Monthly Archives: March 2012

More beautiful grasscloth wallpaper

I just love grasscloth, the look of it, the feel of it. It transforms a space into something unique and creates an amazing feature wall. This west end Toronto townhome has a long wall in the main living area that … Continue reading

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Black & White with pops of colour

Here’s a great colour scheme that is elegant and sophisticated. A basic scheme of black and white with pops of purple and green. Accessories such as purple flowers and candles, a green bowl and green and purple vases in the … Continue reading

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Building a Custom Headboard

Today, we built a headboard with a floating night stand and it turned out beautifully, so I thought I would share it with you. Building a headboard whether fabric or in this case, wood (oak) is not particularilly difficult as … Continue reading

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South Beach

This Florida inspired townhome on Toronto’s waterfront was so much fun to do. Nothing like spending a few weeks in the summer next to the yachts. Painted in bright yellow and teal and furnished with a mix of contemporary and … Continue reading

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Maple Leaf Square

Maple Leaf Square, two towers next to the Air Canada Centre, close to everything. The unit is very small, basically the kitchen, living and dining areas are all in one square room. A challenge to furnish but we did it. … Continue reading

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Accolade

This condo was an exercise in repetition. When you look at the photos, you will see arcs repeated everywhere. It’s a great way to bring flow and a cohesive look to a space. All inspired by the shower curtain. Believe … Continue reading

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Bloor West Village

I just LOVE this place. Bloor West Village is amazing. The building is gorgeous. The condo is one of the warmest, coziest spaces I’ve done. The unit overlooks a cemetary which sounds a tad creepy but with all the trees … Continue reading

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