The upstairs room of the tower features a graphic Circa light fixture, a wall ornamented with antique baskets-as-art and wicker chairs, a sisal rug and teak bench to echo the rustic, natural look of the room.
In a kitchen large enough to forego upper cabinets, the backsplash becomes a major design element. Designer Nathalie Tremblay of Atelier Cachet chose to stack white glass tiles in neat columns for an eye-catching, graphic look.
Designer Melanie Miller of The Design Atelier selected a cool blue and white palette to create a restful atmosphere in this master bedroom. A wrought iron canopy bed and floor-to-ceiling drapes create a formal look without being stuffy.
Contrast is king in this fireplace wall by Nathalie Tremblay of Atelier Cachet, post-renovation and re-design. Gone are the drab wall and white brick; in their place, a stone-veneer surround and black wall add plenty of drama, and a three-dimensional art piece adds the finishing touch.
The bright colors continue on the other side of this bedroom where a long work table is perfect for art and homework projects and eye-popping electric yellow features lend attitude to the look. The overall effect is of a hip designer's atelier just right for sparking a young girl's creativity.