Ashley Montgomery Design in association with Bolt development created this incredibly gorgeous Canadian home in Barrie, Ontario. Entitled On The Ravine, this project is the proper combination of soothing neutral colours, warm woods, varied textures, earthy elements and a touch of grandeur, all fastidiously crafted to create a feast for the eyes.
Walking through its front door, you possibly can’t help but exhale a protracted, contented breath, succumbing to the serene atmosphere that beckons inside. Proceed below to see the remainder of this drooling mansion…
Above: The hanging lamp within the front room known as “Arrow” by Apparatus Studio.
Above: The best quality oiled wood floors got here from the corporate Unique parquet.
What we love: This Canadian home embodies absolute perfection, where every detail has been meticulously crafted to embrace organic textures and exude warmth. Particularly, the kitchen captivated our hearts with thoughtful elements – from the attractive colours of the cupboards to the ceiling beams and vibrant countertops. A spacious island and well-chosen bar stools seamlessly complement the design, while the lighting adds extra charm. A really wonderful display of a novel design!
Tell us: What elements within the design of this house do you discover most inspiring? Are there any details you’ll change? Tell us within the comments below!
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Above: The dark wood island offers a striking contrast and the graceful curves are only the icing on the cake. From the charming ceiling beams and perfectly scaled pendants to the enchanting stone backsplash with a convenient shelf, not to say the delightful stools, each element works in harmony to infuse this kitchen with inviting warmth, unique beauty and undeniable charm. The lights above the island are Oscar pendant lamps from the Roman and Williams Guild RW Guild.
Above: Within the pantry, the lighting fixture is the Robert True Ogden Classic Mirror Chandelier, evoking Victorian-era antiquity with a faceted steel exterior and a hand-applied glass interior that magnifies the sunshine.
Above: On this cozy corner corner is Padma’s wall lamp Home artery.
Above: Within the shower, the zellige tile has a raw terracotta finish. The bathtub got here from the Rohl House.
PHOTOGRAPHER Lauren Miller