Transforming dated design into a welcoming space.
A fresh fix for a popular house style.
An easy way to create a statement wall.
Designer Peter Fallico of HGTV's Home to Keep unveils the addition he made to his own 1930s Toronto home. See which new spaces, features and finishes Peter couldn't live without, and how he maintained the house's historic character.
Porcelain and mosaic tile, Olympia Tile; kitchen cabinetry, Turkey Hill cabinet door style in Sharkey Gray (island doors in Acorn with Molasses Highlight), both Martha Stewart through the Home Depot; cabinetry pulls and knobs, Silestone countertops, Home Depot; backsplash, carrara marble, New Canadians Lumber; stove and range hood, GE Monogram; Collina pull-down faucet, American Standard; schoolhouse pendant and dining room fixture, Panet Lighting; entertainment unit cabinetry, Dunemere in Sharkey Gray, Martha Stewart through Home Depot; the entertainment unit countertop, Silestone Altair available through Home Depot; Turning pendant, West Elm; engineered hardwood flooring in Artisan Collection Hickory Earth, Torlys; great room and kitchen paint, Fan Light Grey, Para; leather sofa and chairs, Lind Furniture; dining room paint colour, Round the Water Cooler, Para; spray-painting the dining table top, Paint It Like New; ceiling medallion, Classic Mouldings; Roderigo dining chairs, Sunpan Modern Home; mirrored side tables, Chateau Imports; mirror and drapery rod, Home Depot; light fixture, Panet Lighting; drapes, West Elm; bedroom hide rug, Ikea; Patagonia king bed, Sunpan Modern Home; bedding, HomeSense; window treatment, Levelor; Perceptions Room; Summit Designer Cabot Trail Walnut flooring, Torlys; sliding French patio doors, Andersen Windows; rug, Korhani; Umbra Loft Collection patio furniture, Canadian Tire.
Sheri Graham Delagran
Patrick MaloneErin Gulas
Peter FallicoCopyright 2013