Tour the apartment of designer Michael Angus, owner of the Angus & Company boutique, shows off his tailored living room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.
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May 3, 2010
House & Home Condos, Lofts & Apartments 2009 SIP
Painting, Court-Hampton Painting, Toronto (416) 925-1376. living room: Windsor loveseat, white denim-slipcovered three-seater Dupont sofa, drop-leaf side table, rush basket, birch logs, granite and brass side table, Angus & Company, Toronto (416) 537-4104 or visit www.angusandcompany.ca; mirrored wall, Mirror Interiors, Oakville, Ont. (905) 829-2111; TV and bracket installation (not shown), Why? Because You Can! Home Automation, Toronto (647) 349-6494 or visit www.wbyc.ca. Page 87: bureau and mirror: Burled walnut chest of drawers, Rococo-style basswood mirror, large urn, Angus & Company, as above; mirrored wall installation, Mirror Interiors, as above. Office: Spool-leg table, 19th-century burled walnut armoire, planter, Angus & Company, as above. Front entrance: Zebra-upholstered bench, antique secretary, antique chair, mounted antlers, Angus & Company, as above. dining room: Hutton chairs (upholstered in black velvet), 19thcentury English mahogany breakfast table, Angus & Company, as above. desk: Spool-leg table, 19th-century burled walnut armoire, planter, Angus & Company, as above; wall colour, Carriage Green (94), Farrow & Ball, Toronto (416) 920-0200 or visit www.farrow-ball.com Page 90: bedroom: Headboard, bed skirt, mahogany-veneer bedside tables with white drawers, crystal balustrade lamps, drapes, Angus & Company, as above. hallway: Millwork and pedestal construction, Paul Cuthbert, Toronto (416) 540-3213; urn, Angus & Company, as above.
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