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Friday, October 24

Pretty White Bedroom

A black bed frame adds contrast.

Careful use of black detailing on the bed frame, chandelier and art in this girl's bedroom balances the soft femininity of the linens. Far from harsh, the contrast in shades feels harmonious and refreshing.

Photographer:

Tracey Ayton

Products:

Chandelier, bed, Restoration Hardware.

Source:

House & Home June 2013 issue

Thursday, October 23

Wood-Lined Room

Natural materials bring the outdoors in.

A tone-on-tone palette and lots of raw texture help to create the classic "log cabin" look of designer Douglas Cridland's chalet-style home. In each room, Cridland let the wood's natural grain take centre stage and left the wall's logs largely unsanded for a rustic feel.

Photographer:

Jean Longpré

Products:

Blanket, Le Living.

Source:

Maison & Demeure December 2012/January 2013 issue

Wednesday, October 22

Unique Vancouver Home

A narrow space with loads of natural light.

Clean concrete and warm wood cladding make for an unusual yet beautiful façade on this Vancouver home. More than just architectural artistry, the building's huge floor-to-ceiling windows let in all-day sunlight to keep the modern space from feeling cold.

Designer:

David Nicolay of Evoke International Design; landscaping by Donna Chomichuk; developer, Homeworx.

Photographer:

Janis Nicolay

Source:

House & Home June 2013 issue

Tuesday, October 21

Open-Concept Dining Room

A perfect space for entertaining.

Homeowners Kevin Hill and David Lineros removed most of the wall that sat between their kitchen and dining room to create a stylish peninsula. The clever conversion added extra seating, tons of light and allowed them to spend more time with guests while entertaining. To complement their newly open layout, the couple chose minimalist furniture and lighting, including this slim-lined chandelier.

Photographer:

Michael Graydon

Products:

Table, chairs, Avenue Road; stools, Casalife; chandelier, Lambert & Fils.

Source:

House & Home September 2014 issue

Stylist: Kevin Hill & David Lineros
Monday, October 20

Modernist Living Room

A stylish space with colourful accents.

A standout artwork, like this striking Henry Bonli painting, can help focus your decorating palette, especially in a small space where each piece has impact. For this bright — but compact — Toronto condo, decorator Sean Ward chose a porcelain side table and pillows in matching blues to create a consistent look throughout the room.

Designer:

Sean Ward

Photographer:

Donna Griffith

Products:

Sofa, chairs, side table, Crate & Barrel; floor lamp, Bungalow; sisal rug, Allan Rug Co.; hide rug, StyleNorth Decorating; navy pillows, Re-Wrap Custom Upholstery; pillow fabric, Highland Court; artwork by Henry Bonli.

Source:

House & Home September 2012 issue

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