In this Episode
The Art Stylists Anya Shor and Manny Neubacher demonstrate how to style a room in six different ways by switching up the artwork. Watch as they transform a simple living area with oversized paintings, contemporary photographs, an unframed canvas, and a few accessories while leaving the furniture as is.
Erin Feasby and Cindy Bleeks of Feasby & Bleeks explain how they updated a family room that was stuck in the 1980s. Learn their tips on where to splurge and where to save, from chic patio doors to vintage finds on Craigslist.
Toronto textile designer and Lucca Fine Linens owner Beth Poulter shares the inspiration behind her fun fabrics. Learn why she loves bold patterns, layered monochromatic pillows and intricate details.
One Room, Six Ways
All accessories and furniture from Elte.
- First look: Art by Katie Pretti
- Second look: Art by John Smialek (black encaustic wax piece) and Ianick Raymond (smaller optical piece)
- Third look: Art by Alain Lefort
- Fourth look: Art by Thrush Holmes (neon) and David Bagosy (moth and fly photographs)
- Fifth look: Art by Manny Neubacher
- Sixth look: Art by Adrian Williams and frames by Elgin Picture & Frame
Family Room Makeover
Family Room: Throw pillows, Cocoon Furnishings; millwork, Harvest Home, Hugh Yalden (416) 871-9090; vase on coffee table, HomeSense; silver turtles on coffee table and in bookcase, Cocoon Furnishings; trio of ceramic and wood vases in bookcase, green and blue vases in built-in, Crate & Barrel; large grey vessel with green interior, CB2; green boxes, green ceramic bottle in bookcase, Cocoon Furnishings; large silver jack, hourglass, HomeSense; rug, sectional and occasional chair, Elte; frames, West Elm and Pottery Barn; trio of wooden vases on small console, West Elm; zigzag yellow pillow, small white bowls on side table, West Elm; artwork, "The Beckoning" by Sarah Tacoma, The Art Studio.
Dining Room: Custom console in dining room, Hardware; ceramics on console, Crate & Barrel; small side table in stairwell, Cocoon Furnishings; mirror over console, Cornerstone; artwork, "The Line Up" by Lisa Free from In2art gallery.
Beth Poulter's Eclectic Style
Kiska Textiles, Toronto.