By foregoing a fixed dining table in favor of a large American walnut wood countertop by Cuisine Elysee, the couple is able to enjoy a open space with a clear view of the back of the house and the garden terrace outside. Tagged: Kitchen, Ceiling Lighting, Wood Counter, and Slate Floor.  Photo 4 of 7 in A Monochromatic Renovation for a 19th-Century Montreal Home
The staircase’s steel guardrail and the custom black bookshelf create a link between the kitchen, the living space, and the entryway.  Photo 6 of 7 in A Monochromatic Renovation for a 19th-Century Montreal Home
A short wall on the kitchen island hides clutter and keeps the straight lines of the design unmarred. Almost every lighting fixture, including the overhead Artemide Tolomeo light, is movable. The refrigerator and oven are from Fisher and Paykel. Tagged: Kitchen, Wood Counter, Slate Floor, and Ceiling Lighting.  Photo 5 of 7 in A Monochromatic Renovation for a 19th-Century Montreal Home
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