Think of how many times you go into your kitchen these days. Feeling inspired? We talked to clients who worked with us to create our favourite kitchens and asked them to share their favourite thing about their kitchen and a crowd-pleasing recipe. Enjoy!
It’s time. We’ve stayed neutral long enough. Let’s punch up our visitor’s first impression of our home and make a statement. It’s time to add colour, but where do we start? We’ve narrowed it dow to the top 3 front door colours for 2020.
Porcelain tile companies have done an amazing job copying everything from natural stone, to patterned wood flooring. Now, texture also follows the pattern on the tile for an authentic tactile experience.
The change from one metal finish, generally chrome to warmer metals has been happening over the last few years. This has been driven by an overall change in colour palettes for residential design, namely grey based colours.
A great part about being in the Canadian design industry is taking in all the new and creative concepts and products presented once a year in Toronto during the Interior Design Show.
It’s a matter of personal taste whether a particular style movement or décor piece has staying power. That means while we may love it today, and find an instant attraction to it, will it be around for a while?
The kitchen is the second most expensive room to renovate per square foot, after the bathroom. However, if a full makeover isn’t in the plans, here are five easy ways to update your kitchen.
Photographer Gillian Jackson used a kitchen disaster as the impetus to renovate the whole kitchen and ended up with so much more.
We’ve been working on the new presentation center for Glen Abbey Encore. It’s a brand new community being developed in Oakville, by ARGO Development Corporation and homebuilders; Primont Homes, Castleridge Homes, Fernbrook Homes, Lindvest, Hallett Homes, and CountryWide Homes.
Through a variety of media exposure, our children can become enamored with favourite characters and want to buy into all the themed toys, food, clothes, décor and accessories. The problem is our children will outgrow their affinity to the theme well before our wallets recover from the purchases.