See how homeowners Laura and Matthew Leonard transformed their dark and dated suburban home into a bright and airy oasis built for holiday hosting. The kitchen’s ample counter space, large farmhouse sink and spacious island make entertaining a breeze, while the dining room’s built-in bench with hidden storage and long wooden table is the perfect spot to host Christmas dinner. You’ll fall in love with the winter-white palette and subtle festive decor.
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December 17, 2018
Laura and Matthew Leonard
Starburst Mirror, striped throw, white bowl on dining table, vases, EQ3, Foyer Ceramic Floor Tile; British Ceramic Tile through Centura, Flooring; Crafters Mission Engineered Hardwood Floor in White Oak - COlonial from Alexanians, Paint throughout - Benjamin Moore, Chantilly Lace OC-65, Cabinet Paint for Kitchen Island - Benjamin Moore, Wish AF-680, Countertop - Quartz in 5141 Frosty Carrina from Caesarstone, Backsplash - Centura, Kitchen Hardware - Rejuvination, Foyer Light - Rose City 4" Chain Pendant from Rejuvination, Lights over sink - Cruz Corneau 1-Light Armed Sconce in Black and Brace from Wayfair, Floor Lamp - Target
Kohler Kitchen Faucet in Vibrant Polished Nickel, Dining Table and Coffee Tables - Pottery Barn, Napa Buffet Table - Wayfair, Kitchen Chairs - Joi Twenty Chair in White from Industry West, Living Room Rug - LD Shoppe
Living Room Swivel Chairs - LD Shoppe, Pillows - Tonic Living and Jane Meets Ruby, Curtains/Roman Blinds - Fabric from Tonic Living, sewing done through home owner contact, Couch - Van Gogh purchased through In House in Burlington Ontario.
DIRECTOR TV PRODUCTION & ONLINE VIDEO
Sheri Graham Delagran
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
PRODUCER & STYLIST
Esther Sunghee Byun
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