This tired condo needed an update to be on-par with its unbeatable views! This project came to us from a previous client who is planning for retirement. We chose a neutral palette of creams, whites, and oak which became the perfect backdrop for our client’s personal artifacts she has gathered from years of travel around the globe. The solarium space was converted into a larger kitchen with complementary office space the best view in the house! A linear textured tile re-clad the existing fireplace, a Frame TV was installed above it to display art when not in use, while the ledge below provides another opportunity for display. The primary bath was designed with aging in place in mind. It originally had a small shower and a bathtub. A larger curbless shower was installed in its place, the remaining space was used for a nook to display treasures, towels and keep laundry hidden in a custom-made cabinet. Our scope for this project ranged from initial concept, through permit submission, all the way to art installation. To see the before images, please visit our transformations page.

LocationYaletown, VancouverSQ FT1,200Project TypeRenovation, Furniture + Decor PhotographerChristina FaminoffContractorCondoworks

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