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Strong & Quiet

The kitchen millwork at our Beatty Street Loft project needed to be strong but also refined and quiet. We used a dead flat finish on brushed american walnut to achieve a more muted hue and finished it with matte black hardware brought in from the Netherlands.

Design Tip: Creating Zones

The ensuite at our Aspen Drive project was designed for a couple with an active lifestyle, who are more interested in spending time outside in Whistler than waiting for their turn in the bathroom. The walk in shower, floating vanity and toilet room each have their own zone so two people can go through their morning (or apre ski) routine without stumbling over each other. And a calming spa-like palette helps remind them they’re far away from the city.

Design Tip: Smart Showers

The happiest shower remembers your favourite temperature – and has a separate temperature control (and rain-head) for your spouse.

String Light From Flos

One of our favourite elements in the powder room at our Beatty Street Loft project is the String Light from Flos that dims by simply touching the cord.

Design Tip: Refinishing

We chose to refinish and recover much of our Glacier Drive clients’ furniture so the budget could focus on bigger renovation areas – transforming this home into a modern ski chalet and launchpad for a day in the snow.

Simple Holiday Decor

Falken Reynolds takes on the holidays at our Heather Park project featured in the November issue of Western Living Magazine.

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Design Tip: Double Duty

The brief for our MacDonald Park project called for a minimalist approach to hardware and handles so we designed the centre drawer for this vanity with a double purpose – maximum storage behind and a niche for the hand towel bar. When it slides all the way back the drawer sits flush so that even the hand towel stays out of the way for this young and active family.

Design Tip: Designing With Black

A black cooking zone in the kitchen at our MacDonald Park project references the charred cast iron stoves from the bygone era of the Craftsman style.

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