Leona Mozes Photography

(514) 815-7355
www.lmozes.com

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Residential photography, real estate photography

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Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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Interior photography catered to the high-end, luxury interior design and real estate markets.

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Best of Houzz 2012
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I would just purchase a telescope and call it a day.
July 15, 2014 at 10:21am     
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Matthew Izzo
Such a great view I would leave it open. But if you need sun protection I would add a simple UV shade that disappears into the thin track.
July 15, 2014 at 1:03pm   
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afcheung
Yes, the sun can get quite intense in the morning so I will definitely need some sort of UV shade. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to comment. It's very much appreciated.
July 16, 2014 at 12:46am   
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Will you actually be using the fireplace? Will you order wood every year and carry it in the house? Do you live in a region where it's cold enough to light fires on a regular basis? If the answer to these questions is no, then perhaps you don't need one at all. For sure it's a great feature to have, but only if you'll use it. If practical and comfortable room layouts are more important to your lifestyle, then perhaps reconsider the fireplace altogether.
July 15, 2014 at 6:25am     
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Please refer to an article on fireplaces featured in Houzz: http://www.forbes.com/sites/houzz/2014/01/03/why-you-should-nix-your-fireplace/
July 15, 2014 at 7:14am   
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I just thought of another idea, if you decide to keep the fireplace where it is.

You could make it so the fireplace and brick surround didn't take up that whole wall. I think that it wouldn't be so visually dominant in the room that way. You could replace the brick with drywall and a simpler, smaller surround made out of wood and marble or tile, with a smaller, better proportioned mantel.

Or, you could paint the brick in a neutral color like off white or pale gray and again, replace the mantel.
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July 15, 2014 at 1:15pm     
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Sir Worthy
hey you guys are all so thoughtful.. I appreciate your guys concerns! I wish you were all hear to help with the rest of the house lol
July 20, 2014 at 2:33pm   
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I like the exposed wood exteriors of the upper cabinets. Doesn't seem to be the case on the lower cabinets though. Is this correct? The exposed wood would gently tie in the cabinets with the wood panelled kitchen walls, and then you could add some brightness by just having the doors in an off white. I don't think I'd stain them black....black with brown (floors) will feel too dark, and won't offer enough contrast. Keep the cabinets on the light side, and if you want to introduce some black, do so with the cabinet hardware or light fixtures.
July 13, 2014 at 8:13am   
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Here's an image of what I was referring to:http://rmeeq.com/img/kitchen-appealing-large-kichen-with-reclaimed-wood-kitchen-islands-design-and-white-kitchen-cabinet-also-excellent-laminate-wooden-floor-ideas-vintage-reclaimed-wood-kitchen-islands-design-for-beautif.jpg
July 13, 2014 at 8:19am   
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Here's the image again
July 13, 2014 at 8:22am     
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Maryz
I should probably have added: in my first photo, I hope you can the front of the black cookstove. Of course, it is prominent, and has a very tall black chimney to the ceiling...
July 13, 2014 at 9:49am   
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I would white wash the cabinets. It is easier to change out color rather than the black. And the tops, I would go with a dark slate grey.
July 13, 2014 at 10:09am   
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Thank you for your question. The pendant lights were purchased at Celadon Collection in Montreal. When contacting them, please reference this photo and the photographer, so that they can identify the fixture quickly for you. Please go to: http:/www.celadoncollection.com
If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.
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Leona (Leona Mozes Photography).
July 13, 2014 at 7:34am   
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Review by Doris Sarry Design:

Leona Mozes can make any environment inviting. Her keen eye for detail and interior design background give her an edge that is clearly visible in her photograph...
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Review by Celadon Collection:

Leona has a very good understanding on how to make a room look its best. Having a background in interior design and having worked with one of the best designers...
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Review by Hennessey inc:

Leona Mozes has been our photographer for the past six years, both for business and private events. As a construction contractor, I use Mrs. Mozes services for ...
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Photography! Leona's eye for photography combines the understanding of light and the composition of subject matter akin to an artist. I have used Leona for ...
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I used the services of Leona Mozes to do some portraits of my family. She listened to our requests and quickly assessed both our environment and our dynamic. I...
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I have been referring the painting services of Hennessey Inc for over 10 years now. In all cases, my clients' feedback and satisfaction level with her work has...
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Have worked with Bridgit when we were in the hospitality design business many years ago. With a great eye for design, she is also astute, thorough, and extrem...
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