The modern and vastly open spaces of this newly built westcoast contemporary home left a lot to be imagined. We brought what we imagined to life with clean line furnishings and super textural accents.
A 'modern rustic' style home filled with natural light that takes advantage of all the surrounding views. We kept the furniture style clean and modern while introducing a number of textures and a few alternative shapes to keep things inviting and cozy.
Urban living just blocks from the village of Qualicum Beach. This 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home designed by CA Design lives spaciously and features a modern, sophisticated feel.
Another top notch build by local builders Triple H Construction plays host to a beautiful staging starting point. The open living design by CA Design and the thoughtful finishes allowed for our furniture to create a warm and cozy feel.
With a south-west facing rear yard and window details from wall to wall, it's no wonder that the story of this home is all about natural light and our staging team worked tirelessly to let that story shine. The homey, cozy pieces and accents selected, intertwined seamlessly with the west coast cottage design.
This newly built 'open living' home features oversized living spaces and subtle articulation throughout. At it's core is a lengthy kitchen with a two tiered island with bar seating for seven. Our aim was to compliment the finishing and enrich the lighter color palette. We introduced a blend of contrasting furnishings to define the living spaces and add interest.
Hand scraped hardwood flooring and the toasty wood burning fireplace connect perfectly to this country setting with views of Mount Arrowsmith. We added to the coziness of this already cozy living environment. Charcoal sofas, a rich wood coffee table and a few bright, country style furniture pieces created an inviting living environment.
We were instantly drawn to this homes modern lines. The eighteen foot ceilings, and second storey loft style walkway create a heightened sense of space within the home. We embraced the homes identity by introducing a monochromatic color palette along with an eclectic selection of mid-century modern and traditional furnishings to keep things warm and comfortable.
We were thrilled to see all of the positive changes our clients had made to this home in the village of Qualicum Beach. The additional windows, bright color palette and lighting upgrades created a fresh, cheerful living environment. We complimented the spaces by introducing a predominantly natural color palette and some cottage style furnishings with wood and glass accents to provide contrast and interest.
A tone down. Dark cabinetry, timber archways / accents, and a stone feature wall that we thought deserved a compliment. We used a monochromatic color palette, soft textures, and transparent accents to create a subtle foreground that allowed you to appreciate these distinct details.
We can't take the credit on this one, this home owner had great style and Bax did a great job of photographing it.
All we saw was this timeless white kitchen with cast concrete countertops and a giant island that made you want to take up baking. We did our best to make the other spaces feel as cool.
Who doesn't get excited when they see a vaulted t&g ceiling ?... Maybe it's just us. We kept the color palette light so we could steal all the white space with seating and accessories. A smaller scale home with bright, fun living spaces that after we were done had a seat for everyone at the party.
Hanna Construction brought a modern vision to the renovation of this bungalow, we brought the rustic. Grainy wood plank tables and desks, distressed accents, busy leaning shelves with rich clean line sofas to tie it all together.
A Westcoast contemporary ahead of it's time. We fell in love with the history of this family built property. The gardens, the views, the stone, the timber beams, even the grass wallpaper. We used every texture of throw cushion we could find, knit, linen, velvet, woven are there any others ? Understated wheat coloured sofas with random wall art in the living and retro dining nook off the kitchen.
A cottage in the Village. Bay windows with cool outlooks, a unique layout, and a wood burning fireplace set the tone. Classic white rolled arm sofas accented with wood, metal, glass, wire and sky blue throw pillows, so just about everything.
The layout and style of our most recent Beach Road project has a smaller footprint with cottage style elements, much like many of the homes within the Village. We began with classic rolled arm sofas in white, and accented with natural woods, glass, wire, and sky blue throw pillows to connect with Qualicum Beach's natural coastal setting.
The desk pictured to the left fit just perfectly into a niche that could have easily been overlooked, but with limited space we aimed to make use of all available spaces to increase livability while knowing that it would be a perfect spot for one of our many artists or writers who enjoy Village living.