On August 9th AyA Kitchens was featured on Canada’s top morning show Breakfast Television.
The segment was “Renovating your kitchen on a dime”, design consultant Frank Turco showcased a beautiful AyA kitchen island filled with a variety of storage options.
From roll-out drawers, cutlery tray inserts, to recycling centres and even a hidden gem in the toe-kick. [...]
The Interior Design Show West (IDSwest) was held at the Vancouver Convention Centre from Sept 27-30, 2012.
IDSwest is Western Canada’s annual premiere design show featuring 200 exhibitors showcasing quality products and services to an audience of industry professionals, architects, designers, consumers and media.
After all the planning and preparation it was finally time to see it [...]
Back in January AyA and Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting partnered for the 2012 Interior Design Show. The creation and end result was a sleek concept kitchen (Now You See It, Now You Don’t) that challenged condo living by maximizing minimal space.
That same kitchen is now in our Mississauga Showroom! If you didn’t [...]
Do you ever wonder what the difference is between Big Box stores and AyA Kitchens? or what about the difference between AyA Kitchens and Custom Kitchen shops?
So do we, so we decided to do some research and see how we compare. We got a team of AyA’s top sleuths and started our investigation by [...]
HAPPY CANADA DAY!
Canada Day occurs on July 1st, the anniversary of Canada’s confederation. The popularity of the holiday has been on the incline since the late 1960′s and has since become a nationwide celebration.
Canada Day is recognized with parades, fireworks, carnivals, outdoor concerts, and festivals. Many Canadians also [...]
Canadian Living & AyA Kitchens @ The Good Food Festival & Market 2011
The 19th Annual Good Food Festival & Market is back! The show runs from April 29th to May 1st at the International Centre in Mississauga (Halls 1&2)
Live Appearances by Food Network’s Duff Goldman and Top Chef Canada competitors Dustin [...]
Whether mixing, shredding, chopping, pressing, searing or caffeinating, we’ve got you covered with our first installment of great kitchen gear recommendations. They’ve become staples in our kitchens, try them in yours.
J.A. Henckels Santoku Knife
The word Santoku has Japanese historical significance meaning ‘three virtues’, and a Santoku knife wears its name quite proudly with its marvelous [...]