Decorating & Design

February 18, 2020

Statement Artwork Paints A Vivid Picture In This Home

If you’re hooked on Instagram, then you’re already aware of the growing influence of art and images on everyday life. “The internet has brought a much greater awareness and openness to all art,” says homeowner Pamela Meredith, an independent art curator who, for five years, was the senior curator for TD Bank Group.

For the last 14 years, Pamela has lived with her husband and two daughters in a 3,300-square-foot, three-bedroom Victorian in midtown Toronto. Her personal art collection, though — which is about 80 per cent Canadian and 20 per cent international — has been a quarter of a century in the making. The art preceded the home’s decorating — it dictated what colors Pamela chose for the walls, what she wanted the renovation of the principal bedroom to look like (complete by local architecture firm Superkül), even which accessories would populate various rooms. “I’m a curator at heart; I like the connections and conversations between things,” she says.

Scroll down to see inside this artful home!

Author: Alison Garwood-Jones

Alex Lukey


House & Home January 2020


Architecture by Superkül