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Residential Design

Our Fraser street project was an exercise in thinking outside the box. Prior to our design meet-cute (we may or may not have experienced love at first sight when we first met our client and saw her edgy aesthetic) our client had met with a few other designers who just could not connect on her vision. The space needed a complete revamp which we all agreed meant relocating the kitchen entirely to what was previously a sunken living room. The house had no shortage of living spaces and this was much better suited for a sizable kitchen that a busy household demanded. This allowed us to introduce large sliding doors for an indoor/outdoor flow off of the kitchen, and finally give this home a proper dining space in the location of the former kitchen.

We knew from the get-go our client wanted a black kitchen, but her main inspiration was taken from a visit to the Hard Rock cafe in Las Vegas where she spied a wall of framed Alexander McQueen silk scarves.She purchased one of her own and the design took off from there. An artful mix of natural stones, a black herringbone tile backsplash, and black cabinetry complement the brass accents beautifully for a little rock-and-roll glamour. A custom library ladder on brass hardware lends itself to a loft-look while providing functional access to the upper cabinets which extend to the 10’ ceiling. 

Custom metal details include a perforated steel railing, suspended bar shelving, and some seriously brilliant engineering to support the weight of the marble slabs which clad our range hood. In the bathroom, flocked wallpaper in a skull motif references the scarf that started it all,  which is proudly displayed in the dining space beside the newly refinished vintage dining table.

Project Details

+ Renovation

+ Architectural designs

+ Interior styling

+ Interior finish selections

+ Space planning

+ Custom cabinetry and millwork designs

+ Lighting/Plumbing specification


Halifax, Nova Scotia

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