Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Pit Stop: CIOT Mississauga

Things have been pretty hectic at the Wilde North HQ with several projects going on at once. We have the Jeff Coat Basement Remodel in mid construction where we are remodeling the space to include an entertainment zone, kitchen, washroom and spare room. Then the Cedarglen Kitchen that started around 2 weeks ago where we are ripping out a 20 year kitchen and completely replacing it with a more modern & glamorous one. The Birchbank Basement where we are building a spare room and washroom for our neighbor. And the list goes on....

We made a couple of stops at CIOT Mississauga looking for hardware for the two kitchens we are working on and found some great options for future projects too.

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A multitude of faucets to choose from.........this was no task for the weak hearted. CIOT carries are a wide range of home renovation items with high quality designs making it very easy to find everything in one place.
More beautiful sinks and faucets to choose from. I didn't see many gold or brass options which are trending right now but did see this cool white option below.
A total stand out piece against the graphite counter top, I thought this would be a talking point in a trendy kitchen space.
This grey sink had such clean lines that I wanted it in our own kitchen which is also pending a reno. The matt look is what I liked about it and it had a soft organic feel to it.
Moving onto the tile section looking for back splash options my eye went to this pretty printed hex tile. I will forever remain a fan of cement tiles and have finally convinced D to allow me to get them in our own kitchen. Now debating whether we should put it on the floor or back splash.
This was a 12 x 12 tile with four prints in one - kinda like a faux cement tile. Came in grey/white and black/white options.
D took to this gorgeous wavy tile that we are considering for one of the kitchen remodels. He prefers large format tiles as there are less grout lines although way more difficult to install. This tile looked clean and fresh adding a modern element to a traditional kitchen.
This reminded me of homes in Goa where this tile would be found in the entrance or foyer balcony of old homes. I remember them being in earth colors of terracotta and mustard. Right? Designs never go out of fashion, they just cycle round every 10 years.
Another patterned tile with a cool raised effect to it, very suitable for a modern contemporary kitchen.

Here are some more CIOT tiles we had spotted at the National Home Show we attended earlier this year. Their lighter color tiles are absolutely stunning in design particularly this one below in grey and white.

On our way out D spotted these pedestal risers which are meant to raise your patio tiles if you are looking to build over an old patio. Very cool option to keep in mind.

A close up of the risers.

CIOT never fails to impress us with their high quality products and designs, and if you have a decent budget for your reno this is a great place to browse. Follow along to see more of our Pit Stops on INSTAGRAM.

You can view the washrooms we have renovated HERE as well as other work.

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