Preparing a nice little dish by following a recipe from your favourite cookbook can often be a puzzle. You don’t know where to put the book due to a lack of space, and the open pages close or end up becoming unreadable due to food stains.
Because not everybody can make the trip to Montreal, we figured opening the shop’s doors virtually was a cool idea, and since I like to write these kind of behind the scenes and woodworking posts, here’s how the solid woods legs from our shoe rack bench are made, step by step.
The following is a guest post by Josianne Pouliot. It covers a few elements to keep in mind while you’re taking the first steps toward living in a smaller space.
The story behind the creation of our adjustable book stand.
This second post on the Tiny House movement showcase the project of Atelier Praxis, an interior design firm from Montreal who designed a nice and modern house.
This very first post on U&C blog is all about living in the smallest space you can find: a tiny house.