Today’s kitchens are no longer isolated rooms created to make the essential “three squares” a day. Kitchens today have morphed into the hub of the home – a center of activity. We take the time to talk to you about how you use your kitchen. What you like about it, what you don’t, and what you wish you could have. Then we work with you to create the perfect space that’s both efficient and beautiful.

Framed Shaker

French Inspired Estate

White On White

Matte Walnut with High Gloss White

Bright White and “Vintage Blue”

Bright White with Plenty of Drawers

Bright Nautical Niagara-On-The-Lake Kitchen

European Laminate Cabinets in Open Concept Reno

Maple & Metal

Beautiful maple doors accented with metalized door mullions and back panels.

A Chef’s Kitchen

White & Wood Contemporary Contrast

Transitional Kitchen with Wood Beam and Stainless Chimney

Transitional White Painted Kitchen with Floating Shelves

Contemporary European Laminate with Matte Black

Combining the wood grain of these slab European Laminate doors with Matte Black Similacquer panels creates the perfect contemporary design.

Large Open Kitchen

Featuring a metalized hood, carved island legs, curved island counter, and glass transom doors – just to name a few.

Contemporary Matte Black & Gray Slab


Elegant Kitchen with Cast Travertine Hood

High Gloss Slab Kitchen with Full Length Finger Pulls

Ornate Painted Kitchen with Glazing & Metalizing

White Painted Perimeter with European Laminate Island

Metalized Accented Kitchen & Hood

Classic White Kitchen with Custom Herringbone Island

Simple, Clean, Hand-Stained Maple Kitchen

Solid Bamboo Kitchen

Brightly Lit Kitchen with Large Island for Socializing

Naturally Lit Classic White Kitchen

Contemporary White & Grey Kitchen

Open Kitchen with Exposed Beams

Transitional Kitchen with Metalized Hood & Custom Cambria Quartz Island Table

Contemporary Two-Tone Kitchen

All  photos are from projects done by Enns Cabinetry. None of the pictures have been taken from other sources. Select any picture to see them larger.