Category: Ten Things
10 Things: Ikea Marketplace Finds
April 9, 2019
Ikea tends to be a polarizing brand – maybe it’s because their pieces are instantly recognizable (every screw and wooden dowel) or perhaps because you can buy a full meal along with your furniture (a plus in our books!). Some people love it, some people hate it – but no matter your opinion on Ikea, you almost certainly have something (or many things) from the furniture giant in your home.
10 Things: Interior Design Coffee Table Books Worth Buying
February 8, 2019
We often get asked for suggestions on how to accessorize and style a room on a tight budget. One of our best tips is to head to your local bookstore (ahem, online is often cheaper). Investing in a few beautiful coffee table books is a quick and relatively inexpensive way to add colour and style to a space whether they are displayed on a coffee table or on a bookshelf. A bold, eye-catching cover or spine can add a fresh pop of colour to a room or serve as a great conversation starter. Books have a unique ability to show off your personality and interests and make your home feel like “you.”
10 Things: The Best Online Sources for Art
January 10, 2019
We’re often being told by friends and clients that finding art for your home can feel overwhelming. We get it, there’s a lot to consider here – from the style, to the colour palette, to finding the perfectly sized piece for the exact spot you want to hang it. Plus, since art can be expensive and is often very personal, it’s important to pick pieces that you absolutely love. Knowing where to start looking makes the process infinitely easier. We love each of the sources listed below because they all offer pieces that work for a range of spaces, budgets, and styles.
Ten Things: Terrazzo
December 17, 2018
Terrazzo is back in a big way and while at first it brought on memories of our elementary school hallways, today’s fresh take on the popular 70’s stone is actually pretty awesome! We’re seeing it all over, and we love both the organic neutral versions as well as the more playful colourful iterations.