The perfect spot to sit and chat with friends or family. A simple, modern kitchen with just a hint of country and best of all a large table as centrepiece.Slide the doors back and inside melds with outside. Clayton Street addition by twarchitects.
I'm not sure why it is happening. Is it because I'm getting older? Am I just jaded? Maybe fads and trends and "it" rooms are finally exposed as fleeting and flimsy. More and more I am drawn to homes that are an eclectic mix of high and low, found and inherited and carefully saved for pieces. Lived in and loved. Not showy and vulgar. Homes like this one on E 10th St, New York by Studio MRS. The new luxury is taking the time to surround yourself with what you love not what everyone tells you you need.
I am trying to keep summer alive for as long as possible. These spaces, my Toronto decorator and stylist Laura Colllins are as summery as they come. Lots of white with touches of blue, green and pink....it is chic and elegant yet casual and understated. We all need to go out and get some pink peonies.