Bangin Breakfast Nook

Part II (continued from previous post) One Day Cecilia offhandedly reported to me that she had walked some of her clients through the apartment and showed them my room. With the addition of white stringed Xmas lights the room was part diaphanous dream, part enchanted winter forest. They had stopped rooted at the threshold until …
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To Be Continued

Part l: After graduating from Trinity College, UofT, I was a student at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. Young in a town that in those days still ate them for breakfast. I found my roommates from an ad on the back of Times Out Magazine: a ball busting Norwegian senior level …
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Speaking Likeness

As many designers do, I troll and capture the interiors that inspire me to deliver. Such is this little gem from the Swedish team of Alexander White and Oscar Properties. Hard materials like rolled steel and marble are softened by the light woodsy floor and a curated collection of vintage 19thc oil portraits. As far …
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Tailored Taylor

I was honored once again to be invited to write for the upcoming issue of Luxe Magazine and enthusiastically jumped at the golden opportunity to exercise some good ol’ nepotism. I am learning a lot about writing besides the fact that it takes most everything out of you. Two lessons stand out in my mind: …
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