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Century Lane Kitchens has years of expertise in designing beautiful kitchens for any style. Our motto, Catering to discriminating tastes, shows that we want your unique tastes to be showcased in the cabinets throughout your house.

Read about our showcased projects below. Just click on the image to go to that project's gallery.

The kitchen in this house features maple wood cabinets in our gallery1slate stain with Vienna style doors. Granite countertops finish off the kitchen with a polished look. The laundry and three bathroom vanities carry the same theme throughout the rest of the house. In the garage, grey melamine Apollo-style doors with a wood grain create a space equally suited for a small office or an organized work bench.

 

This house showcases Rome Satin PVC doors in Antique White. gallery1The dark granite countertops and tuscany-stained rustic birch wood of the island nicely complement the rest of the kitchen cabinets. The three bathroom vanities and the basement wet bar continue using rustic birch wood with tuscany stain and feature Yale-style doors. The laundry brings back the Antique White colour with Parc PVC doors.

In the kitchen of this house, the island’s dark tuscany stain gallery1on Yale maple wood doors contrasts nicely with the Antique White Paris PVC cabinets surrounding it. The three bathroom vanities and the laundry carry on the light theme of the house with the same Antique White hue on Paris PVC doors. The cabinets surrounding the fireplace add another contrast with our dark tuscany stain on maple Yale doors.

 

This kitchen gets its homey look from frontier stain on cherry gallery1wood. A stone arch above the stove accents the London style doors for an outdoor feel. A small hutch nearby features with Yale style doors with slate stain on beech wood. The vanities carry out that same darker look to the bathrooms. The laundry shows off antique white PVC cabinets on Paris style doors.


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