Every space needs some real plants! I visited my doctor’s office today in West Vancouver. During the time waiting, I typically reflect on the same few things - the uncomfortable chairs, old magazines, stained carpets, fake plants, you know
Home offices aren’t just a luxury anymore. The virtual office environment has expanded and even in metropolitan cities like Vancouver, where space is more and more limited, clients need a place to do their job efficiently and effectively.
Valentina, one of our cherished team members, is not only a talented designer but a restauranteur! Robba Da Matti is her second family-owned restaurant in Vancouver. Valentina and family chose the perfect second location for Robba Da Matti, in
Happy spring from our interior design team! The beauty of Yaletown Vancouver, and it's flowering cherry blossoms is on full display! The city is waking up from its long, grey winter and ready to embrace the newness this season brings.
Backsplashes have come a long way! Once they were considered a necessary part of the kitchen to ensure the longevity of one’s walls, but today they have become crucial design elements that create the tone and mood of a space. There
In most big cities, families are living in apartments and condos that have limited space. In my blog, I have shared numerous solutions for additional storage and decluttering, but today I want to talk about creating comfortable areas in your
There are ways to design and renovate your bathroom to be bright and beautiful! This is how we approached a bathroom renovation in Yaletown, Vancouver. Layout The ensuite bathroom had a typically small shower and a jacuzzi tub that you will find
When you think of kids bathroom, do you see wet towels all over the floor, shampoo bottles laying in the bathtub and a countertop that is barely visible through all the clutter? Our clients had just that problem when they came
Sebastian and Tristan, our newest and most enthusiastic clients, are brothers who share a bedroom in their modern Vancouver home. They are 2 years apart (ages 5 and 7), and have enjoyed playing, reading and sleeping in their room for as