James Flynn, owner of Greyhorne Interiors in Ottawa, let me know that in addition to representing Team 7’s furniture lines, Greyhorne now carries its kitchen cabinets as well. The cabinets are made with the same care and precision as its furniture, and, like its furniture, all efforts are taken to lighten the company’s environmental footprint.
All their designs have sleek, modern lines. Greyhorne carries four Team 7 lines:
K7: The highlight of this kitchen is the island with an adjustable counter top that goes from 74cm to 114cm at the push of a button. This allows for a worktop, table or bar seating and is seen as ideal for an open concept living area. In the counter top’s lowest position, it covers the sink and retracted fixtures.
Vao: Upper and lower cabinets are framed in contrasting material to show off the wood of the cabinetry. The sleek design avoids the use of handles, drawers are opened from above, and cupboards are opened on the side.
Linee: This line of cabinetry is built with the wood grain running horizontally, which makes small spaces appear larger than they really are. This kitchen can be constructed from a wide variety of wood types, glass colours, dimensions and designs.
Loft: A modern country kitchen built from a variety of woods, however, oak or wild walnut exhibit the natural qualities of this design the best.
Design: All kitchens are designed with the staff at Greyhorne Interiors. Please contact Greyhorne for more information.
Cost: The cost for design and installation is about the same as other high-end European kitchen company, such as Scavolini or Bulthaup.
Timing: Once the design is finalized it takes approximately 12-16 weeks to make and ship to Canada. Installation will take another few days, assuming the kitchen area is finished to the point of readiness for the cabinetry.
As with all Team 7 furniture, sustainable practices are a priority. The company has received ISO 9001 and 14001 certification as well as the Austrian Ecology mark. You can read Team 7’s sustainability report here.