This project, the redesign of both living and dining room spaces, was unusual in that it involved a rental property. Set in a typically narrow architectural house built in the late 1800’s, a young professional couple needed to transform limited interior space filled with “university days” furniture into a new environment accommodating their small children.

Through careful furniture sourcing sensitive to scale, repurposing of key objects and elements, design that leads the eye to specific attention points and a light colour palette, the interior was transformed. With an increased perception of space, it felt practical and grownup rather than precious, and ready for three children and their parents to enjoy together.