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Located in rural Quebec, Canada, the Maison du Boisé House was designed for a family with three young children with the possibility for another. Created by Gestion René Desjardins, the “modern, not minimalist” dwelling features a monochromatic palette and Sucupira floors throughout – while the decor comes across as anything but minimalist due to accents borrowed from classical architecture including coffered ceilings, theatrical openings in the passages, and wide matte-white mouldings that run along the base of the silk-grey walls. The design firm managed to make a space that was “cozy” without making it overburdened with colors and objects.