Kitchen Project


A kitchen renovation completely reimagined how this family used their space. Our client knew they wanted to stay in their home long-term but felt that their existing space was restricted since the growth of their family.

The original island did not include any seating and the kitchen lacked the function and storage the family required.

The opening of the dining room on the back of the original kitchen provided optimal space for the larger island, storage space, and beverage area while creating a more cohesive flow between the main level rooms. By changing the orientation of the kitchen and choosing a light colour scheme, the natural light from the two large windows makes the space look larger. Although the client wanted to stick to a monochrome colour scheme, we used a patterned tile on the backsplash to create a focal point and bring a unique look to the space.

Basement Project

This basement remodel took a previously unfinished basement and turned it into a space to entertain the whole family. Renovating an unfinished basement can feel daunting but when put in the trusted hands of BlueKey Design Build your dingy space will become a luxury hideaway in no time at all.

The cinderblock walls and concrete floor made the room feel uninviting which did not fit the client’s desire for a cozy family room. There also wasn’t enough light coming in from the small window, adding to the overall feeling of darkness.

By using open concept designs and warm colour schemes, we challenged the stereotypical cold basement by creating an inviting space. The first step was insulating, drywalling, and prepping the space for the new design elements. During this stage, the staircase plans were developed to be a focal point of the space. The clear railings and light wood were chosen to open the room up and a fresh coat of paint and pot lights were added throughout to brighten the space and provide maximum control over the light level.

Have trouble visualizing your renovated basement?  We use 3D digital renderings to show you what your dream space will look like before any work is started.

Kitchen and Living Room Project

This couple came to us unhappy with their main floor. They didn’t love the finishes the previous owners had chosen and felt the layout wasn’t functional for their social lifestyle.

So we decided to do a kitchen remodel and a living room remodel for their house.

Throughout the conversations with BlueKey’s Renovation Consultant, it became clear that an open floor plan and unique design elements were needed to make this couple fall back in love with their home.

The team got to work and installed new laminate floors, durable wood kitchen cabinets, a custom quartz countertop, and a one-of-a-kind fireplace accent wall. A pop of colour from the kitchen cabinets elevates the custom cabinetry. Hosting dinner parties and holiday meals are a breeze now with the newly reimagined main floor renovation.

Home Renovation

Whole House Project

The classic, yet charming, exterior facade of this home keeps true to its neighbourhood and surroundings, while the interior now gives a welcome surprise with its modern twist.

Although the home has received multiple house renovations over the years, it needed a little work to fit the sleek and modern style of its owners.

While maintaining the structural elements of the home this new design uses natural light and a neutral colour palette to create a homey yet chic feel to the main living space. By opening up the space and swapping out the dark hues for white tiles and appliances, the master bathroom experienced an extreme makeover that left it barely recognizable. By relocating the vanity and swapping out the built-in tub to a standalone piece, this bathroom has taken on the spa-like quality that the owners desired.

Living Room Renovations London

Main Floor Renovation Project

Our clients desired more storage space and a dedicated family area for their growing family. Based on their budget and wishlist, we recommended a main floor renovation to adapt the home to better fit their needs. 

The clients loved their neighbourhood and the character of the house, but with their expanding family, the space was no longer working for them. Closed-off rooms made the home seem smaller and it was difficult to watch their children in different rooms.

The first step was removing a dividing wall to open up the space between the living room and kitchen. Combining the two rooms and moving the existing door allowed for a better flow between the rooms. Up next was installing the kitchen cabinets and building the custom island to provide ample storage in the kitchen. Pot lights and under cabinet lighting were chosen for their simple but practical design and a beautiful quartz countertop ties the whole space together.