This won best master bathroom spa retreat design in Canadian Home Trends Magazine. I call this design style urban contemporary with a hint of French décor. I chose a vanity with a European feel and paired it with a traditional faucet. To recreate this look, start with a multicolored tile in a herringbone pattern and select coordinating fixtures, furniture, finishes and paint colors.”
I’m excited about this colour of the year from Benjamin Moore it’s definitely a colour I can use in my design and I like the dramatic but warm tone of this colour. https://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/color-overview/color-collections/color-trends-2017
We all have a piece of furniture that could use a makeover, but when do we know it deserves to be reupholstered or not. I usually ask clients a few questions to see if the piece of furniture is worth the makeover.
1. How long have you had the furniture? 2. What did you pay for the furniture when you purchased it? And 3. Is it comfortable? The other important fact is how much will it cost for fabric and labour and in my design advice if the work is half or less than what you paid for it in the first place then go for it and do the work. Better to reuse than buy again.
This wallpaper by Farrow & Ball is one of my favorites, it combines both feminine and masculine feeling. It’s a large enough pattern that it could easily be used on one wall with coordinating paint on the other walls or what the heck lets use it all over, its beautiful…. “Aspire to Beautiful Living”
This designer is not afraid of colour and pattern and that’s what I admire about her space. Could you live in this living room?
“Aspire to Beautiful Living “ Jacklynn Little Interiors