A private Hampstead residence in Montreal constructed in the early 1930s.
Without making fundamental changes to the structure, respecting three existing means of egress and an objective to create space. A modest contemporary kitchen with fluid circulation. Floor to ceiling eggshell lacquered pantry cabinets harbor vital appliances. A warm feeling resides in the wall to wall tumbled marble backsplash. Work surfaces are illuminate by under cabinet ambiance lighting.
A light color palette with wenge accents emphasizes the modest volumes. Co-existing white porcelain and quartz surfaces add luxury and durability. A quaint bistro bar for two, opposite the chef’s zone, allow for staccato decorative pendants. A unique backdrop of opulent wall covering invites hospitality.