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Thursday
Jun112015

More from Amber Road

I've featured the bedroom before. It's one of my all time favourites but I thought it was time to post the whole house. Yum! I'm in love with this Cronulla Residence by Amber Road. The restrained colour palette warmed by timber tones, the layering of texture, the light, the luxury of simple, contemporary lines.

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Wednesday
Jun102015

Amanda Masters - a Hollywood Hills bungalow

I have one more project by Amanda Masters to share today. Again, with an all white backdrop, but this time it is much more subdued with some glamorous features added in for sophistication, and industrial touches to keep the vibe casual. Again, it is ON.  

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Wednesday
Jun102015

Amanda Masters - a bright beach house

This beach house designed by Amanda Masters is EVERYTHING. Dear gawd I love this. The all white backdrop makes all of the fun and rustic vintage pieces the focus, and bold textiles with lots of pattern pop. It is bohemian chic at its finest. 

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Monday
Jun082015

Riesco & Lapres update

It has been a while since my last blog feature on Vancouver interior design firm Riesco & Lapres, and their spaces continue to impress with fun and fresh creations. Pops of colour and pattern results in delightful eye candy. Here are some of my favourites from their last few projects. 

P.S. Sorry - I'm short on pets on furniture entries this week. To submit photos send them to kim[@]desiretoinspire[.]net. Thanks!

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Friday
Jun052015

A Park Slope brownstone

At Chango & Co., we walk slowly past brownstones. When we happen upon a modernized, neglected, subdivided or worn down brownstone townhouse, we daydream about giving back the personality, charm and dignity that was lost along the way. YES!!! This is precisely why I am head over heels for this design firm. Restored brownstones are a dream...and Chango & Co. made this one a reality for the very lucky homeowners. The family who lived here had everything the home’s interior seemed to lack – lots of personality and a classic, refined style that didn’t fit and couldn’t feel at home in these plain surroundings. They also had a three-year-old girl, and little girls have lots of stuff, acres of stuff, and this house had very little storage space to neatly contain it all. Acting as architect, construction administrator and interior designer, we designed, built and installed over 60 linear feet of built-ins throughout the home, adorned the walls with paneling that arched and ascended up the stairwells, curved through the hallways and into the bedrooms. We then unfurled a meticulous plan of finely detailed furniture, warm lighting fixtures and bold artwork that covered the entire home, magnified the grand scale of the high ceilings, broad archways and added the finishing touches to these comfortable, beautiful and fitting surroundings that makes this family of three finally feel at home. (Photos by Ball & Albanese, and previous Chango & Co. features can be found here)

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