Sarah B. Hood

Sarah B. Hood

Slightly Separate

Slightly Separate

PHOTOGRAPHY: GILLIAN JACKSONSYLING: TARA FINLAY The kitchen cabinetry is MDF painted white with a walnut interior. Appliances: Jenn-Air. One spring morning in 2016 while he was en route to view a property for sale in High Park, Toronto...

Awkward No More

Awkward No More

PHOTOGRAPHY: VALERIE WILCOXSTYLING: LAURA GOARD Take a clean, white canvas and add accents of gold. For designer Laura Goard, that was the key to transforming a cramped 1980s bathroom into a spa-like contemporary retreat. The Mirolin Cruz freestanding...

Let The Sun Shine

Let The Sun Shine

PHOTOGRAPHY: EUGEN SAKHNENKO Danielle Campbell’s reconfiguration of the home creates a seamless flow between the dining room, the kitchen and the new addition that projects beyond the original back wall of the house into the garden area. What...

Child’s Play

Child’s Play

PHOTOGRAPHY: JOEL HORDYK AND COURTNEY HORDYKSTYLING: ALYSSA TERPSTRA Where do designers look for inspiration when reimagining their own homes? Alyssa Terpstra of Coco & Jack (a company she owns with her husband Steve Terpstra) didn’t have to look...

For Art’s Sake

For Art’s Sake

PHOTOGRAPHY: LARRY ARNALSTYLING: KIRSTEN MARSHALL and ASHLEY BARREY Designer Kirsten Marshall of Palmerston Design Consultants Inc. still laughsat the memory of her client’s first instructions for what was later to become a sweeping makeover of an outdated home....

Into The Present

Into The Present

PHOTOGRAPHY: ADRIEN OZIMEKSTYLING: SARAH TOWNSON Toronto’s west-end Kingsway Village neighbourhood is a district of quiet streets, wide lawns and mature trees. It was there that Julie and Tom Fluelling found themselves captivated by a building from the past:...