There is no such thing as a small project when rethinking the heart of the home.
This magnificent new construction in the Laurentians is the result of the skill and vision behind the Thellend Fortin architectural firm. The kitchen is at the heart of the action in this space and its seamless integration is key to the overall feel. Plenty of counter space, concealed storage and a hidden walk-in pantry make this kitchen a perfectly functional space to work but also a peaceful oasis to spend time among the trees.
Materials: white polyurethane lacquer with 30% gloss, American black walnut veneer in a plank effect, quartz counter.
This small pastel kitchen in the heart of old Saint-Lambert combines freshness with a retro feel. The graphic checkerboard floor and the blue cabinets set the tone and the touches of pale wood add warmth. This is a dynamic space that is always ready for a party!
Materials: blue and white polyurethane lacquer with 30% gloss, elm veneer in a plank effect, white tiles on backsplash, quartz counter.
This small U-shaped kitchen set in a classic Montreal home was a renovation project to brighten the space with touches of green that personalize the room. A functional wall of white lacquer to integrate the appliances in all discretion and to privilege the residual space in the work zone (cooking and washing) without any obstruction.
Materials: green and white polyurethane lacquer with 30% gloss, elm veneer for shelf, quartzite counter and backsplash.
This kitchen project is part of a major renovation of a home of Westmount 60s, signed Joseph Baker. This kitchen of white lacquer and rosewood open on the living room is similar to the original architecture of the house. Here we put forward the brightness: the materials of this kitchen are chosen according to this desire to reflect light and create a harmonious space with adjacent rooms.
Materials: white polyurethane lacquer with 30% gloss, rosewood veneer in a plank effect, countertop & niche in raw stainless steel with brass detail.
This Saint-Lambert new construction became the canvas for a unique structural challenge in the kitchen. The 16' stainless steel island, featuring a massive 7' overhang, required engineering prowess in order to create the desired floating effect. The softness of the black glass fronts contrasts with the rawness of the island and together with the touches of walnut, the space feels fresh and refined. Robust materials that are timeless and durable make this kitchen one that is fit to stand the test of time.
Materials: glass fronts with black satin finish, white polyurethane lacquer with 30% gloss, American black walnut veneer in a plank effect, stainless steel counter and backsplash.
A seemingly all-white kitchen in this Town of Mont-Royal house incorporates a touch of wood in a discrete way. The interior of the breakfast nook is done in walnut and when the pocket doors are open, the overall look changes, giving the kitchen two different personalities. Sometimes it's the smallest of details that brings it all together.
Materials: white polyurethane lacquer with 30% gloss, walnut veneer in a plank effect, granite countertop