Designer Ingrid Oomen solves the dilemma of how to update a century home for modern life while maintaining the innate character. See how she preserved cherished elements such as leaded glass windows, a marble fireplace and gumwood paneling, yet made her Toronto home contemporary.
The Art Stylists Anya Shor and Manny Neubacher believe original art can be the most unique thing in your home. See why they don't shy away from hanging a bold, colourful portrait over graphic wallpaper and their suggestions for prime placement to perk up walls.
Potter Patrick Yeung's clean-edged tableware is an antidote to plastic takeout containers. With their sensual glazes and angles, Yeung's handcrafted pieces encourages diners to slow down and savour the ritual of dining, and are a reflection of his peaceful creative process.
Design, Ingrid Oomen, Vanessa Kwan, Qummunicate; entry hall marble tiles, principal bathroom tiles, Rivalda Tiles; limestone, Marble Granite Depot; panelling colour, Oxford White (CC-30), Benjamin Moore; dining room table, family room pillows, sofa, Elte; rug, Crate & Barrel; sconces, RH Restoration Hardware; kitchen windows, Grace Windows & Doors, (905) 660-0271; cabinet colour, Moonlight White (OC-125), Benjamin Moore; island countertop, Carrara 90 Marble & Granite; stools by Tolix, Design Within Reach; taps, bathroom faucet, Ginger's; sinks, Kohler; principal bathroom glass wall tile, Ciot; mirror, HomeSense; principal bedroom bed frame, RH Restoration Hardware; side table, point blanket, Hudson's Bay; duvet, pillowcases, Au Lit Fine Linens.
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