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 nature-inspired bathroom was decorated with soft green walls and various shades of brown, beige and white.
We added interest and subtle contrast to the furniture by using colour on the walls and bed to create a relaxing bedroom retreat.
To create a more substantial centerpiece, we stacked a few books under a large decorative bowl. We made sure to choose books that had colours that would complement the rest of the decor.
Working with a modest budget, we got creative and fashioned a coffee table out of 3 trunks of various sizes. In a small space, this solution also added much needed storage.
Many clients have liked the glass tile detailing that has been used in some of our previous designs. This is a more traditional take on the look. It adds both colour and character to the space.
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.
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.
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.