Mar 30, 2016
An outdated 1920s Heritage home gets a fresh and modern revamp
Striking fireplaceSource: Monic Richard; styling by Nicola Marc Credits: Style at Home
Like the rest of the living room, the fireplace is striking in its lack of embellishment. “I wanted the whole space to be sleek,” says designer Sylvie Masse.
Sleek and modern kitchenSource: Monic Richard; styling by Nicola Marc Credits: Style at Home
Sleek and modern as it may look, the kitchen is hard-working. Ample surface space makes prepping and cooking a cinch, and corralling clutter is easy thanks to the extra storage from the overhead and under-counter cabinetry. A TV integrated into the glass backsplash offers entertainment for cooks or those eating at the island. Visual interest is added through simple details like the pottery that appears to float on the ethereal glass shelving in front of the window in lieu of a blind.
Built-in storageSource: Monic Richard; styling by Nicola Marc Credits: Style at Home
A catch-all for cookbooks and culinary miscellany, the built-in oak unit along the kitchen’s back wall offers lots of extra storage and adds warm texture to the otherwise stark and minimalistic room.