CCSRproject: 2010-13 Private Residence | PROJECT COMPLETION PHOTOS

As promised. Finalement…

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UPDATE: 2010-13 Textiles for Bench Seat

photo credit: crystalloewen.com

photo credit: crystalloewen.com

photo credit: crystalloewen.com

CCSRproject: 2010-13 Textiles for Bench Seat

We are working on the bench seating for the nook to compliment the newly designed kitchen for the 2010-13 project.

The workroom we use is located in Abbotsford and we are very excited to be collaborating again. She is incredibly talented and uploaded a photo of the all the yummy Dwell Studio for Robert Allen fabrics that we sent to her right before she started her work.

Photo Credit: Kimberly Gladman

Check out her personal blog for an update on her process.

Below is a video about the amazing line that Dwell Studio and Robert Allen created. I am so lucky to be able to work with this beautiful fabric and to create a wonderful little kitchen nook where my clients will be able to enjoy meals with family and friends. Please check back for an UPDATE in a few weeks!

UPDATE: 2010-13 Renovation Update

Day 12 of our 16 Day Renovation. Yes, 16 days instead of 14. Delayed… 😦 But we are almost there! Check back again for our completed photos. Enjoy our “Update Video” showing our progress during those 12 days. Thanks!

CCSRproject: 2010-13 Private Residence


We started meeting for this project just after my son Levi was born, in October of 2010. Now after 7 months of planning, budgeting and organizing we “broke ground” or started our construction phase with CCSR Interior Design as Interior Designer and Project Manager. These photos below are not our before photos, but rather our Post-Demolition photos and where we started 7 days ago. In another 7 days we will have completed a 2200 sq. ft. remodel-renovation with our amazing crew of incredibly skilled trades-people. 


CCSRtip Tuesday – Paint Pots

CCSRtip – Do you love to try new paint colours – but are a little trigger shy because you don’t know what they will look like???

Try a paint pot! Grab a little can from your favourite paint store and apply a small swatch on the walls you wish to update. You can even try a few colours next to each other… These small cans are an affordable way to see if you really want to commit to the colour you dream of. Happy 16″x16″ Testing! (PS some of these “pots” have coupon’s for when you purchase your colour of choice – ex. General Paint $6.50 off)