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From Dark to Light…A Before and After

What do you do when you find a home that’s the perfect size, on a perfect street, with a large yard, but not so perfect inside? You buy it anyways, and overtime, make it beautiful. This week we’re going to show you how one of our clients did just that.

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The home may have been outdated, but it was well kept and well built. Basically the layout worked for the couple and their two young daughters. The biggest issue for this young family was how dark everything was. It made the home look dreary. First thing they did was paint everything a beautiful warm white, and put a warm greige on the walls. They knew they wanted a brand new kitchen, so for a while they made do, and waited until they could get what they wanted. As the before and after pictures show, you’ll see how their home went from dark to light, and how pretty it turned out.

This is the Before…

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And this is the Beautiful After…

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Susanmore21Unlike an HGTV redo, this reno did not take a mere few weeks. This labour of love took about four years, as the homeowners wanted to do a lot of the work themselves. We were called in at the beginning and together we made a plan for the space. Little by little, the work was completed, and each phase brought the home closer to the final look. Last month we came in for a final styling day. Although there’s still window coverings and a few little touches to add, this home has emerged from the darkness. It’s a wonderful space full of light and laughter.


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10 Things We Are Grateful For

It’s Thanksgiving weekend already. Wow, that crept up quickly. Where did September go?? We’ve had a beautiful Autumn season in Calgary,(except for that wicked snowstorm in what was technically summer), and the weather has been gorgeous. Debbie and I have been working on lots of projects and meeting a lot of new people. As we’ve been driving around Calgary, (she drives, I’m suppose to navigate, but get us lost), we’re just loving all the fall colours and we feel so blessed to have so much beauty around us.

Life gets crazy and life gets hectic, but we’ve learned that it’s often the little things that bring a smile. For our Thanksgiving post this week, we’ve decided to list 10 ‘decorator’ items that we are thankful for and think every home should have.
 

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1.Cozy throws

Blankets are perfect on chilly days or days you need to feel safe and loved.

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2. Lots of baskets

Baskets help keep clutter under control and stuff just looks better in a basket.

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3. Reading lamps, dimmer switches and under cabinet lighting

Layers of lighting will transform a space.

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4. Persian rugs

It’s like having a small work of art on your floor. A Persian rug instantly adds a level of sophistication and brings warmth to a room.

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5. Books, books and more books…all kinds of books

There are studies that prove having books around the home means smarter kids. We think displaying books gives a home personality…and maybe helps make adults smarter too.

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6.Down filled cushions…lots of them

Comfy to curl up in, great for lower back support and perfect for making forts.

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7. Seasonal Florals…bring the outdoors in.

It only takes a few minutes to clip some branches and berries from outside and you have a gorgeous arrangement compliments of mother nature.

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8. A comfy place to put your feet

Be it a stool, ottoman or a pouff, at the end of a long day it’s nice to have a place for tired feet

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9. Pretty Linens…tablecloths, napkins, tea towels & dishcloths 

Bring some style into everyday living. Chores seem a little sweeter with pretty cloths. Dressing a table in seasonal colours makes any meal festive.

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10. Fine china and crystal

There’s nothing like eating and drinking from quality pieces. When grandma or the great aunties are offering their dishes, say yes. Visit second hand stores and pick up some plates and stemware and mix in some old fashioned pretty.

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Thanksgiving weekend is a good time to pause and enjoy everyday simple pleasures. I want to share with you what my youngest son said last night. With no prompting from anyone, and no clue what this blog was about, he told me that he loves it when we light some candles, make the house cozy and everyone is safe, warm and together.

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He’s right. There’s nothing better.

Wishing you a safe and warm Thanksgiving.

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How to keep Warm Colours looking Fresh

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Autumn is such a pretty time. The landscape comes alive with such vivid hues.  It’s spectacular seeing the rich browns, oranges yellows and reds we associate with the season. The sheer beauty of it all can take your breath away.

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Most people will tell you they like the Autumn colours and want to be outside in nature during this season. Men in particular will say they like to have these warm colours in their home. And they’ll say it out loud, because they don’t care that everyone seems to be adopting the grey trend. Most men don’t know that earth tones have a bad rep and are oh-so-1990. But I’ll say it too, I love warm colours.

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Yes yes I know…you’re thinking brown leather sofa, red and gold cushions, burgundy feature wall…heavy, dark, choking colour. You’re also thinking massive, ornate furniture. Quick, open a window, we can’t breathe.

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Yet nature get’s it perfect every time. It’s all about the mix of warm and cool. You don’t need to give up your favourite warm colours if you want to look current.

 

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Brown is such a great colour…solid, lovely, warm, strong and much much softer than black. We work with a lot of brown and there are ways to make it look fresh. Mix it with cream. Mix it with a fresh blue grey, pop it with chartreuse. A lot of people still have their brown leather sofas…and yes you can make it look of-the-moment.

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Almost everyone loves red…it’s been described as the colour of life. If images of heavy dark red dining rooms are popping into your head – give your head a shake. Instead, imagine red and cream, maybe a touch of navy or grey, lots of air and lots of light…suddenly red is fresh, current and breathable.

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Warm finishes are showing up everywhere now. Pairing gold with cool tones like greys and blues bring an element of luxe to a room. Mixing finishes is okay too. Silver, gold, pewter and black all go perfectly together.

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This hardwood floor and gold coloured rug look current when paired with the grey fabric on this chair.

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Most people have finally replaced all their burgundy and green furnishings and we never thought we’d see this combination again. Burgundy and green are back…and it looks so modern. The burgundy is a bit more plummy and the green a bit fresher.

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As you can see, it’s a combination that mother nature’s been using forever. Yet it looks so modern when done on the inside of a home.

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To me, the colour of October is orange…beautiful orange pumpkins, leaves and berries. Orange and brown together may scream 70′s or A&W…although I noticed that A&W has a new logo and a new look, but orange is a fantastic colour. Again, just make sure it’s mixed with a cool colour  such as grey, blue or cream, so it’s not too saturated.

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There are no bad colours…it’s just about the combinations. If you’re ever in doubt, take a look outside your window and you’ll see colour combinations that are perfect. Take your inspiration from nature and you can’t go wrong. Have a happy week and next Sunday, since it’s Thanksgiving, our blog is all about things in our home we’re thankful for.

Keep cozy,


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How to Create a Classic Nursery

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We love babies. And we love children. We love the good things like little toes, cooing noises and that sweet after bath delicious smell. We also appreciate the hard times. Those moments that aren’t easy but are important learning lessons for child and parent. One thing we learned along the way is that kids are smart. And really creative. And they will rise up to meet expectations.

What’s this got to do with decorating a nursery you say? A lot actually. We believe that a nursery shouldn’t be too babyish. That’s right – a baby’s room shouldn’t be too babyish. It should be sweet, and clever, and inspiring. It also shouldn’t have to be redone in a year or two when baby becomes toddler and then little person. That’s just a waste of money. We all know that Karen Fron Interior Design hates to waste money. Spend it on quality – yes. Save it where you can – double yes.

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We were lucky to work with a couple who shared our philosophy. This is their first child so they wanted a room that would suit a girl or a boy, and could either grow with this child or maybe be used for baby #2. They wanted a few quality pieces, and were fine with mixing the high and low.

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We found a beautiful persian rug and that was the inspiration for the room. This is a piece that will last for a lifetime. A good investment for sure. It is classic and edgy at the same time.

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Next came the wallpaper. We loved the black and white trees for the possibilities it offered. It’s an enchanted forest where the princess lives…it’s the secret passage way to find the Wild Things. It’s child-like and grown up at the same time. Creative types can even take a cue from the papers above and create decals to personalize their paper.

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The happy parents-to-be wanted a rocking chair in the room. We chose this custom made rocker in a soft cozy fabric. This was another investment piece. Eventually it will be used in the tv room to replace one of the chairs there. That’s what happens when you buy quality and have a long term plan. Maybe you put out a little more up front, but you get your money’s worth in the long term. Plus it’s pretty great looking and so comfortable. Wonder if daddy or baby will fall asleep first?

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It was time for art. It had to be cute, clever and not a Disney commercial. There’s nothing wrong with classic Disney but I have a real problem with making children’s rooms into an advertisement for the latest animated movie. Yuck. Kids deserve more breathing and thinking space than that.

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Accent pieces were added, feather-filled cushions that will be tossed on the floor,  jumped on and used for forts. A toy chest for secret treasures and a basket; great for the those quick toss-it-in-the-basket clean-ups.

 

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Walls were painted a warm white to match the wallpaper. The space is calm and soothing, yet has lots of interest. A few red accents pick up on the persian rug and provide a bit of colour.

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No nursery would be complete without books. If you want to raise a reader, then books need to be around and easily accessible. Own the classics and go to the library for the rest. Once baby is a little older, keep baskets of books in every room and reading together every day will be easy.

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We’re excited for baby to see their space. We send out best wishes to this couple as they enter the world of parenthood. Years ago when my first son was born, someone wrote this quote in my card…I don’t know the author, but I want to leave you with these beautiful words,

Childhood is the world where ‘make-believe’ lives and dreams can be kept in a jar;

where time falls asleep to carousel music and lullabies drift down a moonlit sea.

Walk, don’t run, through this magical place, for in the blink of an eye and without a sound,

it will disappear into the years.

Take from its’ joy and welcome to its’ wonder, wee one.

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Outdoor cooking and entertaining – a real life story

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It’s always a pleasure to get invited for an evening to Rod and Alexa’s house. Well, actually you don’t really go into the house, as all the entertaining takes place in their backyard.  Rod has built a wonderful stone oven and they’ve created a gorgeous outdoor living space. It’s absolutely fantastic. Spring through Fall, it’s dining under the vines. The space stays nice and cozy from the roaring fireplace. During the winter months, Rod still cooks in his brick oven and likes to tell the story of the New Year’s Eve it was -45 outside and he cooked pizzas for everyone.

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When you walk into the backyard, there in front of you is a long rectangle space that has a brick oven at one end and a fireplace at the other. It all sits on a concrete pad and has a vine covered pergola stretching over the entire space. There’s hanging cast-iron pans, cheese graters, rolling pins and other cooking utensils. Bottles of olive oil sit on the large wooden pizza board and there’s always a good supply of wine sitting on the rustic table.

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Rod is a stonemason and he created his own oven. He can tell you all the technical details about heat retention and ideal cooking temperatures. All I know is that when we took the internal temperature to cook the chickens, it was shooting up past 600 degrees. Once the oven gets to the temperature Rod wants, he scoops out all the wood and coals and deposits this into the fireplace at the other end.

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Rod is also a cook. He knows how to blend flavours and create dishes with seasonal ingredients. Rod pairs his wine carefully with the food he prepares. Alexa is the organizer and decorator. She plans out the evenings and sets the table to suit the meal. There’s always pretty linen napkins and tablecloths. She has the most beautiful serving dishes that make the table look so pretty. And as the evening gets going, there might even be singing and some tap dancing.

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What I like best about Alexa and Rod’s entertaining style is that it’s the real deal. They’ve put a lot of thought into the function of their space. It works for them to host from and it’s easy and fun for the guests.

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Now that harvest season is here, Rod is creating rustic, hearty food. They’re stoking the fireplace to take out the chill, and there’s a stack of cozy blankets. You’ve  got to love how they embrace the season and get so much enjoyment from their space. They truly understand the balance between function and pretty.

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I truly hope that your space brings you joy and good memories. It’s those sweet memories that remain with us for years. Enjoy the Autumn season and embrace the goodness of everyday moments.

If you would like to make good design a part of your life, email me.

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Decorating on a Dime

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Sometimes people think that to live in a nice house you have to spend lots of money. That’s not true at all. It’s more about creating a space that is comfortable, neat, and organized. Taking time to set up the furniture correctly, having baskets of books, keeping the space tidy and and most importantly, displaying items that are meaningful, is what counts.

Sometimes we don’t get to live in the house we want, or have the furniture we think we need. But life isn’t about stuff, it’s about living and doing and loving. I was very lucky because both my mom and my grandma made beautiful homes, and they certainly didn’t rush and out buy the most expensive things. They just knew that clean ironed sheets were special and that fabric napkins (even if they were made from sugar bags, as my nona did) made a meal special. It’s the little touches…and we can all do that.

Taegan’s put together a sampling of some great ideas for decorating on a dime.

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DIY projects are not only budget friendly, but there is so much satisfaction gained from creating something.

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Keeping clutter organized is vital. I love this storage solution. Cute and easy.

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If you’re an avid fan of the Little House on the Prairie books like I am, you might remember Laura and Mrs. Boast decorating the what-not-shelves with cut out paper on the edges. Wasabi Tape is just a modern way of adding some pretty.

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Anthropology has done a really good job with their buying. They have a vintage vibe that’s really colourful and pretty. But if you like hitting the second hand stores, there’s so many pretty dishes on the shelves, that it’s almost a shame to buy new.

I really believe that everything we do gives off an energy. Spending the time to get your home feeling good means that you will feel good. And never ever feel bad if you feel you want to hire a designer or decorator. We can’t all be good at everything and women shouldn’t feel that they are less if they need help. Whatever it takes, just make sure your home makes you feel good.


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Creative ideas for dorm decor

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School’s started and for many students it means living in their own place - and it means money is tight. But  that’s no excuse to live in ugly. Our surroundings affect us in a big way. Everything you see, hear, smell, taste and feel impacts you more than you may realize. It’s important to put a little time and effort into where you live. Living in a home that is set up to function well and has some pretty, can make your life better. Honestly…it does.

Notice I said function well and have some pretty in it. I did not say that it has to cost a million dollars. Function comes first. Spend some time figuring out the best layout for the space. Use some creative storage tricks to keep clutter under control. Once this is looked after, then there’s lots of cute, inexpensive ways to decorate.

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Inexpensive curtain panels are a great way to add colour as well as hide clutter. Target, Ikea and Walmart have some cute choices.
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Dorm Decor6It’s all about the cushions. Load up on cushions…it helps disguise a not so pretty sofa or adds pops of colour and texture to a bedroom. When doing cushions, seek out different fabric types such as velvet, cotton, wool and even leather. It adds way more interest.

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Secondhand stores, thrift stores and yard sales are great places to find treasures. Sometimes a little bit of paint takes something from yuck to beautiful. Right now we’re loving Benjamin Moore’s Advance paint. Imagine grandma’s orange oak dresser painted turquoise! Even doing part of a piece, like below, makes it look fresh.

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Make unique bulletin boards from frames found at yard sales of goodwill stores. All those loose pieces of paper will finally have a home. It’s impossible to get away from clutter, but putting everything in baskets makes it look better.

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Whether you consciously realize it or not, our surroundings do affect us. Retailers know this and they spend a lot of time and money creating their stores so that we spend money. Workplaces are starting to realize that their environment affects employee’s productivity. It doesn’t take a lot of money to make a space pretty…just a bit of time. Invest in yourself and you’ll feel the difference.

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Karen Fron Interior Design is a Calgary based design firm. We believe that a well functioning and beautiful home makes life better. It’s not about how much you have, it’s about using what you have to create beauty.

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Summer inspiration…how mother nature does it best

Sometimes people ask us where we get our inspiration from. Is it HGTV or magazines or what? The biggest source of inspiration for us is mother nature…nobody does colour and texture better.

Since it’s the  long weekend and the end of summer holidays, we’ve put together some of our inspiring pics. Those truly Canadian colour combinations that will stay in our mind as the warm weather fades.

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Goodbye summer 2014. It’s been a slice.

We’ve got some really big projects lined up for the next few months and some great ideas for dorm decor, budget decorating and as always the before and afters. Check back every Sunday, or sign up to get the blog emailed direct to your inbox.

Happy first day of school!!

 


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How to bring nature inside…plus it’s free and healthy

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As a mother of three boys, we spent a lot of time outside. We had to. It was the only way we could survive the days if I didn’t want my house trashed. No matter the season or the weather, we’d head outside. It gave them room to run and play and explore. But more than that, it gave us direct contact with nature and made us feel good.

Studies show that being in nature has positive health benefits such as stress levels, confidence and self-esteem. Studies also show that simply looking at nature through a window or in a poster can also deliver some of these healthy benefits. So too can bringing touches of nature into your home.

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When Debbie and I did a lot of staging, we’d usually have a short time frame and a tight budget. We’d move around furniture, remove clutter and fluff it up with pretty cushions and lamps. Then while I was doing the last bits, Debbie would rush out into the yard and cut branches and flowers and collect twigs and rock and fill the house with beauty. All for FREE. I can’t tell you how many times I’m driving back roads with her while she searches out the perfect branches for a client’s home.

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One of my favourite decorating tricks is to put wee bouquets of flowers in bathrooms or on night tables. I collect different shaped small vases and always have the perfect vessel for whatever flower we find. I let my kids go out and collect what they like. When they were really little, I learned to love the beauty of dandelions!

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Nothing beats the beauty of tulips though. It’s not that I love them so much, but I love the promise they bring. In March when it’s suppose-to-be-spring, picking up a bunch at the grocery store is one way to get through until mid-June when real spring comes to Calgary. Don’t think of it as a splurge, but think of it as medicine for your soul.

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Remember when everyone had tall straight twigs in large vases… that ship has passed now. Take them out of your home and if you just can’t throw them out, then put them outside in a garden pot. What you want in your home now are twigs with movement. Twigs that have some interest. Just ask Debbie, she’s always on the lookout for that perfectly shaped branch that curls just so.

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Rocks are pure magic. They hold clues to other worlds and could be millions of years old. They feel cool and smooth in our hands, or rough and jagged. They sparkle in sunlight and change colour when wet. Who can resist the lure of skipping stones on calm waters. Sometimes a rock looks ordinary and dull until you look closely and see all the colours. Collect rocks from wherever you go…put them in your home. Even if you don’t have little kids around, it’s okay to have piles of rocks in your home.

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Driftwood is another favourite. Pile it by the fireplace or stand it straight up in planters. This year the weather was so bad at the lake that instead of potted plants on the outdoor table, I put a collection of cream coloured pots with small bits of driftwood in them. Every time  I walk by it makes me smile!

If you’re the crafty type, then put that talent to use and make wall art out of twigs. Simple, easy, free and really really pretty.

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It’s no surprise that we relax better when in a natural setting. But why let it end there? Bring some of that tonic into your home and enjoy the benefits when most needed. Crying kids, burning supper or piles of laundry are better handled when we feel good. Nature makes us feel good…and it’s free. Bring some inside today.


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Lake living…a behind the scenes look

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Years ago when I had my store in Ontario, I had a special client who used to pop in regularly. She always had awesome taste and a very distinct style. Plus she was really really fun to chat with. Skip ahead many years and in November I received an email from her and her husband. They were starting to build a new summer home on the lake and while they had a good idea of what they wanted it to look like, help was needed to pull it all together.

Emails flew back and forth and just before Christmas she flew out to Calgary and we had a full planning day. In February I met with her in Ontario and Debbie flew out in April and reviewed surface selections and paint colours. And again more emails were exchanged. Finally, after months of planning and lots and lots of decision making by the homeowners, it was time to go out to the lake and see their home. When we walked through the front door into the space for the first time, Debbie and I were absolutely thrilled. It’s everything the homeowners wanted and more. It’s organic, calm, artsy, natural and just plain perfect.

 

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This project was really fun to work on. The homeowners selected the plan and did a lot of the pre work. We were called in to review the plan and assist with surface selections, furniture placement and interior/exterior colours. We really felt that the outdoors should be the star, so we picked a palette that is more muted, but harmonizes with the surrounding scenery.

Last week was styling day. Debbie and I shopped for all the accessories that would bring it together. We loaded up the van, and we even had to ask the homeowner to load up hers. Out we went to the lake, and soon it looked like chaos. Stuff was everywhere. But then the magic happened…it started to come together and wow did it ever. Although you’ll see by the pictures, there’s still work to be done (is a home ever finished??) it’s looking mighty fine.

 

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Gagnon Camp Post8 Gagnon Camp Post9After so much work and planning by the homeowners, I’m glad that it’s starting to feel like home…their home. There’s been months of construction, dust and workers coming and going, so it’s nice to have a little pretty inside.

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