Interior designer Celerie Kemble doesn’t need to call a colour by its name to name it. Her descriptions of hue are, instead, evocations of an emotional fragment.
Toronto’s glass design studio has created a customizable work that transforms a room into a piece of art.
This winter, Los Angeles-based, Edmonton-born designer Stephen Kenn, known for his sleekly functional furniture and leather goods, has joined forces with contemporary Japanese lifestyle brand Colony2139 to reimagine classic, nautical-inspired interior decor.
Husband and wife Nick and Rachel Cope create wallpapers that synthesize antique handmade techniques with digital technology, tap esoteric inspirations, and feature irregular patterns and colours.
FROM THE ARCHIVE:This year’s Interior Design Show Vancouver sees Barbara Barry—who has been inducted into Interior Design’s Hall of Fame, ranked by Architectural Digest among the World’s 100 Best Designers, and named one of House Beautiful’s Giants of Design—as the keynote speaker. Here, our archival interview with Barry from autumn 2013.
The new Vancouver-based interior design business Kabuni melds two key components—an app and a bricks-and-mortar workspace—to simplify the experience of redecorating a home.
In a weird world that’s getting weirder every day, Karim Rashid is the designer we deserve.
London-based design company Sian Zeng has managed to do the impossible: indulge a child’s impulse to use a household wall as a canvas, while keeping home décor defacement-free.
Toronto-based interior designer Lori Morris has achieved what many in her field strive for: she has created an unmistakable style of her own.