By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, February 05th, 2018 - 12:02:09 PM.
This historical Vancouver residence, that is 100 years old, was renovated by Canadian studio Falken Reynolds to boost the original features and add a contemporary feel to the spaces.
The designers made a thoroughly modern interior with nods to the heritage roots, and the decor consists of primitive white surfaces and modern finishes. A new open-plan layout puts a kitchen at the center and also a dining nook nearby since the kitchen has become the most essential feature for those customers who are two chefs. It occupies over half of the square footage of the principal floor, but seems smaller by way of color-blocked forms and materials.
Falken Reynolds optimized space by building a single static kitchen island and inserted an area dining table at the identical height. The island comprises electrical and mechanical systems, while the movable component can make sense for a protracted surface for larger dinner parties.
The result has been a space for two chefs to work their magic in the kitchen and then transform the space into a huge dining room to host multi-course meals. The kitchen cabinetry and countertops are all modern, and juxtapose using all the home's historic information. The use of wood and white surfaces throughout assist to tie the interiors together.
A sitting room is situated at the front entry and is visually separated from the kitchen by a corner fireplace. Converting a series of small rooms to an open design involved shoring up the crumbling foundations, including structural beams and increasing regions of the floor.
Source : DigsDigs
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