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Learn how modern art can be showcased in an old Victorian home. Anna Abbruzzo of Igloo Design reveals how she emphasized the original architecture like ceilings, fireplaces and stairs, while displaying the homeowner's collection of unique art and lighting. Plus, see how she incorporated pops of colour and pattern to warm up the gallery-white walls.

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Interior design, Anna Abbruzzo et Alain Courchesne, Igloo Design, Montréal 514 933-4456.

Dining room: Chaises Era, Design Within Reach; Moooi light fixture, Latitude Nord, Montréal (514) 287-9038; Mischioff rug, Igloo Design, as above.

Living room: Saturno table, Artek, Mobilier Avant-Scène; art, Antoine Ertaskiran, Galerie Antoine, (514) 989-7886.

Kitchen: Bolon flooring, Y&Co, Toronto (416) 968-7700; armchairs, Ligne Roset, Maison Corbeil, Montréal (514) 382-1443, Laval (450) 682-3022; Marcel Wanders for Ceramica Bardelli tiles (on wall), Igloo Design, as above; Nelson wood bench, Herman Miller, Triede Design, Montréal (514) 845-3225, and EQ3, and Herman Miller; Fornasetti tiles (with faces), Igloo Design, as above; floor paint colour, Lamp Room Grey (88), Farrow & Ball.

Staircase: Marcel Wanders for Ceramica Bardelli tiles (on wall), Igloo Design, as above.

Principal bathroom: Tom Dixon pendant lights, Latitude Nord, as above; Body Park shower tiles, Nigel Coates for Ceramica Bardelli, Igloo Design, as above.


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