Ashley Capp

Posted on Thu, 17 May 2012 by KiM

Ashley Capp is a Toronto photographer who has worked for some of my favourite Canadian magazines like Canadian House & Home and Covet Garden. Her photography rocks my world and she has now made it high up on my list of favourite photographers. LOVE!!!!! (And especially loving the first kitchen!!)

oregonbird says:

Burnt out with light. Exactly the kind of photography that makes me squint and give up on seeing anything beyond the 'technique'.

Eleonora says:

love it! esp that kind of bath!

Really enjoyed these photos – bright, light, clean & clear – & I haven't even mentioned the interiors yet. Great sharing:)

frankysportfolio says:

wow ….this is a home in toronto!? its so beautiful!! bright and open….never thought chalkboard could be this fun in a kitchen! I was wondering what type of faucet its being used in the photo…water saving faucet is the new thing! Any decorating plans for this long victoria weekend? weather is going to be beautiful!

KiM says:

i am done decorating until i get a new house (at this rate, i better not hold my breath). i plan on cottaging most of the weekend since it's going to be HOT and SUNNY but I do have some metal shelving/bins I found at my sisters cottage last weekend that I need to finish spray painting (neon pink!) that i'm thinking of using for shoe storage in my dressing room (if they'll fit). will blog that hopefully by the end of the weekend. – oh, and i have an amazing table to pick up at an advertiser's shop ASAP so gotta blog that too!

xym0x says:

the home with the concrete bath and a concrete fireplace bench is definitely in Toronto and the guy responsible for this work is fantastic – cheers Anthony 😉

Great post. I want that island bench, and a blackboard wall!

frankysportfolio says:

hey kim, forgot to submit this link to you in case you are interested in using water saving faucets as suppose to regular faucets…they're stylish and environmentally friendly! what's there to not like about it right! Let me know if you find this article helpful! =) enjoy the beautiful weather !!

I would love to know what flooring that is in the bathroom, actual wood, laminates or vinyl

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