Slideshow: Cameo Kitchens adds crowning touch to 4 The Kingsway cabinetry
February 28, 2021 | 6:56 pm UTC
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4 The Kingsway is a neoclassical mid-rise condominium with an iconic Parisian apartment vibe.

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Cameo Kitchens & Fine Cabinetry manufactured custom kitchen cabinets for the 30 units of 4 The Kingsway.

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The open-space floorplan allows a view of the kitchen from the livingroom.

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The master bathroom vanities sport custom paneled doors with a nickel finish metal base. 

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TORONTO – When the A&D team design behind developing the new landmark 4 The Kingsway condominiums needed a cabinetmaker to fulfill their vision, they turned to a familiar go-to source: Cameo Kitchens & Fine Cabinetry.

Cameo Kitchens employs 60 people at its 40,000-square-foot plant in Toronto. The company has built a nearly 40-year legacy manufacturing custom cabinets for some of the finest homes and boutique living condominiums in the greater Toronto area. Its core principle is “Never abandon hand craftsmanship in favor of the mass produced.”
 

Marwin Rizek, founder and owner of Cameo Kitchens & Fine Cabinetry

“We’ve worked with Cameo for many years and they were a great fit for 4 The Kingsway,” said Brian Gluckstein, interior designer of the project. “They’ve adapted to the different design aesthetics for the purchasers and provided them with the quality and service they expect.”

Cameo Kitchens was contracted to produce luxury kitchens and baths for 30 units of 4 The Kingsway, located in Toronto’s historic Old Mill area. The neoclassical, mid-rise condominium is styled as an iconic Parisian apartment building.

Marwan Rizek, founder and principal of Cameo Kitchens, said the cabinets were “uniquely manufactured” by his company. with custom paneled doors and a custom lacquered finish.

“We proudly design and build all our cabinetry for an exceptional high-quality touch, specific to the designer’s requirements,” Rizek said. “By featuring custom paneling details in the cabinetry, it complements the rest of the kitchen's design with the three-piece crown moulding and furniture base of the kitchen island. Ultimately, the cabinetry mirrors the exterior's neoclassical style.”

Rizek noted that Cameo Kitchens manufactured master bathroom vanities also sport custom paneled doors with a nickel finish metal base.

Cameo Kitchens used quartz stone and Caesarstone supplied by Select Surfaces of Maple, Ontario, for countertops. “Both were chosen with the clients in mind for their elegant appearance, durability, and low maintenance,” Rizek said.

“We are proud that this project is the only of its kind in The Kingsway neighborhood,” Rizek said. “We were thrilled to work alongside very prominent architect Richard Wengle and interior designer Brian Gluckstein known to create beautiful spaces in the city. We truly feel 4 The Kingsway will be recognized as a signature statement condominium and elegant living environment for years to come.”

Wengle said he is extremely satisfied with the results of Cameo’s artisanship to the kitchens and master baths of 4 The Kingsway. “We’ve worked with Cameo for over 20 years and they are amazing. Marwan has always been a consummate professional with a great design sense, and was innovative in helping us understand the best product for the space and what our clients expect. Cameo’s team understand the high-end and continually evolve in looking for new solutions and creative ways to accommodate clients.”

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