Cheryl Cornacchia

Cheryl Cornacchia

New Landscape In An Established Neighbourhood

New Landscape In An Established Neighbourhood

Photography: Jeff McNeill Landscape architects and garden designers can face a challenge when older homes are torn down to make room for larger new homes in well-established neighbourhoods. Municipal bylaws often require a new house to fit in...

Everything On The Wish List

Everything On The Wish List

PHOTOGRAPHY: AMANDA LARGE AND YOUNES BOUNHAR The design team ofCoryn Kempster and Julia Jamrozik got clear instructions when they were asked to design a modern four-season home on a waterfront property. The couple who owned the property on...

Style For The Whole Family

Style For The Whole Family

PHOTOGRAPHY: JASON HARTOGSTYLING: DVIRA OVADIA The couple wanted a bedroom in which they could relax and watch a movie on their own. Their nine-year-old son needed a bedroom where he could feel grown up and independent. Toronto interior...

Challenging Home Work

Challenging Home Work

PHOTOGRAPHY: ASHLEY CAPPSTYLING: CATHERINE THERRIEN Interior designer Staci Edwards had her work cut out for her when she set out to remodel her own kitchen. The makeover was part of a major renovation of the main floor of...

Form & Function

Form & Function

PHOTOGRAPHY and STYLING: STEVE MONTPETIT A horizontal grain is repeated in the walnut veneer of the kitchen table, island and standalone cabinet units while accentuating the kitchen’s design.  Josée Anne Bergeron’s kitchen was already the heart of her...

Mid-Century Contemporary

Mid-Century Contemporary

PHOTOGRAPHY: GUYLAINE PROULX Looks can be deceiving, and a good example of that is this house, which straddles the boundary between downtown Montreal and Westmount. From the street, it looks like a relatively modest red-brick structure, at least...

Water Works

Water Works

Toronto interior designer Dvira Ovadia recently designed a Toronto home with seven bathrooms, and to each of them she gave its own distinct style. The current vast range of materials and fixtures makes that task easier than it...

For the Birds … Oh, and Bees, Butterflies and Bats, Too

Isabelle Bérubé and her husband built their dream house four years ago on a 12-acre property in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, an hour’s drive southeast of Montreal. Passionate nature lovers, they planted flower gardens, vegetables and fruit trees to...

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