Westmount, Québec, Canada
A family with three teenaged children meant a complete gut and rebuild was in store for this upper Westmount house. The new design includes standout features like a custom wine cellar and Italian marble floors, as well modernized plumbing and electrical and a geothermal system.
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The entrance area features Italian marble flooring
Herringbone wood floors add interest and character
The air-return system is hidden in the bulkhead. Thanks to a clever mix of design and functionality, all visual clutter is removed.
The backsplash is made of herringbone-patterned stone
A new family room extension was added on to the house
Custom-built wine cellar
New crown mouldings were designed to integrate with the home’s pre-existing ones
Picture window added, allowing for additional seating. Herringbone wood floors add interest and character.
Supply and return air flow between crown and ceilings, resulting in invisible ventilation/clean lines throughout the home.
A quatrefoil window was added, echoing the quatrefoil pattern in the tile flooring
The home’s former library was converted into a bedroom
Bookmatched marble was used to finish surfaces
Children’s bedroom 3
A mosaic marble floor and bookmatched marble wall add textural flair
No ventilation grills are visible. All ventilation was hidden behind crown moldings.
A removable window was added to facilitate the instalment of large furniture pieces.
Master bedroom walk-in closet
Stunning marble and mosaic tile floor inlay