Welcome to our gallery focusing on the beautifully eclectic Dovercourt project, a home designed by Stephane Chamard.
Stephane Chamard does not shy away from eccentric and bold design elements. Each of his designs are filled with unexpected and fun details, which make for aesthetically pleasing living spaces that are still comfortable and welcoming.
Designed in Toronto, Canada, this home interior design sports a bold mixture of traditional and modern elements. The striking contrast between soaring, molding-framed walls and sleek, curved furniture creates an atmosphere ripe for puncturing with bright streaks of color.
Throughout the home, over distressed hardwood flooring, we see examples of oranges and reds bursting against the restrained black and white surroundings, in curved, angular, and other contemporary shapes. Seating is a purposeful mixture of varying styles, unified in eclecticism.
Some recurrent elements to note include the floating, wall mounted shelving in black or white, thoughtful placement of bright orange and red seating elements, and tasteful yet abundant presence of artistic pieces throughout every room. The home exemplifies the idea that sleekly modern does not mean bereft of detail and personality.
We hope you’ll enjoy the delightful and welcoming design of Stephane Chamard’s Dovercourt Project.
This cozy living room setup perfectly illustrates the eclectic mixture of traditional and modern elements throughout this home. Hardwood flooring meets a black and white space with a black fireplace at center and pair of egg-shape armchairs flanking.
This sofa exemplifies the curved, contemporary furniture throughout the home, contrasting with stately white walls and muted hardwood flooring. Large art pieces appear throughout.
This room features a unique “haphazard” modernist bookshelf, with angular black lines echoed in the lighting framework. Bright red furniture contrasts with sedate surroundings.
From here we see a lengthy open closet passage toward a bathroom on this upper floor. The black trim contrasts perfectly with white walls for a nuanced look.
The sprawling hallways of this home are connected by original staircase stained dark, creating a set of repeating colors throughout the home. Bright furniture stands in contrast.
The dining room holds a striking set of decoration: chandelier and large wall-mounted paper sculpture add an ultra-modern touch and sharp visual appeal. Black dining table is surrounded by a mixture of chair styles.
At the top of the staircase we see a unique set of pendant lights before the stained glass window. Bright red modern armchair and table add a burst of color here.
The recurring mixture of bright oranges and reds within the black and white structure creates a consistent, visually interesting motif.
The staircase railing ends in a unique detail: a small black globe stands to attention in this foyer.
The white cupboards and shelving match sleek white tiling on the wall. All-white dishes create a monotone, minimalist look.
This large, open home office houses a large fireplace, minimalist desk, and floating wall-mounted music shelving. In this space, a subtle burst of red appears atop the shelving.
The primary bedroom mixes dark hued bedding, drapes, and armchair with light surroundings. A wall-size array of album covers by The Smiths adds a personalized, artistic touch.
The bathroom features a mixture of traditional and modern elements, including a table-style vanity with curved vessel sink. White shelving holds a set of white glass vessels at left.
The primary bath houses this traditional claw-foot tub over micro-tile flooring. White shelving and drapes brighten the space.
The bathroom houses an oversized mirror against a full height marble wall, with a pair of pedestal sinks in white below.
This upper floor bathroom houses modern brick tile walls and a minimalist, floating vanity below a low vaulted ceiling.
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