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Welcome to our Interior Design Blog.

 

We created this blog because staying up to date in the world of interior design can be challenging. There are so many different designers, fashions & tastes that it can be hard to keep up.
 
This blog covers a variety of industry related subjects. Topics include: interior design, kitchen design, bathroom design and associated trends. We provide hints and tips targeted at Clients in Toronto, Oakville, Montreal and the surrounding areas.
 
We regularly invite guest Designers from across Canada to submit posts on a variety of different subjects. This helps us stay well informed and at the forefront of our beloved Interior Design industry.

 

See our blog posts below starting with the most recent:

 

Wall Paneling Designs

Wall Paneling Designs

Wall paneling has come a long way since the ones in your parent’s basement and are truly an architectural feature! Wall panels can enhance your design style without over furnishing a space. Today there are so many designs to choose from, your space is sure to look unique....

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Timeless Design Trends

Timeless Design Trends

No matter what your design style is, having a space that will stand the test of time is always on trend. Here are four timeless trends you can always rely on: 1. White Kitchens No matter the style of your kitchen, a white one will always look fresh paired...

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Subway Tile

Subway Tile

Subway tile is one of the most classic backsplashes around and for good reason. Its simplicity is dynamic and beautiful. Subway tiles make cleaning up a kitchen easy and they come in a very large variety. If you’re unsure about a backsplash for your kitchen, you can always count...

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Modern Industrial

Modern Industrial

This design style has really become popular the last couple years as it mixes two very distinct styles. It’s edgy, rustic, and contemporary, and is versatile for both men and women. The worn-in mixed metals and reclaimed-looking woods look cool and casual and very loft-like. The simplicity in every...

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Colourful Rugs

Colourful Rugs

The area rug is an often forgotten about décor item because people just don’t think to decorate the floor. Rugs can be very warm and welcoming to a space and will immediately centralize an area in an open floor plan. If you are already a rug-lover, try using a...

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Sofas in Colour

Sofas in Colour

Selecting a sofa is a very big commitment, after all it’s usually where we spend our down time and we want to feel comfortable on it. This can mean different things for everyone. Because this commitment to a couch is so important, people often choose a sofa that is...

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Farm Sinks

Farm Sinks

Farm sinks, also known as apron front sinks, were originally designed for comfort when spending a long span of time over the sink. The apron’s forward orientation eliminates the counter top therefore reducing strain on your back. The exposed front also allows for more internal space. Since most people...

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Tips for Making a Small Space Seem Large

Tips for Making a Small Space Seem Large

Sometimes interior design might seem like it’s only for people with enough space. Just because you have a smaller home, that does not mean you should ignore decorating. If you do not have the square footage to décor with large pieces, go up. Use tall and narrow furniture so...

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Using Unique Light Fixtures

Using Unique Light Fixtures

Light fixtures of course, are a necessity in any room as it provides light so we can see. While the function of lighting is important, the design should be too! The lighting is usually displayed somewhere in the centre of a room and this opportunity should be taken to...

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Open Shelving

Open Shelving

Traditionally, kitchens have cabinetry to store all your cooking and eating ware, where it’s all hidden neatly (or not) inside the cabinets so no one can see. A very modern and trendy design is having opening shelving in the kitchen, exposing all your cooking and dinnerware. This may sound...

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