West 2nd Street, North VancouverContemporary Bedroom, Vancouver
Photo Credit | 2012© TRACEY AYTON | PHOTOGRAPHY™ All rights reserved.
Interior Design | GAILE GUEVARA
1200 sq.ft. condo apartment
2 Bedroom 2 bath
Open concept Design
Full Renovation | New Kitchen | New Bathrooms | Hardwood floor throughout, motorized shades throughout + steam shower
The blanket is from Hay and is available at Vancouver Special | http://vanspecial.com/
Lighting | Flos 265 by Paolo Rizzatto available through Livingspace
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11. Stick with a black and grey palette One of the easiest ways to master this look is by limiting your decor to a fairly strict palette of black, grey and white, with some natural wood thrown in (the more worn, the better). Shop budget-friendly stores for lamps, bedding, pillows, towels and more, in shades of grey, black and white – solid hues like these generally look good at any price point, so why spend more?Tell usIf you enjoyed this story, like it, bookmark it, save the photos and share your thoughts below. Join the conversation.MoreBrowse industrial-style spaces for inspiration
Invest in a classic designThis Flos wall lamp has a gigantic, adjustable arm, so it can do the job of two separate wall lamps by reaching over both sides of the bed.Designed by Paolo Rizzatto in the 1970s, the painted steel light looks just as fresh today as it did when it was launched, especially with the exposed wiring left to dangle from the huge bracket.
Pay homage to a placeAre you a frequent traveller or fiercely loyal to your hometown? Consider hunting down a cushion that has the name of your favourite location splashed across its cover. This cushion offers a double hit of head-turning typography style. Not only does it spell out ‘Vancouver’ (the city where the condo is located) in a cool, modern serif font, but it lists the city’s geographical coordinates, too.