Hey everyone… I’m back from one of the biggest design events in Toronto, the 2018 edition of The Interior Design Show. Every year I look forward to this show because it showcases great new products and the latest design trends. But I also love this show because it celebrates what I love… Interior design. So here’s a recap…From special exhibits to inspiring keynote speakers and everything in between. Follow me …Read More
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We’re sending out a little bit of love today… it’s that day after all… but we wanted to share with you the love we have with some of the great products and designers we saw at the annual Interior Design Show here in Toronto. And in honour of that big show and the fact that we have our own little Oscar… we’ve decided to aware our very own “Oscar” winners from the show! Check it all out in this month’s DesignChickee Approved newsletter.
Happy love day!Read More
It’s not everyday I get to work on a 100 year old home! But the day has come!
The client purchased this sad little rowhouse – and I do mean SAD, LITTLE, ROWHOUSE – in the hopes of restoring the Victorian charm that’s been smothered, covered and defaced over the years. Like I said. Sad.Read More
We look forward this show all year round…
And this year, we’ll be there as a presenter! Yes… we’re adding to the list!
One of our latest projects involves a great condo on the lake… Harbour Square.
And although the view from the top is amazing, inside, it needs an update. Seriously.
One thing this place wasn’t without… light. With 14′ high ceilings and one whole wall of windows, the amount of sunlight coming into this room can feel awe-inspiring as well as blinding. West facing gold!Read More
Our latest completed project is featured in Condo Life Magazine! We’ll be featuring this project soon on our website!Read More
We’re so excited about the completion of a #LOFT renovation that we thought we’d whet your appetite with some ‘Before’ shots ahead of the final shots… We knew the colour palette had to change and we really wanted to make this large space feel even larger. Why have 14′ ceilings and large concrete pillars if you’re not going to see them? If a red wall with cherry wood cabinetry was the only …Read More