I am beyond excited to be participating as a guest designer in this years fall One Room Challenge! We moved into our new house just over a month ago, and I have a long list of design projects that I would love to check off. For this challenge, I was able to narrow it down to my sons bedroom. The space is really small and has a bit of an awkward layout, however after thinking it through I see so much potential! Below are some of the before images of the space, as well as a design board of my vision! Check in every Thursday to see the progress, and also follow the other design bloggers! … Read more »
I am so excited to finally be able to share my home tour, the Murray project! Being my own home, this project was obviously very near and dear to me. We moved into the 12oo sq ft condo in downtown Hamilton just under 3 years ago. Our unit was situated in a new glass level on an old historic building with a panoramic view of the bay.
I loved having the opportunity to design this Parisian inspired cafe, and loved that the client wanted to go with more of an elegant style! The pretty details are so different from the industrial and rustic design that is usually seen in Hamilton.
The existing space had laminate floors and dated light fixtures. However, the exposed brick fireplaces and original decorative trim where the perfect base for the design.
I was really excited to work alongside the homeowners on the Waterdown home! When I was hired on, they already had the plans drawn up for the new addition, and such a great vision of what they were looking for. The one homeowner custom designs jewellery, and you can see her love for accessorizing throughout the space! When designing the great room, I really wanted it to be a place the family would love to relax in, and where they would enjoy hosting company. One of my main concerns when working with such a large living space, is that the sitting area can be “too big” making it difficult to carry a conversation with someone across the room. In order to prevent this, I separated the… Read more »
HAMBRGR was a fun project to work on with a really quick turn around time. The owner wanted to revamp the then Italian restaurant, and give it a cooler atmosphere that would make people want to linger in the space. The budget didn’t allow for us to change any of the millwork or flooring, so we focused our attention on the walls, furniture and lighting.