The flooring went in this week, and we have started ordering all the furnishings for my sons bedroom. I’m dying to see them all together in the space! (If you missed my posts for weeks one and two for the One Room Challenge, you can read them here and here.) The room currently has a really plain flushmount, which will be replaced with this schoolhouse light fixture from Rejuvenation. I love the vintage feel it has, and the combination of black metal and milk glass! I am also on the hunt for a vintage turkish rug. I had one picked out but sadly it sold before I could snag it up! Hoping I can find one in time that is the… Read more »
I can’t believe we are already a week into the ORC! (If you missed the post from week 1, you can see it here.) We have been busy over here demoing my sons bedroom and getting it ready for the new trim and hardwood. Yay!! I absolutely love the look of White Oak flooring with an oil finish and knew it was what I wanted to incorporate. There are so many beautiful pre finished floors to choose from, however to save some cost but not sacrifice the look, we decided to go with a 5″ unfinished White Oak plank and finish it in the Rubio 5% White stain. The stain protects and colours the wood in a single layer, and has… Read more »
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.