In a three-storey duplex in Montreal, the homeowners’ 200-square-foot kitchen wasn’t a fit for their busy lifestyle. “They have two young children and they like to have family and friends over,” says designer Sandrine Lucier. She worked with Anne Tremblay and Yolaine Lecomte-Allègre of LT Intérieurs to transform the kitchen without adding any extra square footage. The designers opted for a modern, Scandinavian look with light maple cabinets, a practical, open-concept layout and innovative open shelving. “We decided to keep a lot of space between the island and the dining table so the kids have room to run around and play,” says Sandrine.
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Author: Jaimie Nathan
House & Home October 2019
Sandrine Lucier & Anne Tremblay with Yolaine Lecomte-Allègre, LT Intérieurs; Architecture by Jad Salem, Salem Architecture