In collaboration with Montreal architecture and design firm MXMA, we’re delighted to show you breathtaking cottage locations that highlight many products from our collections. Two amawing projects that have everything you need to get away from it all and be inspired…

A family hideaway in Morin-Heights, Qc

inspiration déco chalet cabin

Perched on a hill, this holiday home fits neatly into the forest and opens up completely onto enchanting landscapes to give breathtaking views of the lake, mountains, trees and sunsets.

An open-concept living room

Open to the dining room and kitchen, the living room is composed of low furniture in order to keep the warm atmosphere that emanates from the large bay window overlooking the forest.

The heart of the cottage

The dining room has naturally taken its place at the heart of this big living space. The wood of the furniture recalls the cottage’s style which strives to be warm and rustic yet simple, surprising and timeless.

A practical, open kitchen

Have you ever noticed how everyone tends to gravitate to the kitchen during gatherings? This is even more true at the cabin! This one is designed to be practical, with plenty of built-in storage space, and open to the rest of the room in order to maintain a friendly, family feel.

Stools are the perfect bridge between kitchen and dining room and a great way to play up this cozy cabin-in-the-woods feel.

Master bedroom, master view

Here again, the atmosphere is warm and rustic with wooden furniture. From the bed or the bathtub, the view of the enchanting forest makes you forget the worries of everyday life. 

Friends getaway to Mont Shefford, Qc

A cozy afternoon at the cabin

In the living room, you can enjoy time with family and friends by the fire, in a large, comfortable sofa and with a soft rug to warm everyone’s footsies.

A warm dining area for special occasions

At the cottage, there’s nothing like a large dining table surrounded by chairs, either matching or mismatched, to make the atmosphere of a good meal even more convivial. And to create a transition between the kitchen and the dining room, there is nothing like stools! Choose swivel and leather stools to combine practicality and design.

A softly coloured bedrrom

In the bedroom, soft colours, delicate linens and small touches of gold brighten up the room. A bed with a headboard and integrated drawers add charm and practicality to the bedroom. 

A bright and organised basement

When we say chalet, you say basement! To make the most of its capacity, consider a modular sofa that adapts to your space and your desires. Play with individual pieces and colours to create a space that looks just like you!

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