Before & After: This Small Space Makeover Blends Modern Style With Victorian Charm
H&H’s Reiko Caron and Kai Ethier give us an inside look at a complete apartment makeover in Kai’s 650-square-foot rental unit. In this home tour, you’ll see how Kai married mid-century modern furnishings from EQ3 with Victorian architectural elements to deliver a European look. Bold floral wallpaper in the living room offers the perfect backdrop for a neutral contemporary sofa. In the kitchen, green shaker cabinets with brass hardware gives the updated space a sense of history, while a glass-top dining table and modernized Windsor chairs form the perfect eat-in dining area. Painting the bedroom a rich teal, juxtaposed against timeless wood furniture, creates a cozy cocoon. After watching the video, get modern decorating tips from EQ3 creative director Thom Fougere in our gallery and enter to win a Replay leather sofa worth $3,899!
Presented by EQ3.
SOURCE GUIDE (Click/tap “Sources” below for a complete list.) | Living Room: Replay sofa, Ynes coffee table, Conner mirror, Suite chair and ottoman, Metro floor lamp, Enno porcelain LED bulb, Peggy side table, Tobi ModBox, Block rug, Stout and Adobe planters, Posey vases, Dot tray, Marimekko Mynsteri teapot, Marimekko Oiva Loimu candle holder. Kitchen: Place square dinette table, Lyla side chairs, Garrido Stoneware Dinnerware, Ames flatware set, Ball pendant light. Bedroom: Marcel bed and nightstands, Mood table lamp, bedding.
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Release Date: April 30, 2018
Featuring: Kai Ethier, Reiko Caron
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