Kate Thornley-Hall’s Cosy Log Cabin

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Runtime: 5:59
Release Date: November 19, 2012
Featuring: Kate Thornley-Hall

Toronto designer Kate Thornley-Hall tours us through her renovated 1870s ski chalet in Collingwood, Ontario. Learn her tips for decorating with a cosy, log cabin style, from wool flatweave rugs and vintage finds to reclaimed wood and toile wallpaper prints.

See more of this cottage in our December 2010 issue and online photo gallery.

  • Sources

    Contractor, Blake Farrow Project Management, Collingwood, Ont. (705) 888-0424 or visit blakefarrowprojectmanagement.ca; architect, Robert McCrea, email mccrea.architect@gmail.com. Page 94: Maple Leafs carpet by Eric Mathew, Source UK, Toronto (416) 357-5007 or visit sourceuk.ca; HBC ottomans, The Bay, visit hbc.com; sofa, Peaks & Rafters, Port Carling, Ont. (705) 765-6868 or visit peaksandrafters.com; artwork (on mantel) by Mark Berens, Art Interiors, Toronto (416) 488-3157 or
    visit artinteriors.ca; chair fabric, Designer Fabrics, Toronto (416) 531-2810 or visit designerfabrics.ca; cedar garland, Sheridan Nurseries, visit sheridan nurseries.com. Page 95: Exterior: Door, Lucan Architectural, Lucan, Ont. (519) 645-9079; wreath, Sheridan Nurseries, as above. Mantel: Sconce, Peaks & Rafters, as above; cedar garland, Sheridan Nurseries, as above. Page 96: Dining room: Table, chairs, Land & Ross Antiques, Shakespeare, Ont. (519) 625-8070 or visit landandross.com; chandelier, Akladios Antiques, Toronto (416) 544-1960; antler candleholders, curtain sewing by Marina Farrow, Peaks & Rafters, as above; light (on wall), L'Atelier, Toronto (416) 966-0200; drapes, rods, Designer Fabrics, as above; greenery, Sheridan Nurseries, as above. Hot chocolate: Wood square platter, Angus & Company, Toronto (416) 537-4104 or visit angusandcompany.com; greenery, Sheridan Nurseries, as above. Table detail: Red and white tureen and bowls, Cynthia Findlay Antiques, Toronto (416) 260-9057 or visit cynthiafindlay.com; napkins, Angus & Company, as above. Page 98: Kettle, Le Creuset, call 1-866-666-6162 or visit lecreuset.ca; pendant lights, Peaks & Rafters, as above; Heaven carpet by Eric Mathew, Source UK, as above; custom cabinet finish, Blake Farrow Project Management, as above; utensil canister, Elte, Toronto (416) 785-7885, 1-888-276-3583 or visit elte.com; cheese board (under oranges), Cynthia Findlay Antiques, as above. Page 100: Principal bedroom chair: Chest of drawers, Land & Ross Antiques, as above; tray, pitcher, plant pot, books (bottom two), Angus & Company, as above; throws (on chair), Elte, as above. Girls' bedroom: Beds, Bunk House Kids, Toronto (416) 915-4009, 1-800-588-8339 or visit bunkhousekids.com; Ralph Lauren wallpaper, Peaks & Rafters, as above; Laura Ashley bedding, The Bay, as above; Paisley carpet by Eric Mathew, Source UK, as above; curtains, Designer Fabrics, as above; silver vase, Elte, as above; cedar boughs, Sheridan Nurseries, as above. Principal bedroom bed: John Robshaw bedding, wallpaper, side table, sconces, Peaks & Rafters, as above; chandelier, Akladios Antiques, as above; blue throw, clock, Elte, as above. Bathroom: Custom cabinets, Blake Farrow Project Management, as above; tub, tap, sink, towels, cup, tray, Ginger's, Toronto (416) 787-1787, 1-888-444-3292 or visit gingersbath.com; mirror, towel bars, Restoration Hardware, visit restorationhardware.com; Diamond carpet by Smythe, Source UK, as above; wreath, Sheridan Nurseries, as above.

  • Credits

    Lynda Reeves

    Sheri Graham Delagran

    Jason Stickley

    Ryan Louis

    Reiko Caron

    Andrew Noddin

    Michael Kadis

    Jessica Piekarski

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