Rob checking it twice :)
Colour scheme for a client meeting later today
Colour scheme for a client meeting later today
Rob checking it twice :)
Slowly but surely this dream house is being completed. We worked closely with the client first in modifying the plan from Huntington Homes to meet the their specific needs and develop unique design features. This continued in selecting and sourcing finishes and fixtures expressing their taste and making each room unique while working together as a whole unit. The close collaboration with the client, Huntington Homes and suppliers is resulting in a home everyone involved can be proud of.
A Truly Great Great Room
Featuring Modular Arts Wall Panels, Restoration Hardware Pendant Cluster
A Kitchen made for Entertaining
View from the front Foyer Featuring Room Divider Fireplace
I just got back from Schluter workshops which included learning about Schluter Kerdi shower membranes and proper installation methods. It’s great to see it going into a project!
Why travel anywhere when you can escape to this sort of beauty right here in Manitoba! Just a few final finishing touches remain to complete this stunning cottage.
It’s always exciting to see our clients featured! This was a great project done with Renovation Plus & Visions Kitchen Showcase.
The Modern Man Barbershop in Garden City Mall needs a few final details to be completed but is open for business and looks great! The space features refined metal and brick details and an open ceiling to allude to an industrial space while maintaining clean lines. The open ceiling with tall mirrors and extended height vertical frames also allows 10 cutting stations, a lunch counter, reception, display and storage to all fit into a footprint less than 600 sq ft while remaining spacious. Why not take a trip to the northwest end of the city and see it for yourself!
This has been a week of tile and we would like to share a few of the highlights. First up is the beautiful glass tile from C&S distributors. It consists of 2 layers of glass with either fabric or textures between the layers. The result? Breathtakingly beautiful! Most of these beauties are available in a wide range of sizes from 4"x4" tile all the way up to 48"x110" slabs! Imagine a walk in shower or a feature wall in a powder room finished with one of these.
Second, Ames Tile had a lovely event to highlight a few new lines and share product information.
Are pentagons the the Hexagons? Hexagons have been huge lately but are pentagons swooping in to take over? If this cute little guy is any indication, I would have to say yes.
As designers, we always want samples, our product library is bursting at the seams with samples, we have samples coming out of our ears! Why? Well, here is one of the products presented by Ames which appears to be quite textured...
In reality, the "texture" is just the pattern cleverly designed to mimic several fabric textures, the tile itself is smooth. This is just one of the many reasons why we order physical samples.
This next tile actually is quite textured and comes in various formats including exterior patio blocks.
There are so many more absolutely stunning options out there with new sizes and formats coming out constantly but this concludes the tile highlights of this week.
An extensive renovation is underway at a client's gorgeous Mid Century Modern home in Winnipeg. This photo features the new raised clerestory ceiling in the dining room. The added light and treetop views change the home completely! More photos to come.
From paper to Reality
We are excited to see our plans and elevations starting to take shape! It has been great working with this client to make their dream home reality and we look forward to working with them right down to the final details.
The First Nations Community of Lake St. Martin will finally be able to move home 6 years after being flooded and displaced to save Winnipeg. We were thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Matix Lumber in designing new homes for this community and excited to see the first completed house roll out yesterday.Read More
We have received some exciting news today! Everitt Design was featured as one of the Top Interior Design Companies in Winnipeg on Point2 Homes - one of the top 5 real estate portals in Canada.
This acknowledgement shows that we’re accomplishing our goal – to turn houses into deeply cherished homes.
To read the entire article please visit Point2 Homes Blog.
A typical office space with long corridors and tall cubicles was in desperate need of refreshing.Read More
A spectacular Ensuite renovation for a repeat client.Read More
Doesn’t this sound too good to be true? Well, it will be opening soon so let me give you a hint of what Agora Fine Food Market and Indulge Bistro & Wine Bar is all about!Read More
The first day of fall, Crisp mornings and nights and leaves changing colour tell us that it wont be long before the winter winds start howling. Ok, I know this sounds depressing, but it really doesn't need to be. Blustery shivering nights can be cozy and wonderful with the proper accessories. One "must have" for the coming weather are toss cushions. The right toss cushions beg for you to snuggle up with a good book and hot cup of cocoa and help to make the experience so much more enjoyable. Why, I think I can hardly wait to do just that as I am writing this! What inspired this post you may ask? Well, we just received a beautifully packaged box and what did we find inside? Two stunning toss cushions that we had ordered for a client, designed by Jessica Zoob for Black Editions.
These 20"x 20" feather filled beauties can also be yours for only $150 + taxes. There are a few different lines with various aesthetics offered by this company. Click on the images below to check out the options!
As designers, we get invited to numerous events showcasing various products. This can be a great way to form new connections, learn more about products or services and try out product. Sometimes, tho, we need a little extra incentive to take the time and make the effort to drive out to wherever the event is taking place. Last night, it was the venue that sold us. Anthony Allan Work Environments was holding an event at the new Journey to Churchill exhibit and as we hadn't yet visited it, we decided this was one event we could not afford to miss. We were not disappointed. Not only was the layout conducive to exploring and discovering various new and beautiful chairs placed throughout, it also helped reduce echoing claustrophobia. To top it all off, the polar bears were strutting their stuff and swimming about and the seals were doing laps.
Poppy chair designed by Patricia Urquiola and Haworth. Distributed by Anthony Allan
This is a fantastic little guest chair! It is comfortable, the back is flexible and it can very easily be moved about the office to wherever it might be needed.
Fern Task Chair, designed by Haworth & Ito Design. Distributed by Anthony Allan.
This is a sleek design using a spine like structure and mesh to create a back with no pressure points. The back flexes side to side along with your movements for added comfort and an increased range of motion.
One of our most exciting projects is on a mountain high above Kelowna BC. Recently completed, this unique 6,500 square foot home was designed and detailed completely by Everitt Design.Read More
Professional photos of this project will be coming soon, but here is a sneak peak at a chiropractic office recently completed.Read More
Project by Everitt Design featured in the Shaw Hospitality Look Book 2016!Read More
New Boutique Hair Studio on the main floor of the Everitt Design office building.Read More
We had worked with this client years ago for his Winnipeg location so when he decided to expand and open up another location in East St. Paul, we were asked to design the new space. This was an enjoyable project as we were able to incorporate unique bulkheads over the reception area and custom eyeglass displays in the dispensary. Our client was also open to using splashes of bold colour in feature walls and furniture to create interest. Overall, the space is sophisticated while remaining warm and inviting. Not only is the space fabulous, but the optometrists are fabulous as well!Read More