Gallery featuring the Hudson residence, a stunning open-concept custom home by Rebecca Mitchell Interiors.
Welcome to the gorgeous Hudson (Quebec) residence, a master work of interior design by Rebecca Mitchell Interiors of Montreal.
A main theme running through this project is the mixture of bold, bright white tones and subtly dark textures throughout, accented via a variety of striking colors.
The home features an immense central living space including kitchen, casual dining, and soaring, two story living room area. Look for details like the catwalk overhead, floor to ceiling glass all around, specific and sharp deployment of tile in the kitchen and bathrooms, and the presence of orange and blue tones throughout.
We’ve also got a full writeup on the spectacular dining room in the middle of this gallery. For more information, click on the designer’s website linked above and at the dining room photo.
All photography by Drew Hadley and Laurence Harding.
Soaring ceiling in this living room accommodates two story windows and an upper floor balcony overlooking the space. Twin white contemporary sofas are paired over black and white rug with two-tiered wood coffee table, with an expanse of rich hardwood flooring.
This seating area stands below a curved array of two story windows, for ultimate natural lighting. This raised ceiling space is shared with a more traditional, large open central space in the home.
Looking directly down on the area, we see the rich, dark hardwood flooring extending throughout the home, into the adjacent room behind glass French doors.
Main staircase is a beautifully curved dark wood design, with wrought-iron railing supports. Landing at a dark hardwood floor, this central hall space features artful metallic decorative table and mirror against patterned wall, while daylight beams in through large living room windows in background.
The dining room features opulent details circling a black mahogany with silver leaf trim dining table over the rich hardwood flooring continued from the central living room.
Get the designer look, without the designer!
This beautiful dining room has been featured in Montreal Home magazine and saved to over 20,000 idea books online. While many homeowners love this room, they don’t always love the $40,000 price tag.
Which is why Rebecca Mitchell Boutique sourced from their best manufacturers to recreate the room for much (MUCH) less! The original Hudson dining table alone was $9,000 but they recreated the ENTIRE ROOM (table, chairs, console, rug, chandelier, mirror, artwork and soon draperies) for under $10,000. And this great price even includes delivery and set up of furniture.
RMB will also provide you with paint color options to pull together the entire look.
Visit rebeccamitchellboutique.com to get the Hudson dining room for less.
Kitchen is grand central in the home, with an array of white wood cabinetry circling steel appliances and a large island with granite countertop. Doorways at rear lead to the dining room and laundry room.
Looking down the length of the central space, past the kitchen, we see how light from the massive windows plays on the granite countertops, glass-door cabinetry, and steel appliances. Island features built-in sink and dining space, with a set of white and chrome bar stools.
Close look at the kitchen reveals a multitude of subtle textures. The custom backsplash over the range is a glass, marble and mother of pearl mosaic. The larger tile work to the right under the cupboards are khaki green glass subway tiles.
From the living room, we see the array of modern seating at the island, over more of the rich hardwood flooring. Massive steel refrigerator is topped with more glass-door cabinetry.
The complete kitchen pictured here. The mixture of white wood, dark hardwood flooring, granite countertops, and sharp tile accents creates a varied yet fluid look.
The breakfast nook stands a traditional round wood table with white body and natural top at center.
Sitting at the far end of the central open space, this breakfast area nestles a circular table inside a curved exterior wall, with unique “branch” chandelier echoing drape design.
View down the hallway into one of the bedrooms. More of the natural hardwood flooring extends through here, with neutral toned furniture and white walls throughout.
Looking over the bed, we see a large black-framed mirror leaning against the wall, next to window cove with brown leather armchair.
This bedroom suite features a large black wood frame bed over thick shag rug, contemporary black leather sofa, and bathroom access at right.
Children’s bedroom pairs pink and white details over the hardwood flooring, with small arrow foot desk at right, next to wood frame bed.
Traditional upright tilting mirror in wood frame stands next to window side daybed.
Child-sized wood desk in white pairs with this accent chair with dark wood frame.
Wide view of the children’s bedroom, showcasing array of white wood furniture, pink and orange accents, and lush hardwood flooring.
This bedroom features bed with dark wood frame, matching bedside tables, and small white cushioned bench over blue area rug, matching the light blue toned walls. Glass French patio doors stand in background.
Small conversation seating area in bedroom holds these decorative accent chairs around a small mirrored table.
Bathroom features this striking modern sink design floating above dark tile flooring. Wicker-textured wall holds chrome framed mirror next to white wall.
Dual vessel sink, black wood vanity stands on micro-tile wall above dark tile flooring, with matching vertical cabinet at left. Chandelier hangs from mirrored square on ceiling.
Large white pedestal tub beneath art print, with private toilet area on left.
Close view of the black wood vanity with dual vessel basins. Faucets emerge from the wall just below a pair of vertically oriented mirrors.
Master bath is awash in pristine white tile, with pedestal tub standing in curved window area next to sliding glass door shower.
Wide view of the master bath shows large shower area and dark wood cabinetry flanking bedroom access door.
Master bedroom places a singular brick wall between windows, holding gas fireplace, TV, and mirrored black wood cabinet across from the bed. Windows all around plus glass French doors naturally illuminate the space.
Low slung, cloth covered frame bed stands next to this folded-metal and dark wood bedside table.
Another bathroom repeats the dark wood and vessel sink vanity design, with glass-door shower standing over blue stripe tile flooring.
Head on view of the vanity, showing unique dark wood mirror frame and shelving built into wall.
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