Location: Montreal, Quebec
Design service: Open plan design concept, custom cushions, accessories, lighting plan and purchases, custom window treatment, colour palette and finishes consultation, trades recruitment and negotiations, project management.
Materials used: Sherwin Williams paint, natural stained hardwood oak floor, Burgundy shag rug, original artwork, dark-stained wood coffee table, dark-stained dining table, clear glass suspended dining table light, grey 12 x 24 kitchen floor tiles, dark wood-stained console table, Stainless steel table lamp and floor lamps with white cotton shade, dark brown leather Parsons dining chairs, modern pale grey fabric sectional, multi-coloured velvet custom cushions, whimsical red-fabric floor lamp.
Our mandate: The client wanted to add a lot of colour and energy to the bland beige on beige loft. She also wanted harmony flowing through the kitchen, dining, and living area…not an easy task. Despite a wall of windows, the condo felt dark and dreary (see before photos). We produced a light plan for track lighting mounted on the cement ceiling and recommended several lamps, including the corner dramatic red fabric lamp. We recruited the painters for a fresh new colour palette of bright white and blue with hits of colour distributed throughout the open-plan concept. We selected a new deep red area rug to add interest to the dining area. The area rug also anchors and defines the dining-room. We assisted the client in all material selections, finishes, custom cushions and window treatment for privacy in the daylight hours; white sheers allow the light in, but also a level of intimacy. They also soften and balance out the rough concrete structures. The entire living space is uncluttered, brighter and far more interesting than it was when she moved in.
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