Whether it's eclectic or shows restraint, the kitchen is a reflection of our lifestyle. It's often where all gatherings take place, whether big or small. That's why a kitchen's design shouldn't be impulsive. Because we want it to be true to your DNA and stand the test of time, Miralis excels in making it as intelligent as it is timeless. Our kitchens are striking and are built to last.
In its Bas-Saint-Laurent factory, Miralis has been making kitchens with an air of refinement for more than 45 years. The recurring launch of new exclusive products, combined with a cutting-edge vision and unique know-how, have propelled the brand beyond our borders. Every day, daring and innovation inspire every move we make. What sets us apart? Our products have as much soul as they do style, making us and our partners true creators of emotions through 120 points of sale in Canada and the United States.
Determined to do things differently, Miralis designs and manufactures 100% custom kitchens. Our modus operandi? Establishing ourselves as a model company, equal parts human and innovative, a bit more every day. Our artisans use cutting-edge technologies to reinvent themselves and take their know-how above and beyond current trends. No programmed obsolescence here. Quality and consistency at the service of durability.
Concerned by the health of the environment, Miralis positions itself as a leader in sustainable development. For us, the future is now!
- Use of California Air Resources Board (CARB) Phase 2 compliant products, to control formaldehyde emissions during wood processing.
- Use of polyester doors that do not emit harmful levels of formaldehyde.
- Use of solid wood sourced from local forests, reducing the environmental footprint and pollution associated with transportation.
- Recycling unqualified melamine panels for product packaging.
- Use of refurbished hinges.
- Winner of the Hydro-Québec energy efficiency prize.
- "Just-in-time" manufacturing in both the factory and offices, eliminating unnecessary waste from batch overproduction.
- Installation of heat-absorbing solar blankets to avoid overuse of the air conditioning system.
- Energy-efficient dust collectors (the most powerful in North America).
- Recovery and reuse of finishing waste such as solvents.
- Digitalization of internal and external tools: elimination of paperwork and reduced printing in our offices and at our suppliers.