Thursday, March 13, 2014

A closer look at the worker's cottage home of Phyllis Tresidder

Design consultant Phyllis Tresidder of Hamilton revived an 1870's worker's cottage with flair and respect for the simple design of the house.
Tresidder worked with Patrick Lees owner of PLG Construction of Hamilton ( on the five month renovation which touched every room in the house.
The bathroom is sensational with dramatic Waverly wallpaper.
Ikea shelving is used for all that is useful and pretty.
Phyllis Tressider uses the spare bedroom as a den and office. She consults in both interior design and garden design.

The living room and dining room are generous in size. 12 people can sit for dinner.

The renovation took five months and the one floor cottage is a perfect size for an empty nester.
Rooms in the worker's cottage are a lovely proportion.

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