This year, I got the amazing opportunity to work on this incredible home located in Gatineau Park. This uniquely built home was in dire need of a renovation. Having been built by an architect who still lives down the street, the home's original features had been replaced over the years and it had lost its original mid-century cabin-in-the-woods feel. One of my biggest projects to date, I planned a new layout on the main floor to make the kitchen the central gathering space of the home. The only bathroom in the house kept its footprint but was updated with functional storage and a sleek curbless shower. A blend of vintage mid-century and modern furniture were used throughout the house. Photos by Rosielle & Co. Flowers: Riverwood Gardens. Interior Design: WISEMAN + CROMWELL. Vintage furniture: WISEMAN + CROMWELL. More sources and credits listed on the photos.
This is one of my favourite projects ever. We tackled a "bigger is better" 80s reno and went minimal without losing the functional aspects of this bathroom. The result is a dreamy spa oasis that makes one feel like they are in the clouds. Photos by Rosielle & Co. Teak shelf handmade by Craft Collective in Wakefield. Vanity - sourced from our vintage friends at Vanier Moderns. Vintage rug, brass candlesticks, candles - WISEMAN + CROMWELL. Artwork - client's own. Flowers - Riverwood Gardens. Wall tiles: chosen by client from Eurotile & Stone. Floor tiles: Cera Gres. Hardware - client's choice. Contractor: three six five developments.
This kitchen had good bones to start but needed a facelift to match the homeowners modern style. By painting the cabinets, replacing the countertops and removing some upper cabinetry we were able to give it a modern look without taking the traditional farmhouse style away from the 100 yr old home. Photos by Rosielle & Co. Steel floating shelf - Revol'd in Arnprior, backsplash tiles - Eurotile & Stone, decor and accessories - WISEMAN + CROMWELL and client's own, flowers - Riverwood Gardens. This project was very much a collaboration with our client Daria Kourilina. Contractor: three six five developments.