Classic contemporary elegance meets transitional style, with a touch of bold accent colours and glamorous accents. We used light warm tones throughout with bold dark accents creating contrasting elements, paired with soft neutrals and classic details which keeps this pallet looking new, fresh and timeless.
Classic contemporary living room with simple elegant details, one of which being the use of modern open shelving. We’ve decorated these shelves with muted sculptural forms in order to juxtapose the sharp lines of the fireplace stone mantle.
The kitchen was designed with entertaining in mind; a few key features include an open-concept layout, plenty of glass cabinets for display, more natural daylight than we could ask for and some custom wine drawers.
We took a new spin on two-toned cabinets by playing with depth and contrast in order to give the kitchen a classic contemporary look, while maintaining the high-end feel. The dark upper cabinets pull from the island, while the interior of the cabinets keep the uppers feeling light. The soft, dusted navy appears as a neutral tone in the space, allowing the home owners the opportunity to accent with pops of colour, wood tones and textural elements.
The open-concept main floor level meant that the kitchen would be a focal point from all angles. We wanted to ensure the elegant look was kept consistent throughout the space, so we integrated both the fridge & range hood, keeping the visible appliances to a minimum. We also had the challenge of hiding ducting within the kitchen ceiling, which gave us the opportunity to add a modern stepped coffered ceiling. This detail is echoed in the adjacent dining area, as well as the living room; the repetition helps to define each space within the open-concept floor plan.
Simple shaker-style cabinets with knobs lean on the transitional side, while the large white range hood has clean contemporary lines, making a statement while blending in with the architectural lines throughout the home.
Seamless linear shower floor, frameless shower glass walls, and simple elegant plumbing fixtures.
We layered whites and soft grey tones throughout the space, giving this palette a soft, fresh and vibrant feel. In order to marry the transitional interior style with the modern architecture of the home, we played with materials, pattern and texture. The freestanding tub and marble wall tiles provide a clean classic aesthetic, while the large scale herringbone-lay floor tile, seamless linear shower floor, frameless shower glass walls, and the simple elegant plumbing fixtures, help to modernize the space.
We wanted the feature of this coastal master bedroom to be the natural light and ocean view, so we went with a neutral monochromatic colour scheme. The use of layered reflective whites creates a sense of openness and the illusion of a larger space. We went with a contemporary-style fireplace surround and a simple wall moulding detail in order to frame the mirror above the fireplace; this ties in the transitional elements that we’ve mixed throughout this classic contemporary home.
The light blue furniture-style vanity and black marble tile adds an element of charm to this powder room. We also decided to go with a light, warm, and neutral colour on the walls, which is consistent throughout the rest of the home. This ensures that this small windowless space feels bright, warm, and spacious.