I love this vintage sink installed recently for a Toronto client. It’s 18th century French.
Strikingly contrasting marble creates a floor pattern that’s not the typical boarder and works well with the asymmetrical layout in the space.
Recladding an old commercial staircase in marble and carpet and changing the railing to glass added instant glamour to the space.
The dining room at 181 Davenport: gilded bronze glass coral sculptures in the niches and a vintage 70s light fixture.
I love this patchwork of old carpets we used at a beach house. It’s casual and practical for the space.
Deco style furniture in a modern space adds a real timelessness. The light fixture is vintage 40s.
The iron detail on the door was inspired by a fish scale pattern I once saw on a plate.
One of Canada’s most important private art collections. I used a British-inspired gallery style and kept the furniture ivory so as not to distract from the artwork.
Rope chairs at a client home in Miami during an installation.
I sometimes mix differently sized tables to form a larger shape as I did in this client’s home in Florida. It’s a very graphic look.