This basement family room was kept bright and cheerful by adding in lots of lighting and incorporating a mostly neutral scheme of warm white walls and grey with a few pops of golden yellow.
This guest bathroom got a colourful face-lift with a glass tile detail, which matched the client's art prints that were re-framed in a more contemporary style.
The client's favourite colour, blue, was used in the design along with various shades of grey to create a small contemporary open-concept space.
In this bachelor's condo, the warm wood tones helped to contrast the cool shades of grey and blue to create a cozy and inviting space around the big screen TV.
This coffee table opens up into a TV tray and, in a small space like this, creates a comfortable area for casual dining.
This kitchen was updated by simply repainting the existing oak cabinets a light grey colour, upgrading the hardware, and installing a large-scale porcelain back-splash and granite counter-top with waterfall leg.
Large 12" x 24" porcelain tiles were installed vertically for a simple modern look.
The artwork was an important family heirloom that needed to be incorporated into the space and was the main inspiration for the colours used in this bedroom.
The colours of this bachelor's en-suite were inspired by the argyle patterned vessel sink.
Using the existing white appliances and working with an approximately 12 foot wall, we were able to create a small, country style kitchen with classic white subway tiles, quartz counter-top, and bronze coloured hardware and faucet.