Two New Kitchen Nation Showrooms Being Opened in Toronto and Vaughan

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Press Release updated: Aug 24, 2017 12:06 EDT

Kitchen Nation (, the GTA’s one-stop shop for kitchen renovations, has announced the grand opening of two new locations. The 6000-sq. ft. Toronto store will be located at 77 Samor Road, #3, Toronto. The Vaughan location [Unit#69] will reside within the Improve Canada Mall, the largest home improvement mall in North America. The two new locations are a response to the growing demand of GTA residents for full kitchen renovations.

“We had numerous clients from these areas seeking our quality product & services, but facing difficulty visiting our Brampton West location,” said Kitchen Nation’s President, Deepak Malik. “Located in the Caledonia design district, the Toronto location will showcase high-end cabinetry in Modern & Contemporary designing.”

Kitchen Nation’s current Brampton location (80 Clementine Drive, Unit 15) assists with over 100 kitchen remodeling projects annually. The new Toronto location is expected to triple that number with over 300 projects a year. The Vaughan Improve Mall location will offer exclusive product viewings & designer services to home owners.

About Kitchen Nation: Kitchen Nation is a one stop destination to shop for all kitchen renovations and remodeling projects. With our 20 Years of Kitchen Designing & Manufacturing Experience, we know how to do things right the first time. Quality product and one to one customer attention makes us unique and sets us apart from our competition.

Source: Kitchen Nation

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