Style at Home

BELOW AND RIGHT

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Initially, Elizabeth asked for an all-white kitchen, but she and Jean Stéphane had bonded over their shared love of blue, so she agreed to take the plunge and try hits of colour – pale blue lower cabinets and a vivid teal island – as long as Jean Stéphane promised to keep the look “light and bright.” White upper cabinets, quartz countertop­s, subway tiles and bistro stools do the trick nicely. The elongated hexagonal backsplash tiles are dynamic and unexpected. Fresh herbs in pots by the sink add life to the look – and to Elizabeth’s culinary creations.

BACKSPLASH TILE, PULLS

Jean Stéphane pulled together for the threebedro­om home. “It feels fresh and sophistica­ted without being stuffy,” he says. “And it looks amazing with the hardwood floors.” Drawers in the banquette’s base add storage.

SOLID

 ??  ?? TABLE, CHAIR, SCONCE, Restoratio­n Hardware; CUSTOM BANQUETTE, Jean Stéphane Beauchamp Design;
THROW PILLOWS, Qui Dort Dîne; NON-SOLID PILLOW FABRICS, Theo Decor; RUG, Tapis H. Lalonde & Frère.
TABLE, CHAIR, SCONCE, Restoratio­n Hardware; CUSTOM BANQUETTE, Jean Stéphane Beauchamp Design; THROW PILLOWS, Qui Dort Dîne; NON-SOLID PILLOW FABRICS, Theo Decor; RUG, Tapis H. Lalonde & Frère.

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