Woolrich Group’s Bearspaw Renovation Featured in July Issue of Avenue Magazine

Kitchen reno with and island and a large peninsula. Granite countertops, two tone cabinetry, professional appliances, and brushed brass hardware
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We’re thrilled to see our clients, Mike and Kirsten, featured in this month’s issue of Avenue Magazine! They were great fun to work with on their renovation – they were willing to step outside of the box and venture into new territory with unique products and unconventional design. Their home is now entirely suited to how they live and enjoy life, bringing the outdoors in.
It started as a main area renovation and quickly extended throughout the rKitchen renovation with reclaimed wood island and built in storage, rustic bar stools, and wide oak hardwood. avenue magazine Woolrich Group's Bearspaw Renovation Featured in July Issue of Avenue Magazine Woolrigh Group Project Nature Meets City 32est of the home. The home has unique features like a custom combined walk in humidor and wine cellar, a full stone ensuite with open shower, and a beautiful breezeway connecting to the garage and guest suite.
Pick up a copy of the July issue of Calgary’s Avenue Magazine or head here  to read the article online: http://bit.ly/2a1P2br
Cecily Woolrich
Cecily Woolrich
Managing Partner Cecily is passionate about working to make the renovation experience for the client as simple, and as enjoyable, as possible. Over the past 19 years, she has designed and contracted many residential and commercial projects – and has done so in almost every capacity. Her knowledge of how things are constructed is one of her strongest assets in guiding Woolrich Group’s renovation process. She is continuously looking for ways to work to bridge the gap between design and construction.

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