This century home needed opening up and an updated kitchen space for it's young family.

This century home needed opening up and an updated kitchen space for it's young family. Galley style kitchens are often tight on space.  Since moving the doors was not an option in this space, we opened up part of the wall between the kitchen & the dining room to make it feel more spacious. High gloss white cabinetry from IKEA kept the space bright and on budget.  Cement countertops add a slick, urban feel to the space.  A solid piece of live edge ash acts as a breakfast bar to bridge the spaces together.

Kitchen of the Week: Ikea-Hack Cabinets and Fun Floor Tile

Looking for a kitchen that reflected their funky approach to life and wouldn’t break the bank, an Ottawa couple reached out to interior designer Emma Doucet. The couple gave her,...

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Made for the Shade

Gardening in the shade presents some challenges but you don’t have to default to hostas, hostas, hostas.  There are many beautiful options which are made for the shade.  Don’t get...

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A Message From Emma

Well here I go again, attempt #101 to start my blog. Why… when it turns me into a procrastinating teenager in need of chocolate and coffee… well, it comes down...

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