Groupings of small light fixtures are
a good alternative to an oversized
fixture. As you can see, the result
is equally effective.
This is a good example of mix of materials.
The round glass table complements the massive
crystal chandelier beautifully. And the light wood
frame on the upholstered chairs gives the
transparent surfaces a nice, solid break.
If you think you could easily get tired
of an animal print on the couch...
...why not try it on a smaller
piece of furniture?
kitchen or bathroom personality and
introduce a pop of colour. Combine
one big, patterned tile with plain white subway tiles.
Brass is back, as seen in this
beautiful faucet. Look how well
it combines with the light green
in the background.
The raw light bulb and brass frame of this
scaled-down fixture give it an edgy, industrial
feel. Several fixtures hung together at different
heights will look like an installation, a piece of art.
Yes, chandeliers also work perfectly
fine in bathrooms.
This might be an unexpected mirror
for a bathroom, but its robust organic
qualities complement the watery-coloured
tiles and white sink very well.
|Look at the height of the coffee table. It's low!|
Patchwork is very popular right now.
I saw it in textiles...
|...and in rugs. Take note, all quilters!|
This graphic rug tells a story, quite
|It's made up of letters!|
We've seen mugs and blankets decorated with
our personal photos. Now our loved ones can
also take centre stage on a rug!
|Introduce some ethnic vibes into your space.|
If you want to stick to a northern
Ontario culture, a tree-stump table
couldn't be more right!
These colourful rugs would look great
in an all-white room.
The back of this comfy and stylish
Norwegian chair is made from a
spinnaker canvas. Makes me long
Doing your e-mails in style! This
spider-like lounger chair takes
"home office" to a completely new