Personalized interior design
Construction Max Larocque inc. making your dreams come true since 1990
Contemporary or classic design
Our interior designers can design for you contemporary concepts at the cutting edge of the current design or offer a more classical integration approach with your home’s existing architecture. Our knowledge of past and new products allows you to make informed choices.
The interior design service is free with our construction services!
See our different projects to inspire you.
We take care of your project’s design
Our accompaniment in interior design ensures that each renovation project is well organized and that all the elements required for a smooth-running project are in place before the start of the renovation project.
We guide you throughout the design process to optimize your investment according to the new products available and the design possibilities within the existing constraints of your home. Our support begins at the first meeting and can continue until the end of your project.
Our passion for interior design means that we see each project as a challenge where we have to make sure to conciliate all the parameters to make it a success. Our ultimate goal is your short-term and long-term satisfaction. A quality design guarantees a more lasting beauty.
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A la carte services to meet your needs
Located in Montreal, our personalized residential interior design service adapts to your requirements and your home. We offer a range of services that reduce the number of speakers to discuss to in order to maintain a good communication and to facilitate the realization of your project. Our services may include:
- Measurement and needs analysis
- Conception of preliminary design
- Search of materials, appliances and finishes
- Quotation and order of finishing materials
- Complete technical plans
- 3D renderings
- Order tracking and delivery of finishing materials
- Site monitoring
Our interior projects design
1- Hochelaga : an ultra modern kitchen, design with finesse
It is hard to imagine that this ultra-modern kitchen was built in a 1930s cottage. This kitchen renovation is part of the complete cottage makeover we did.
A multifunctional open space
The de-compartmentalization of the first floor has created a large multifunctional open room that opens onto the backyard through an oversized patio door that provides a nice view, ventilation and plenty of natural light. With all this free space, homeowners now feel comfortable inviting their families and friends home.
2- Hochelaga : Creating an intimate layout in an urban neighborhood
We realized the complete renovation of this 1930s cottage. The decompartmentalization of the first floor has created a large multifunctional space, with an oversized patio door open to the backyard.
An extension that increases intimacy
To preserve the privacy of the occupants, an extension was built in the courtyard and was connected to the existing house by a bridge on the second floor. A high lateral wood fence also preserves the privacy of the yard.
We realized this exceptional project in a resolutely contemporary style, in a densely populated neighborhood, demonstrating that it is possible to preserve intimacy in the city.
3- Anjou : A kitchen reinvented to receive
The kitchen of this single-family house, located in Anjou, was separated from the living room by a load-bearing wall that limited the interactions between the dining room and the living room. In addition, the kitchen had small counter surfaces and its design was several decades old.
The owners wanted to expand their kitchen to make it more functional and to open it up to the living room so that they could chat with their children and grandchildren while they cook. For that, it was necessary to remove the load-bearing wall.
A remarkable metamorphosis
The main difficulty consisted in removing the load-bearing wall without adding support to the basement. After discussion with our designer, our technical service team developed the optimal solution and the work were carried out without any troubles.
The kitchen, the dining room and the small living room now share a vast and bright space. The cold ceramic of the kitchen floor was replaced by hardwood and was extended to the dining room to unify the space. With its large multifunctional island and warm and practical materials, the new kitchen is more enjoyable and more efficient.
That said, what the owners especially appreciate is being able to receive their families to share lively and convivial meals.
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4- Rosemont : Modern and contemporary in harmony – Domus finalist
This kitchen renovation was realized for the new owners of a duplex. Its design is a happy marriage of noble and industrial materials. Stainless steel combines with countertop marble, enameled white tile backsplash and painted wood cabinets to create a bright and practical environment. Drawers have been installed under the island for easy access.
Removing an bearing wall
A section of the bearing wall was replaced by a beam and laminated timber columns with steel hardware. Everything has been left apparent to harmonize with the new kitchen. Our team was able to accomplish all the kitchen renovation work between the acquisition of the duplex and the arrival of the new owners and their children into their residence.
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Simple and user-friendly choices
The design of this bathroom is very simple. It is a bare bathroom, without any curtains or excessive accessories. The horizontal fenestration brings a great brightness while protecting the intimacy of the occupants. The linear wooden counter adds a warm touch to this zen concept. The horizontal mirror also visually enlarges the space and increasing the brightness of the area.
We carried out this work as part of a more complete renovation project including an extension where the bathroom was located.
6- Boucherville : Saying goodbye to the 1980s podium bath
The 80s podium baths took up a lot of space and their access was very inconvenient for cleaning it up or washing children. The owners of this house did not use it for many years. Instead, they dreamed of a pretty shower and an easily accessible bathtub.
An more functional space
By removing the podium bath we were able to clear enough space for a spacious shower and a bathtub that was both pretty, practical and comfortable.
Our designer knows all types of bathrooms with their advantages and disadvantages. We are here to guide you and to help you make a good investment in your work.