Scotch & Sofa in Millcroft

Posted on June 1, 2015 in Blog

Scotch & Sofa in Millcroft
These suburban sophisticates have rewritten
the style rules in
Burlington’s Golf Community.

This metropolitan club inspired interior design exudes the client’s confidence with urban chic, comfort and sumptuous luxury.


This project really has an eclectic appeal that belies it’s heritage. We selected nine fabrics, two paint colours, three metal finishes, area rugs, various cabinets, numerous tables, chairs, lighting, artwork, accessories and the large overstuffed sofa all from web photos and small fabric samples. As an experienced designer I am committed to working with quality vendors to ensure an amazing result is achieved within the client’s design aesthetic.


Monochromatic layering allows a large number of design elements including 4 sofa fabrics, the drapery fabric, wall finish, and end table finish to live harmoniously while the unique artwork is visually highlighted.


Daytime or evening there is plenty of light for entertaining or unwinding. The overall ambiance is an inviting yet sophisticated club vibe. The rugs zone the living room from the adjoining dining room while the area in between is demarcated as well and leads directly to the bar. The silk draperies add additional texture.The drapery rod system adds sparkle in a modern clean way.


Loads of style and storage along with a solid marble top make this cabinet the perfect choice for a bar. Scotch and Sofa anyone? This vignette helps define and separate the living room from the dining room allowing both spaces to interact which is a great design trick. And by painting out the once bright white columns with a warm grey that is darker than the walls they become statuesque design elements.


Loads of style and storage along with a solid marble top make this cabinet a perfect choice. for the bar. … Scotch and Sofa anyone?


Everyone is welcome now that we have designed a flexible seating plan. A table that seats eight plus can squeeze in another two is an entertainers dream. These six main dining chairs mirror the host chairs design and the same fabrics are blended to maintain harmonious flow. The new kitchen chairs (not shown) are the same frame style however finished with a different fabric that accents the overall decor. The two table extensions can be removed and the extra chairs placed on either side of the large cabinet. The stars shine with this spectacular chandelier that feels like a party atmosphere every time it’s turned on.


The two host chairs are custom crafted in Java by Christopher Guy and the high gloss black hand rubbed finish adds to the drama. Hickory White dining table finished in matte black has the ends and sides hand striped in Platinum. All of the fabrics are family friendly. The bubble like polka dots are meant to invoke more of the party environment as they look like champagne bubbles.


Storage had been lacking but this cabinet fills the bill. With it’s seemingly antique heritage, loads of drawers and a solid granite top the storage issues are beautifully resolved. The swirls of the carved mirror play with the chandelier and buffet lamps. The warmth from the champagne finish pairs well with the mixed metal finishes throughout this space.


Artwork is both playful and intriguing adding dimension to this home’s interior design. Groupings balance larger focal art pieces throughout this space.

Photographs by Stephani Buchman Photography


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