Your home is your castle! BMC Interiors treats it that way, putting your family’s needs and desires first. We create the sanctuary of a haven you’ve had in your mind. The kitchen where it all begins and everyone gathers, the outdoor living space where you entertain, the sauna and steam-room where you find solitude. This can be your reality.
BMC Interiors has expertise in Architectural drawings so your dreams can be put onto paper.

You may have the extra area in your basement that could become a fun spot for kids and teenagers to call their own, giving them a place to feel safe, comfortable and secure. From beginning to end, BMC Interiors will help you make the right choices regarding your project. Designing your layout, your “Wish List”, budget planning, time management. The additions, kitchen renovations, outdoor living areas, wine cellars, architectural drawings, complete design are all areas were BMC Interiors has its expertise. Renovations, basements, custom additions, design drawings, kitchen upgrades, bathroom remodelling, post & beam great rooms, wine cellars are what we do best.

All these factors are essential in project planning. Design drawings are vital when obtaining the permits that follow the Ontario Building Code. Having the drawings designed by the person that builds your project enables a free flowing job that all trades can communicate properly and effectively.

BMC Interiors can create the exterior of your home, so you’ll have the “double-take” look with Post & Beams complimenting your gardens and surroundings. We are renovating at its best, taking pride in our craftsmanship and job sites.
BMC Interiors can design and build your dream renovation project from start to finish.

Architectural design and permit drawings, basements, custom additions, kitchens, bathrooms, wine cellars, outdoor living spaces, entrance canopies, wrap-around porches, saunas and steam rooms.

BMC Interiors services GTA neighbourhoods including Leaside, Forest Hill, Rosedale, High Park

Let your dreams begin today!

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