Suzanne Dimma discusses why this white kitchen with a high-contrast black feature wall by designer Stéphane Chamard conveys personality and character. See how he cleverly repurposed a kitchen table as an island and uses vintage accents and to give this Toronto kitchen urban flair.
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Suzanne Dimma discusses why this white kitchen with a striking black feature wall by designer Stéphane Chamard conveys such unique personality. See how Stéphane cleverly repurposed a kitchen table as an island and uses vintage accents to give this Toronto kitchen retro flair.
Pick up tips on how to make stylish display areas in the home using a tray. H&H design editor Joel Bray and style editor Reiko Caron take a HomeSense faux-bone and metal tray and use it as a base to create four different vignettes for the living room, bar, kitchen and bathroom.
New Brunswick-born glass artist Nick Chase, a current Harbourfront Centre artist-in-residence, demonstrates how he gives his handblown glass vessels a personal touch. Using techniques like sandblasting, etching and surface decoration, his pieces convey a gently eroded beauty.