Forest Hill Family HomeEclectic Living Room, Toronto

Photography: Donna Griffith

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dvjh wrote:Jul 14, 2014
  • roedeanbelle Tasker

    Hello! Please can you share the wall color? Thank you!

  • julieu601

    Hi Sara, Beautiful work! Would you mind sharing the paint color you used on walls?? Thank you

cynthia lee wrote:Jan 9, 2015
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    Lombardo Carpentry Inc.

    Beautiful design. Do you know the spacing between the boxes? Standard 3 1/2 - 4 inches?

  • Dahlia Libin

    How did they paint the applied molding on the drywall? Did they spray or brush the paint?

Scott wrote:Apr 17, 2013
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    Sara Bederman Design
    Walls are Benjamin Moore OC-11, mixed 25% lighter than regular color. Floor was a custom stain
  • Mike T.
    Wow - that doesn't look like 0C11 at all! I want this color that's on my screen! If only....
Chris Pappas wrote:Jan 27, 2014
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    Sara Bederman Design
    This lamp was purchased at Trianon in Toronto. It is driftwood with a linen shade and uses regular incandescent bulbs. There are a number of other styles in the collection.

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Jess McBride added this to Driftwood 2.0: Coastal ChicAug 6, 2016

2. Rustic floor lamp. For the less handy among us, it’s never a bad idea to leave lighting to the pros. This driftwood floor lamp, purchased from Trianon Design in Toronto, might be a good option.

isabella_max
Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to Architectural Details Make All the DifferenceJan 27, 2016

Picture molding. Using half-round or other narrow trim to create picture frame molding on walls can be a very sophisticated detailing.

yanicsimard
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to These Rustic Accents Can Really Make Your House Feel Like HomeDec 8, 2015

Driftwood. Driftwood, with its unique, natural shapes, calls to mind the serenity of seaside cottages. Mixed into a contemporary home, this humble material becomes an evocative feature, especially when playing against cool grays that bring out the wood’s character.Using just a little driftwood contrasted against sleek modernist furnishings creates a beautiful mix, so try adding a driftwood mirror frame, lamp base or single piece perched on a coffee table book if a room feels a little too “crisp.”

beckydietrich
Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Stick to Branches for Naturally Beautiful LightingJun 29, 2014

… or the horizontal stack of driftwood twigs forming the base of this lamp. Clearly, floor lamps and twigs are meant for each other.I hope this gets your creative juices flowing, like it does mine. Let’s all grab some pruners and head for the back forty!More: Bank on Branches for Beautiful Furniture

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Kurt Cyr added this to 15 Ways to Create Drama With Light FixturesMar 11, 2014

Logroll. This fascinating floor lamp is a cross between a sculpture and a light fixture. Why it works: The unusually flat shade references the scale of the nearby artwork, while the base adds a wild texture to the very traditional walls, with their panel molding.

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