With a vision to conquer cancer in our lifetime, the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre’s mission is to raise and steward funds to deliver breakthrough research, exemplary teaching, and compassionate care.
The centre is considered to be one of the top five cancer research facilities in the world.
Garage Living is proud to be a supporter of the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation Lottery.
The Princess Margaret Lottery Grand prize is a show home located in Kleinburg at 2 Spicewood Crescent. This outstanding home is fully furnished, professionally decorated, landscaped, and comes complete with a Garage Living custom interior of cabinetry, flooring, and organizers.
The entry to the garage is through an impressive auto courtyard. As you enter the garage you experience luxury the moment you arrive. This Garage Living garage is an extension of the home’s color pallet. Neutral colors with hits of contrasting color offer spectacular visual appeal.
Grey colored linear slatwall surrounds the upper perimeter of the walls, while the metal diamond plate surrounds the lower perimeter walls. The texture of the diamond plate is an extension of the many textural treatments and paneled walls inside the home.
The maple countertop is an inviting work surface coordinating against dark grey metal cabinetry. The symmetry of the cabinetry establishes balance and harmony.
Two tall double door cabinets bracket the expansive wall. Additional lower cabinets and drawers provide plentiful storage space with effortless access.
Light floods into the space through three over-sized windows. A Floortex™ floor coating is the ultimate durable and stylish surface. The lucky winner of this luxurious home will be welcomed home in serene luxury!
Garage Living Project Specifications
Floortex™ floor coating color: Nightfall Cabinetry: GL Signature line Cabinetry specifications: 18-gauge steel, full-length built-in door handles Cabinetry color: Dark grey with black trim Countertop: Maple butcher block
Wall paint: Pewter, 2121.30, Benjamin Moore
Doors and trim paint: Deep Space, 2125.20, Benjamin Moore