An empty apartment was the perfect blank canvas to create a tailored contemporary space incorporating the clients’ love of colour, texture, art and artifacts. A complete interior design service was provided including the selection of furniture, lighting, accessories and soft furnishings including custom made furniture and upholstery.

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Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 7 Must-Haves in a Small Home20 Dec 2018

7. Space to breatheLastly, when decorating your small home, don’t forget to leave room for one very important thing: Empty space. Filling every square inch of your walls and flooring with decorative baubles and unneeded furniture leaves the space feeling cluttered and cramped. Let some walls remain empty, and keep lots of circulation space open so you can move about freely and really enjoy the great pieces you have.Read more:5 Small Homes Show Clever Space PlanningTell us:How have you made room for areas in your small home? Tell us in the Comments below.

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