A small condo is renovated to improve function and flow while maximizing its stunning views.
CANADIAN HOME TRENDS CAN YOU TALK ABOUT THE DESIGN AND LAYOUT OF THIS CONDO?
KLONDIKE CONTRACTING The goal was to create functionality and flow while maximizing a segregated, small space. We opened up the walls between the galley kitchen, living room, and sunroom for a smoother flow. For consistency, we paired gray oak hand-scraped engineered flooring with matching gray oak cabinets. We used a primarily monochromatic color scheme, playing more with texture than color and added pops of color in the furniture and accessories.
CHT WHAT INSPIRED THE OVERALL DESIGN?
KC The gorgeous windows provide an amazing view and the design was inspired to make the view the focus of the rooms.
CHT WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE DESIGN ELEMENT IN THIS CONDO?
KC A favorite design feature is the custom cabinetry with hidden organizational features to maximize functionality. There is also a height difference between the front countertop and island which allowed us to seamlessly accommodate a steam wall oven directly under the cooktop.
CHT HOW DID YOU HANDLE THE UNIQUE CHALLENGES WITH THE FLOOR TO CEILING WINDOWS?
KC The window wall created an awkward corner area. Between the kitchen and wall, we maximized the space by extending the cabinetry and countertop to create an office, with incredible natural light and stunning views. – Klondike Contracting
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