A set of drawers and shelves hide behind a small door with a handle fashioned from a wonderful piece of driftwood decorated by woodworms.
This was a complete bathroom renovation where walls, plumbing and electrical were rearranged to accommodate my new layout. The green glass mosaic tiles from Rocky Point Tile add just the right amount of drama to the white cabinetry and subway tile - creating a fun, colourful and modern space.
A couple approached me to come up with a design for their recently purchased home. They loved to garden, cook and entertain. Unfortunately the kitchen was awkward, there was no dining room and the house had no visual connection to the garden. All of this was because of an ill-conceived staircase that sat in the middle of the back of the house. A bold move was necessary: the entire staircase would need to be moved out of the way to be able to really blow open the back of the house. A bright, modern kitchen suitable for two cooks, french doors onto a luxurious deck (complete with hot-tub) and a large dining room resulted from the redesign: rewriting the narrative of this quaint house.
This 1920's worker's bungalow was suffering from vinyl siding, ill-placed windows and an overall lack of charm. The addition of a portico, new windows and re-cladding the house in cedar shingles greatly improved the street-appeal of this little house.