2) Business Liability Insurance (a minimum of $1.5 Million)
3) Dozens of examples of finished related jobs (that they have completed)
4) References (clients who are willing to validate the companies quality of work)
5) Online testimonials (with this new world of social, internet etc...consumers can be better informed before making a decision.  This is increasingly more important as it seems there are more fly-by-night contractors now than ever before)
6)WSIB Insurance

Good luck on selecting your general contractor for your next job!