Displaying posts labeled "Bathroom"

Tanya Krpan Design Co.

Posted on Wed, 20 Feb 2019 by KiM

Sharing some kitchen porn (among other awesome spaces) with you by Vancouver-based interior designer . If you’re in the market for a kitchen renovation, these are sooo inspiring. Such fabulous materials and attention to detail.

(Photos: Phillip Crocker, Janis Nicolay, Krista Jahnke)

A several-room renovation in a home in Almonte

Posted on Mon, 18 Feb 2019 by KiM

I hate Facebook for the most part, but was reminded recently why I still have an account. Because without it I would not have noticed this incredible renovation project by . Emily has a gorgeous home in Almonte, a small town outside of Ottawa, and her home was in desperate need of an update. What I saw on sure captured my attention, and when I went to check out the full story on her blog, I was blown away. The transformation of her kitchen, sunroom, foyer, family room and powder room is fantastic!!! Congrats Emily! I bet you and your family are loving every bit of it. (She has tons of details and sources in her ).

St Vincents Place Residence

Posted on Mon, 11 Feb 2019 by midcenturyjo

Positioned behind a historical facade this new extension by in Albert Park, Melbourne bridges the gap between a significant past and the future. Progress is a term that gets bandied around almost with a negative connotation but good design looks to what could be, what is waiting to be and takes the leap.

It’s how you feel in a space that is important to Sydney-based interior architecture practice . and in that case I’d feel fabulous in this moody Darlinghurst house. I love the play of the white against the navy, how the rich cognac leather grounds and warms, how “the new design is a subtle evolution/development of the building’s original character without sacrificing the classic charming elements.”


A spacious pied-à-terre in Paris

Posted on Tue, 29 Jan 2019 by KiM

I love the idea of a second home/cottage/pied-à-terre – a home you can be brave with and do all the things you wouldn’t dare do in your primary residence. The owners of this pied-à-terre live in London and needed a space in the heart of Paris.  took what is a beautiful 130 sq m structure, did a bit of re-working and added alot of charm and creativity in a Lisanathan-Adler-esque style that is a bit quirky, colourful and fun.

Photos: Paul Allain