As we celebrate a quiet Thanksgiving this year, let's make the most of this opportunity to plan ahead for the joys of hosting in our own homes again someday...
Joined The Chervin Family In:
- December 1996
Previous Industry Experience:
- Passionate about woodworking with my Dad as a child
- Started with Chervin as an installer then transitioned to the shop
- 3 years as the Chervin shop foreman
- Married with 4 children, 3 boys & a girl
- Middle child of 6 sisters and 4 brothers and have over 30 nieces and nephews
Working with other designers and people with new, fresh ideas, and attending KBIS every year
“If you think you can do a thing or think you can't do a thing, you're right.” – Henry Ford
Current Personal Dream Design:
Changes every 6 months – right now, Calcutta matte marble countertop - grey veining with hints of rust or green colour, matte finish; brass finishes, hints of black (on glass doors), painted whites and either walnut or aqua green stain
Happy this fad is over:
Golden oak; glazed, painted French country look (feels heavy – I enjoy designing with those details, but the finished result isn’t my favourite)
Softball, hockey with my boys, snowboarding, fishing at the cottage, walking with my wife and daughter and dog
Hobbies I'd Like To Resurface:
Working out at the gym, cross-fit, whatever my kids are enjoying
Lamb chops seared on the BBQ and grilled, lightly grilled asparagus, (paired with a glass of red wine)
Won a prize one for cooking 5 cornish hens with mango and thyme in an outdoor dutch oven
Jon Would Rather...
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After many, many months of planning, budgeting, designing, building, installing, promoting, and securing permits, the time has come - Chervin Kitchen & Bath Oakville is now officially open to the public! Special thanks to all the Chervin team for their diligent efforts in designing, engineering, ordering, handcrafting, and installing the many, many elements that go into creating an elaborate and inviting cabinetry showroom.
For years, our cupboards have been a place of hiding for all the things we do not want our guests to see. Those days are over! With the proper styling, contents, and colours, open shelving can not only be a statement maker in your most used space, but it can also be functional.