After the 4th of July ended I was thinking of Canada and how amazing of a place it is. I love going to Canada because the scenery is very hard to beat for inspiration. This morning I did some reading and some visual loving on some of Canada’s interior design talent. Trust me there are tons of talented designers to pick from but these three caught my attention.
First up is Toronto’s own award winning Laura Stein Interiors. Laura moved from graphic design to interior design making the smooth transition from 2d to 3d with perfect grace and form.
This image caught my eye for the colors Laura used in the rug and pillows. They go so nicely with the wood and the chairs that I was drawn in. Enjoy this visual and if you fell in love with this design you are not the only one.
Next is wonder duo Cecconi Simone. Elaine Cecconi and Anna Simone have been heating up Canada’s interior design scene since 1982 and we just love their work. They have residential and hospitality project in Canada, the United States, Anguilla, Italy and the United Arab Emirates.
“Cecconi Simone’s wide-ranging work is central to its “whole design” philosophy; the belief that a cross-pollination of design experience leads to a deeper understanding of how people live their lives and the design needs that arise from those lifestyles.” Cecconi Simone
Sarah Richardson Design caught our eye because she looks like so a multi-talented professional. In additional to being a super star designer she is an author and tv personality. Sarah inspires us to wear different hats and to make sure they all fit.
We love the flow of the colors and amount red Sarah used in the room. Red is such a bold color and we love the way it was used in this design. It caught our eyes in all the right ways.
“When London calls, a magical adventure unfolds. A two storey pied-à-terre in downtown London was renovated, restored and re-imagined with fresh colour, luxurious fabrics, and a mix of antiques from far and wide to create an environment that’s every bit as beautiful as it is comfortable for family life.” Sarah Richardson