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Example of a classic family room design in Toronto with beige walls

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christynk wrote:Jan 20, 2013
  • cmluu
    wall color please?
  • silkies

    looks like it could be Shoji White Sherwin Williams, possibly Eider White SW or White Duck SW.

gianolam wrote:Jan 9, 2013
  • mrwr
    Could you provide more detail regarding the rug? I can't seem to find it on the ELTE web site. Any information you provide would be appreciated. Thank you
  • stringa123
    what is the wall colour ?
    what is the chair in the side ?
deb wrote:Apr 20, 2013
Kiara Jablonski wrote:Mar 15, 2013
  • agane
    We often purchase our frames from Pottery Barn for this type of grouping. Our favourite frame colour is ivory, but they are also available in black and a medium stained oak finish. The photos can be easily changed and they always look great. The wide matting helps to unify a group of small photos - much more architectural and stylish than a lot of individual frames on a table top.
  • Kiara Jablonski
    Thank you for that information. I am buying my first house and painting a large living room a burnt orange color and i think these would look amazing behind the couch. Thank you for posting this.
novelmama wrote:Feb 8, 2014
tszlag wrote:Nov 3, 2013
Dot Shannon wrote:Jul 17, 2013
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    Elizabeth Metcalfe Interiors & Design Inc.
    Doing a grouping of photos is a wonderful way to showcase family photos. All the frames are from Pottery Barn and range in size. If you go to their website you will see the different sizes that they have available. To keep it cohesive, we've used all ivory frames. The wide mats make it look modern and help to keep it from appearing overly busy. The ceiling height in this room is 9'.

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8. Drapes, meet dryer. Draperies also need attention when you are cleaning the windows. A simple way to remove the dust and dirt is to place them in the dryer for a few minutes on a warm setting. The dryer will remove dust and allergens in the fabric. Remove them from the dryer and hang them up quickly to prevent wrinkles.

Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 8 Ways to Make What You Have BetterJun 1, 2016

5. Teeny photos. Small photos (especially keepsake photos from years gone by) may not be able to fill much more than a few pages in a scrapbook, but slip them into oversize frames with deep matting, and suddenly you have a full gallery collection with each image presented as a work of art.Buy inexpensive frames and carefully cut acid-free art paper (with a sharp box cutter) to create custom matting for each image.

Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 8 Ways to Arrange ArtworkFeb 1, 2016

Here’s a clustered wall-size installation of pieces all matted and framed in the same material.

Apartment 46 for the Home added this to Edit Your Photo Collection and Display It Best — a Designer's AdviceApr 11, 2013

You can create interesting photo vignettes through mat style as well. The example shown here employs large white surrounds for the colorful photographs and minimalist frames. The approach keeps the room light and bright and provides a distinct focal point.

Samantha Schoech added this to 9 Ways to Make Dreamworthy Rooms — in a WeekendFeb 7, 2013

You can create a different look by having an organizing principle like size or frame color. These all have large white mats, which tend to make everything look gallery-worthy.Guide to Creating a Gallery

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