Designers Dominique Jacquet and Anne Sophie Goneau recently collaborated to come up with a fresh minimalist space, which is situated in the French Canadian city of Montréal.
The home is highly modern and simplistic, but incorporates just the right amount of color to make it truly unique. Often times, Jacquet and Goneau add a pop of subtle color by including large navy blue cabinets that reach the ceilings. In order to contrast the stark white the covers much of the walls and flooring, the designer duo include black accent walls and tiling as well, with the latter overtaking the entire bathroom.
With the combination of simple white walls, minimal accents, high ceilings and large windows, the space in the home seems to be endless.
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