Patterned tiles have been so big over the last couple years, but lately I’ve been loving these more simple and larger rustic tiles! They add such pretty texture to a space, and look so great paired with wall mouldings. Here are my top 5 designs that I’ve come across!
We often get hired by clients who are happy with their home and the layout, but are just looking for some more character and that custom home feel. One of my favourite ways to add in that interest and detail is on the ceiling. As the ‘fifth wall’ it often gets forgotten, but is a really great way to ‘divide’ open living spaces, draw attention to high ceilings, and give a room more layers and depth. Here are my favourite ways to design a ceiling! -ONE- Beams are my favourite ways to help distinguish separate areas in an open concept floor plan! Atlanta Homes Our Oakville Residence Kate Marker Interiors Amber Interiors M. Elle Design -TWO- Coffered ceilings takes… Read more »
Lately I’ve been pinning just about every nook I come across on Pinterest. I can’t get enough of how much detail you can pack into such a little area, and how much of a bonus space it can be. Here are my top five ways to fill those awkward corners so they reach their full potential!
I always look forward to Saturdays for some really good family time, and taking a step back from work. It always helps me to feel refreshed and excited to get back into things on Monday! In case you missed it, this past week, I shared on the blog my favourite ways to style the large wall space over a sofa. (You can read it here!) Image from our Toronto Project We also posted the tutorial of how Steve made our fireplace mantel from the One Room Challenge. We are so glad so many of you guys have found it helpful, and are hoping to show more of the behind the scenes with some of our future projects! We also shared… Read more »
This past fall, I shared the reveal for our One Room Challenge living room makeover, and was getting so many questions about the fireplace mantel and how we got the look. I loved this style for a while, and loved the idea of it made from concrete. I drew out the design for Steve in the morning and he left to go get all the supplies to make a mould. This would have been his first time ever making something out of concrete, and after talking it over with my grandfather (who’s done it a bunch of times) he decided it would be a really tough piece to try on his first attempt. With the tight timeline, he called me up and… Read more »