I’m sharing the final room reveal (for now) from our main floor remodel. As far as design goes, this space is my favourite room in our home. I had been dreaming up ideas and saving away images for it over the last few years, and it’s been exciting to see it come together. the Befores If you read the last few posts on our home, you might have seen our original kitchen layout. It was in the middle of our home overlooking the backyard. The overall size felt small, mostly because there were doorways leading into the foyer, dining room and back hall. There were also bulkheads over all the upper cabinets and a tower at the end of the… Read more »
I’m so excited to finally be sharing the first room from our main floor reno. We started demo last January, and completely redid every room except for our front living room. (We had made over that room a few years earlier for the ORC. You can see it here!) With some delays and after waiting on some products we were finally ready to photograph it at the end of 2021. To be honest, I didn’t mind waiting a bit longer for some of the pieces I had originally picked out. We had waited 5 years to do this reno, and a few more months to get the products we loved really didn’t bother me! the Before Here is how the… Read more »
There’s two things we love when designing a home – a blank slate, and a good view. Our Kingston clients gave us both with their new home, and we were pretty excited to take on the project! The existing home had a choppy layout, but was a really great size and was located right on the water. the WISHLIST Our client’s wishlist wasn’t huge, but did have a few specific requests: – Maximize the water view – Incorporate existing sectional – Main floor play room – Main floor master bedroom and ensuite – Main floor powder room off of the back deck – 3 bedrooms and one bath upstairs the PLANS With the water view, it just… Read more »
We’ve finished our second room edit, and I’ve been so excited to share this one with you all! Our client was looking to design an inviting space where she could host family and friends around a large dining table. Here’s how the space started: The space was recently renovated and just waiting to be fully furnished. The light finishes in the room and large window made me excited to introduce some deeper and moodier tones! The starting point in the room was the large area rug. It helped fill the space and added some interest with the soft moss tones and pattern. The flat weave also makes it forgiving with food and spills. The Jacobo dining table gave… Read more »
See how we DIYed our brass shower door.