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Gallery: DIY-chic Fredericton renovation

A dated two storey home gets a new lease on life with a modern kitchen, chic wood detailing, and high-contrast décor. Photos by Ashley Erb. Read the full story here

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  • Mallory’s penchant for striking light fixtures provides visual interest throughout the home. In the dining room, a painting matching the windows in scale extends the illusion of a wall of glass. Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • The central island in the kitchen provides ample seating, prep area for cooking, a wine cabinet, microwave, dishwasher, and hardwood butcher-block top. Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • In the couple’s office, a circa 1970s Clairtone record console (a Kijiji find) lends storage space and displays a vintage record player and amp. Above, shelves hold vinyl records. Starburst chandelier by Matteo. Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • In the living room, grey built-in cupboards and bookshelves match the kitchen cabinets. The wooden slat wall that displays the TV was a DIY project for the couple. The oversized teal print from Montreal-based artist Sophia Paleotheodoros is an eye-grabber in space. Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Homeowners Mallory Lennon and Matt Daigle relax with daughter Audrey in their bright living room. Audrey’s teepee-style tent was an easy weekend project Mallory made from canvas and wooden dowels.Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • In Audrey’s room, bright tangerine accents and hanging gold prismas from Umbra soften the geometric shapes of the Urban Walls decals, curtains, and Ikea rug. Mallory found the antlers at a yard sale, painted them gold and adorned them with flowers for a funky look. Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • In the master bedroom,18 Karat bamboo wall lamps from Scandimodern balance the textured fabric headboard (from Joss & Main), the art (from Ren-Wil), and the woven rug (from Winners). The raw-edge sliding door seems to almost blow in the wind. Photo by: Ashley Erb
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  • Rustic wood textures continue in the guest bedroom where a planked wall is the focal point. Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Made from a slab of birch wood, the handcrafted bathroom vanity contrasts the sleek modern Kraus Ceramic sink and the Vigo wall-mounted faucet from AllModern. Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • Photo by: Ashley Erb
  • In the stairway, an the unvarnished floor-to-ceiling planked wall lends spaciousness and draws attention to the tall, narrow window. Photo by: Ashley Erb
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