Style editor Sarah Hartill explains how she transformed her compact family home into a chic open-concept space with an addition. Learn her favourite space-saving details and budget tips, and watch how Sarah creates a personal look with a mix of custom details and Ikea cabinetry.
Architectural blueprints, Will Hudson, Hudson Architecture; contractor, builder, Mason Brothers Construction; all sewing, Tonic Living; Turkish rugs, principal bedroom rug, Ecarpet Gallery; wall colour (throughout), All White (2005), Pavilion Gray (242) (Grayson's room), Farrow & Ball; living room sofa fabric, Robert Allen Showtime in Nordic sofa fabric, DwellStudio Palmwood in Jet graphic pillow fabric, Beacon Hill Light Linen in Orchid light purple pillow fabric, Beacon Hill Lady Elise in Coral pink pillow fabric, dining room banquette fabric by DwellStudio, all Robert Allen; shutters, Canada Custom Shutters; chandelier, The Door Store; cabinets (for banquette base), kitchen installation, Akurum cabinets, Abstrakt doors, fridge, quartz counters, Pax unit (principal bedroom), beds (Tate's bedroom), all Ikea; brass pulls on kitchen cabinetry, Lee Valley Tools; flooring throughout, Silverwood Flooring; Bertazzoni range, exhaust fan, Distinctive Appliances; marble counter, bathroom vanity, Marble View; faucet, pot filler, Kohler; tile, bathroom tile, Olympia Tile & Stone; blankets (Tate's room), Hudson's Bay; custom light fixture fabrication in principal bedroom, Lambert & Fils; faucet, tub, shower system, American Standard.
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