Renovation Bathroom, Cartierville, Jean-Bourdon Street, Montreal
 Rénovation, salle de bain, Cartierville, Montréal
 Rénovation, salle de bain, Cartierville, Montréal
 Rénovation, salle de bain, Cartierville, Montréal
 Rénovation, salle de bain, Cartierville, Montréal
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Project Description

This project consisted of giving a second life to a 1960's bathroom on Jean-Bordon street in Montreal. The challenge was to keep the spirit of the home while updating the finish with modern day materials. We used a vanity that included integrated storage that matched well with the house's architecture. The walnut that was used is a hommage to the teck wood that was often used in mid-century design. The 2x2 ceramic is a classic and contrasts well with the rest of the chosen materials. The 30x30 porcelain tiles mimick the natural marble that was often used back when the house was built. Often not easy but there is always a way to streamline a design while hinting to the origins of the architecture.

Details

Location
Cartierville, Montréal
Year completed
2016