The owners of this 1905 architecturally significant Westmount house sought to keep and restore its most elegant details: warm oak doors and frames, intricate plaster moldings, and classic tiled bathrooms. The project was to repair and refresh these parts alongside updating the electrical. The kitchen, which had been updated in the 1950s, needed a new approach. The homeowner sought a warm space as decorated as the rest of the home and with the conveniences that many families seek: Lower drawers instead of cabinets, a walk-in pantry, and a sunny dining nook. The home was featured in Domino magazine and in the book Uncommon Kitchens (2023).