Designer Scott Yetman takes us inside his Montreal condo, where unlikely pairings live in harmony. See how he created a relaxed, art-gallery feel in the 1,800-square-foot space by mixing antiques with contemporary art.
Scott gutted the builder-basic space to create an open-concept floor plan, and furnished it with many of his favorite pieces. In the kitchen, tall cabinetry with pull-outs were added for a more streamlined look, while a marble backsplash acts as art. Large windows expand the living room and light herringbone floors offer a sense of history. A Biedermeier chest brings character to the contemporary bathroom, while the ensuite in the tranquil master bedroom is sleek and monochromatic. Two closets were transformed into one for ample storage space.
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