Our #Cite Midtown Project is a great example of how a basic builder home can be transformed into a more personalized and less cookie-cutter space. This 2,400 square foot townhouse features high ceilings and was designed for vertical living across four floors. 

Photography: Photographie Interieure Co.

The kitchen was too small for a family of four. To enhance the functionality and aesthetic appeal of the space, we expanded the island and added a waterfall edge. We also changed the backsplash to match the Attica Quartz countertop, which created a cohesive look with the rest of the open concept living area. Pendant lights with black metal and matching matte black hardware were added to give a modern feel to the space and increase its visual appeal.

Due to limited space, we utilized brushed brass floating shelves to display the bar. The bar is located adjacent to the dining and living areas, and it serves its purpose well while also being visually appealing.

A coat closet at the entrance was converted into a bench with seating and coat hooks. Since this entrance is used by guests, it needs less storage and more utility for their convenience.

For our clients with young twins, we created a tranquil bedroom oasis using a linen and wood headboard, a greige lime plaster wall finish, and black accents. A neutral area rug and boucle ottoman complete the space.

The clients' primary reason for purchasing this townhouse was its outdoor areas. Therefore, we ensured that both outdoor spaces (one off the kitchen and the other on the rooftop) seamlessly blended with the interior decor. We achieved this by using the same muted color scheme, diverse materials and textiles, and even added an outdoor rug on the rooftop to create an additional room-like feel.

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