A townhouse located in the suburbs of Montreal. Despite good bones and well thought-out divisions, the whole house was in needed of a major update.
Kitchen: Since the cabinets themselves were in good condition it was decided to resurface the doors and draws in Shaker style.
A medium grey quartz was chosen to replace the melamine counter surface. A stainless steel under mount sink was part of the makeover.
The floor was tiled linearly with a stone-effect 12x24 ceramic and recessed lighting was added to the ceiling and under the top cabinets.
The stone slat backsplash unified and grounded the design.
“I simply loved working with Roger. I appreciated his availability, involvement, and especially his respect for my tastes and my budget.
I highly recommend him!”
Master Bathroom: This room was important to the client as a source of soothing relaxation. Still retaining the original corner pedestal bath, the master bathroom was completely gutted to start. In discussing with the client, a glass corner shower stall and freestanding soaker bathtub were musts!
Concrete-effect ceramic tile with contrasting pebble-effect tiles lent a natural feeling to the space.
Bath, vanity, and glass shower stall were meticulously chosen with the client to insure that her tastes were reflected and that the designer’s overall concept that she so loved was respected.