An addition and renovation in Wellington Village

Posted on Fri, 24 Apr 2015 by KiM

I wanted to feature this home a few months ago when its interior designer Veronica Martin had contacted me but I had to wait for its appearance in the spring issue of Ottawa magazine. Now that it has hit the streets, here it is! I love this addition and renovation of an 80 year old home in the Wellington Village neighbourhood of this fine city of Ottawa. It brings some modern amenities and sophistication to an older home (that coincidentally looks like it may have been designed by the same architect as my home!) while keeping the stunning features like leaded glass windows and curved ceilings intact. The new kitchen is an absolute gem – the simple white glossy cabinetry is taken to another level with the black hardware making a subtle graphic impact. And lawd half mursey that light fixture over the dining table! *SWOON* Fantastic job Veronica! So glad to see someone bringing style and class to this city.(Photos: Urszula Muntean Photography)

I love the combination of modern furniture with the traditional architectural elements. The mix makes it look streamlined but feel very homey. I especially love the mural in one of the bedrooms. It feels like it could have been there for hundreds of years but will be timeless.

– Meredith

Danielle says:

I'm ready to move in! Gorgeous. Makes me want to get rid of about 500 pounds of "stuff" cluttering up my home.

Kristie B says:

What a timelessly elegant home! It's classy and comfortable at the same time. I LOVE IT!

Jessica says:

Hello! I love the gray dining chairs. Mind sharing where I can find these?

KiM says:

I'm not sure where those chairs are from but Hay Denmark makes similar

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