Monday, August 8, 2016

A Designer's City Home & Country Escape



Montreal-based designer Scott Yetman has a fantastic 1930's pied-à terre that totally feeds my love for neo-traditional style. All black & white with fine touches of dark wood via antiques, and artwork to match; it's truly a study in luxury apartment living:









You can view a quick video tour produced by House & Home of this stunning apartment, it's a feast for the eyes!

https://houseandhome.com/video/traditional-montreal-apartment/

And in total contrast to the tailored City residence, we have an equally stunning but more relaxed vibe at Scott's Country home. But truth be told you can see that his style remains traditional in both locations:














Best part? Another video tour of this stately Quebec Country home as well, that library is the stuff dreams are made of!

https://houseandhome.com/video/quaint-quebec-country-home/

Scott is an immensely talented designer (one of my favorites for sure, I feel like I'm always bragging about all the amazing designers who call Canada home!) with so many aspirational projects, you can view more from his portfolio here.
 
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2 comments:

Christine Stonehewer said...

I love Scott Yetman's work. His Knowlton country home especially speaks to me. Thanks for showing it!

Lily said...

Great work! I love some details! The wine walk in storage with transparent glass door is fabulous!

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