Erin Feasby and Cindy Bleeks regularly appear in the pages of H&H and are proven reader favorites (they were voted our 2019 Home Of The Year). The childhood friends’ Toronto design studio has been a source of inspiring interiors since 2009. Known for creating spaces that are comfortable and family-friendly yet sophisticated, they certainly know how to design a gorgeous bathroom. Erin and Cindy share advice to zone in on the planning and priorities you need to make — long before you pull up a shopping cart. If you’re dreaming about upgrading your own bathroom, scroll down to discover their on-point tips for bringing your vision closer to reality.
When you’re in quarantine, there’s plenty of time to find fault with an outdated kitchen, and imagine how you’d improve it when you get a chance. Toronto designer Olivia Botrie of Dart Studio has advice on the steps you can take now that will help bring your dream kitchen closer to reality. Here’s some good news: Olivia says it’s important to take a breather from planning and re-visit it in a few weeks to see if you still love the design — we call that perfect timing. Let’s dive in!
These bathroom lighting ideas will quite literally brighten up your space in the most stylish way possible
Yes, you can use wallpaper in a humid, splatter-heavy area, such as a kitchen. You can tuck it under glass or you can choose a product that’s vinyl and/or durable and easy to wipe. So many choices! And the results are ravishing.
Many kitchen components, including appliances, color schemes, and decor, are subject to fads and fashion, but a look at popular cabinet choices can help you zero in on the style you’ll still love down the road. These kitchen cabinet ideas are versatile and timeless. Whether you’re painting kitchen cabinets or replacing them entirely, these cabinetry trends offer style with staying power.
Finding the best kitchen worktops for your kitchen redesign is a must-do job that you should tackle early in the process. You may already have your wall colours picked out, cabinets designed and an idea of what look you want from your kitchen worktop.
But which worktop material – wood or stone, concrete, composite or metal – will suit not just the look of your new kitchen, but how you will use it, too? The options may seem endless, but it’s worth taking the time to get this hardworking surface right.
It can be tricky to think outside the box when it comes to a modern kitchen extension. You want the light, all the space, and the open-plan functionality that comes with every modern extension – so how do you make yours stand out from the crowd?