... Are today's treasures!
You've heard the saying "What's Old Is New Again", right? This could not be more true in design trends!
Something we are super excited to see continue to make waves in interior design for 2020 is
"The New Mix"
This take on transitional style is classic and sophisticated, yet fun and sexy!
Before you throw away those chairs grandma had in her living room, ask yourself if they can be painted or reupholstered. Give them a new life in your space with marble or glass coffee tables.
Pier mirrors, vintage chairs, wall sconces and broad leaf greenery all helps to tie this trend together!
One of our favorite tricks to achieving this look is in the bathroom! A modern vanity with brass hardware paired with an ornate mirror will give your space the wow factor you're looking for!
If you're down for the hunt, sourcing your local thrift stores, flea markets and antique shops are a great place to start!
One of our places to spark inspiration and to shop for one-of-a-kind pieces is Bettencourt Manor! An Atelier in Leslieville dedicated to classic design!
Welcome to Toronto, Canada's downtown!
Toronto is a vibrant, exciting city with unique events and activities happening around every corner, year-round.
This city isn't just Canada's downtown but also the gateway to Niagara Falls, Wine Country, Muskoka and the nations capital!
Whether you're here for the day or here to stay, WELCOME!
Spending a day in the city can be overwhelming but here are some experiences to enjoy while spending a day in Toronto!
Toronto is home to some amazing neighborhoods, each one with their own personality! Below are 2 featured areas to watch out for in 2020!!
Cabbagetown, just east of the downtown core earned its name when 19th century Irish immigrants started planting cabbages on their front lawns.
What was once a "slum" is now one of Toronto's most sought after pockets of real estate!
Cabbagetown is home to North America's largest collection of Victorian homes and some of the best architecture can be seen by taking a stroll down both Metcalfe Street and Laurier Avenue.
Cabbagetown also has some hidden pockets within its quiet streets.
This diverse neighborhood has always been diverse, both economically and ethnically, and is one area on the rise for 2020.
With the price point still well under $1M, this east end neighborhood will be the saving grace for many buyers looking to get into the market!