This shaker style kitchen with an opaque lacquer finish shows a "L" shaped layout with an island. Storage space is the main concern in this room. Undeniably, the designer has focused on maximizing the amount of space available by having the cabinets installed up to the ceiling. An entire wall is dedicated to storage and kitchen organization. Glass doors with stainless steel framing bring lightness and refinement while reminding us of the appliances and hood’s finish. This kitchen has an eclectic style, but one that remains sober. The monochromatic color palette allows all components to be well integrated with each other and make this room an interesting and pleasant place to live in. Several classic elements like shaker doors and a "subway" style backsplash are diminished by the industrial aspect that bring the concrete island, the massive stainless steel hood and the black steel stools. Tiled windows remind us of the windows of largeMontreal’s factories in the early 30s, and therefore add to the more industrial look. The central element and a major focal point of this kitchen is unquestionably the concrete island. It gives this room a lot of texture and interest while remaining sober and harmonious. Black steel stools contribute to this urban and industrial aspect thanks to their minimalist and quaint design. A white porcelain farmhouse sink is integrated impeccably with the cabinets while remaining discreet. Its specific shape adds character to the kitchen of thisWestmount’s house, built in 1927. Finally, the wood floor just brightens up and warms the atmosphere by creating a sustained contrast with the rest of the kitchen. In the dining room, a gorgeous antique solid wood table is also warming up the space and the upholstered chairs add comfort and contribute to a comfortable and welcoming ambience.