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Go Beyond the Surface: August 2014

Kitchen Renovation, Custom Built Racks and Restaurant Design

Project Profile:
Eco-Friendly Kitchen Reno by SunHouse Designs and Harold Koehn Construction

Recently completed: a supply and install of two surfaces for a fresh, charming and eco-friendly kitchen renovation. The compact kitchen features timeless shaker cabinets, space saving double wall ovens and a unique built-in wine storage.

The homeowner selected the colour pallet for the space, with white as the main colour with cool blue walls and subtle black accents. The countertops are made with 88% recycled content and the Marmoleum floors made with 98% recycled content.

Eco Friendly Kitchen Renovation in Surrey, BC


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Custom Made Clothing Racks and Shelves
for McBurney Junction Furniture & Interiors

We custom made clothing racks and shelving units for the Fraser Valley’s best place to find one of a kind home decor, fashion and jewelry: McBurney Junction Furniture & Interiors.

Using reclaimed wood, tea stain wood and steel pipes, we worked with the owners of McBurney Junction to create four displays for their store. Here’s a three shelf floor unit that is 90″ wide x 39″ tall:



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Qoola in Kelowna
Restaurant Design with Finium FriendlyWall

If you’re selling organic frozen yogurt, it’s a good idea to make sure your restaurant’s building materials are toxic free!

We supplied Finium FriendlyWall for the new Qoola location in Kelowna. The solid hardwood wall panels were installed on the exterior and on a wall partition inside the restaurant.



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IDSwest in Vancouver: Sneak Peek #2

We’re only ONE month away from Vancouver’s biggest interior design event of the year!

This year, we’re planning to showcase a variety very cool – and always eco-friendly – wall surfaces, including these NEW non-toxic (formaldehyde free!) architectural wall panels made from 100% recycled materials:

Ecor Architectural Panels


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