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Select pieces of furniture create zones in the open-concept bedroom of Toronto architect Darcie Watson. The double-sided fireplace shared by her ensuite bathroom is a dramatic focal point.
In the guest cabin of designer J Gibson’s rustic winter weekend retreat, classic Pendleton blankets are layered over crisp white linens. The muted palette is restful and serene, perfect for lucky guests.
Perhaps it’s no surprise that a TV pops up from the console at the foot of the bed in the principal bedroom of tech guru Don Tapscott’s Toronto condo. A sleek glass and steel desk is the perfect spot to catch up on work.
Pastel pink linens and a soft tufted upholstered headboard make a comforting combo in this principal bedroom. A modern brass chandelier ups the sophistication in this West End Toronto home, owned by David Sword and Lise Anne Gougeon.
This young Calgary couple’s principal bedroom displays a French flair. The inspiration was a luxurious hotel room, complete with a traditional crystal chandelier and cozy faux throw.
The cover of our June 2017 issue, this bedroom by designer Ines Mazzotta has glamor in spades. A jet-black pendant updates the traditional elements and artwork, creating tension between old and new.
Full-height windows give unobstructed sunrise to sunset vistas of an enviable lake view in this grand Muskoka cottage. The windows can be opened to make the most of cooling lakeside breezes.
Film producer Sloane Klevin is a big fan of mid-century modern pieces, and her Hudson Valley bedroom proves the point with a vintage chair and George Nelson dresser.
Imagine waking up to this gorgeous treetop view from the principal bedroom of this modernist Yorkville house in Toronto. It feels miles away from its location in the heart of a busy city, and is an oasis of calm for owners Wendy Davis and Peter Vesely.
An abstracted floral wallpaper was the starting point in Genevieve Makinson and James Aitken’s soothing principal bedroom. The neutral palette makes items like treasured Kiska linens pop.
A tall wing chair-style headboard makes the bed in this Toronto bedroom feel extra cozy. Brass sconces are easily adjusted for nighttime reading.
You’d never guess this mod bedroom is located in a historical house, but our Designer Of The Year, Katherine Newman, masterfully mixed past and present in this Georgian Revival to create a pristine principal suite. Hushed tones of lavender and cream — Katherine’s signature palette — bring quiet luxury to the space.