MY SHOE BOX in the city
With only 450 sqft, the goal was to create an interior space that maximized on storage and accentuated the abundance of natural light,
allowing the condominium to feel bigger than it actually is! This was achieved through a light colour palette, selecting
appropriate scaled furniture and adding multifunctional items, which can adapt as my needs evolve. My home reflects my
lifestyle, my passion for detail and love for timeless interiors.
*Photo Credit : Shereen Zangana (Apartment Therapy : Little City Shoebox)
COuntryside New build
This new build in beautiful St Lazare allowed for full customization.
The goal was to create a monochromatic open concept kitchen with a timeless flare.
Character was added to the all white kitchen through the use of mouldings, decorative hardware and a coffer ceiling.
The custom vanity was designed to make a statement in the all white ensuite bathroom.
The mix of feminine detailing, contrasted against the masculine colour palette, added just the right balance of his & hers.
The goal was to create a luxurious living space through the use of key furniture pieces,
luscious textiles & visually engaging accessories.
The goal of this design was to create a tranquil master bedroom retreat
that embraced elegance & french european charm.
Built in the early 1900's, the goal was to design a space geared towards modern day entertaining
while incorporating a beloved Victorian flare.
Although the smallest room in the home, the goal was to fill the space with charm & personality .
comfort to the feet & eyes
It was key to add a stair runner that suited the period style home, which possessed resistant qualities,
while not comprising on style & visual interest.
Mid-century meets contemporary
The splurge in this master bedroom design was incorporating a beautiful grasscloth wallpaper , used as the feature wall, highlighting the
clients off-white upholstered bed. Brass accents and simplistic stylizing, helped create a contemporary boutique hotel feel, while infusing
a slight mid-century flare.
Urban chalet inspired basement
The goal was to create an urban chalet inspired basement hang out zone, for family & friends to gather during hockey season! The custom
built fireplace, distressed wood, textiles and overall colour palette helped bring warmth to the space. Rustic & industrial accents were
incorporated to further emphasize the 'urban chalet' feel.
The goal of this design was to create a neutral space with hints of colour.
This was achieved through the use of accessories.
Coastal meets urban
Located in the heart of downtown in a contemporary condominium, a young professional wished to incorporate
her love for coastal design while embracing an urban setting. Distressed furnishings,
pops of colour and a cozy readying nook were key to achieve this look.
Being the heart of the home, the goal was to create a space that exuded comfort & style, while incorporating child friendly
materials. Working with the existing fireplace, custom shelves were built allowing for the globetrotting
couple to display their favroite travel mementos.
RUSTIC meets classic
Being the sole family gathering space in the home, the goal was to create a comfortable dual purpose area
for unwinding and entertaining during the holidays.