A Reno That Refreshes

This Lower Mission home needed some attention to detail, and Shonna Fox of Shonna Fox Design did just that. She married the relationship between a traditional exterior, with an interior full of contemporary spirit.

Upon entry to the home your eyes are met with a creamy white palate on the walls, chrome and crystal light fixtures and lacquered maple flooring, giving the house a sense of lightness and a modern feel.

This home required a true vision. Fox updated the entire main floor, including creating a larger island in the kitchen, refinishing and adding new cabinetry, adding ceiling lighting and reupholstering the kitchen’s nook area.

To add function to the family room the TV and fireplace were incorporated into one wall. Stone was carried across to combine old and new.

In the main floor master suite, all was taken down to the studs. Two closets were combined to offer an elegant walk-in and the ensuite redesigned to offer a spa-like feel.

New furnishings throughout reflect the owners’ sense of style. Fox took dead space on the second floor landing and created a gallery feel. “On the second floor there was a 42” space between the railing and the wall. It wasn’t enough room for an office as the ceiling is sloped,” Fox explains. “I created a collage of family travel photos in metal hammered frames, which can be seen from the foyer when you enter the house.”

This home is an example of Fox’s skill in creatively pulling together a fabulous look.

For more information on how this stunning home can be yours, contact Cindy Wagner (250.826.2002) or Lorraine Penfound (250.859.9540) of Wagner & Penfound, Royal LePage Kelowna.



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