A couple weeks ago, we completed our full service install and styling at our Butter Rd. Project, and had the lovely Cameron St. spend the day with us capturing the behind the scenes and the finished look! We are more then excited with how it all came together!!
2016 has been such an exciting year for our business and family! Thanks to so many wonderful clients, Steve was able to quite his job, and join me full time to help grow the business. With Wieske being my maiden name, we decided to change the business name from Wieske Design to Coco & Jack, after our two children. I love how personal it is for both of us! With our new business also came a new website and stationary designed by the lovely Ashley & Malone. We love how they captured our new brand, and they were such a pleasure to work with!! This past year, also included us moving from our downtown condo to a little house in… Read more »
We are so excited to share the full tour from one of our Boxed Design projects, and also have it featured today on Inspired By This! The clients were expecting their first baby, and wanted to change a bedroom in their home from a closet to a bright and pretty nursery. After filling out our questionnaire, sharing their ideas on pinterest, and sending us images and measurements of the existing space we got to work! The before images: Heres what we gave to them: 1. A FLOOR PLAN showing furniture and accessory placement 2. WALL ELEVATIONS with measurements showing the wall moulding design 3. DESIGN BOARD showing the products we sourced for the space to give an overall feel of what the space will look like 4. Numbered PRODUCT… Read more »
I’ve received so many questions and comments about this DIY I did for our past home, the Murray Project, and have finally put together a tutorial along with sources for some other wallcoverings that we love! 1. Purchase a wood canvas from your local art store. Once you know the dimensions, order a wallpaper that you love and compliments your home. We went with a 4′ x 8′ wood canvas, and a floral wallpaper by Ellie Cahsman 2. Prime and paint your wood canvas so it is the same colour as the background on your wallpaper. This will make the seams less visible. Start applying the wallpaper on one side of the canvas, and Use a level to make sure the first piece is straight. 3…. Read more »
I love mixing custom built-ins and pre made cabinets into a space. It makes the room feel more collected, and prevents the space from feeling too ‘matchy’. Below we are sharing some of our favourite cabinets and go to styles along with the sources! Here are some of our favourite cabinets and go to styles along with the sources! 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 Photography by Cameron St.