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16 Jul 2018

Category: Kitchen

Kitchen, Toronto

BANISHING THE SQUASHED SPACE

BANISHING THE SQUASHED SPACE A cramped kitchen is made light by opening it to adjacent rooms BY SUSAN SEMENAK PHOTOGRAPHY: LARRY ARNAL STYLING: THERESA VERDILE AND SUSI PEREIRA How to make a cramped old house light-filled and family-friendly? Tear down the walls, open up the…

Decorating, Kitchen

MIX IT UP

MIX IT UP Many hosts are opting for casual mix-and-match tableware that can be used every day Once upon a time, people used to keep two sets of tableware. There was the set that graced the dinner table every day. And then there was the…

Kitchen, Toronto, Toronto Home

SOUTHWEST FLAVOURS

SOUTHWEST FLAVOURS A Guelph couple is inspired by a classic U.S. look in their kitchens’s makeover BY SUSAN KELLY PHOTOGRAPHY: LARRY ARNAL STYLING: VANESSA SUPPA This two-storey home in the Westminster Woods area of Guelph faces southwest. And coincidentally, that area of the continent provided…

Kitchen, Montreal, Montreal Home

ENTERTAINING TONIGHT

This welcoming kitchen was renovated to allow its owners to entertain their many guests BY TRACEY ARIAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND STYLING: RHONDA THORNTON Stephanie Sabela and Derek Stunden, the owners of this King Township home, considered tearing down a wall and integrating an adjacent office to…

Interior Design, Kitchen, Vancouver Home

TALL ORDER

TALL ORDER A small Port Moody kitchen is transformed into a roomy space BY PHILLIPA RISPIN PHOTOGRAPHY and STYLING: CHRIS ROLLETT Homeowner and businesswoman Janine has a tall husband and three tall sons (“all males over six feet”). “Our family of five ¬- we couldn’t…

Colour, Interior Design, Kitchen, Paint, Trends, Vancouver Home

Take Five

Vancouver-based cinematographer David Bercovici-Artieda is happy that, following a year when so many of his colleagues in the film industry were out of work, some local unions visited Los Angeles to help attract foreign productions.
In a small way, David and his brother, Jacob Bercovici, an American businessman, are doing their own wooing of the industry and have helped Vancouver become more attractive to visiting productions.