The best rooms, I’ve always thought, are simply a sum of their parts. And I think of each part (or element) of a room as being similar to a building block. Stack up the blocks and you’ve created a room.
Hardwood floors – The Floor Studio, www.madeirafloors.com | David Hicks green pillow fabric – Kravet, www.kravetcanada.com | Area rugs – Ikea, www.ikea.com | Sofa, daybed, photographs – Sarah Richardson Design, www.sarahrichardsondesign.com | Fabric on sofa, daybed, chairs & drapes – Designer Fabrics, www.designerfabrics.ca | Vintage chairs – Chair Table Lamp, www.chairtablelamp.blogspot.com | Drapery hardware, floor-length mirror – Urban Barn, www.urbanbarn.com | Embroidered tapestry on bench top – Anthropologies, www.anthropologie.com | Dining table, antique dinner plates, gold candle sticks – Greens Antiques, www.greensantiques.com | Dining table refinishing – Eurocraft Restoration, www.eurocraftrestoration.com | Dining chairs – West Elm, www.westelm.com | Front entrance console, black floral consoles, ceramic horse, gold stool – Jalan, www.jalantoronto.com | Mirror over console – Chatelet, www.chatelethome.com | Crystal lamps – Queen West Antique Centre, 416-588-2212 | Chandeliers, crystal footed bowls, peacock plate – Abraham’s Antiques, 416-504-6210 | Pair of column tables, striped art, wine goblets, pink ashtray – Around the Block, www.aroundtheblock.com | Art framing – Elgin Picture & Frame, www.elginpictureandframe.com | Herman Miller coat rack – Quasi Modo, www.quasimodomodern.com | Paint – Para Paint, www.para.com. Walls: Desert Sand P5224-14D; ceiling: Fresh Savoury P5115-24; front door: Mountain Dew P5113-73. From the Sarah Richardson Designer Palette for Para Paints (www.sarahpaint.com): Accent wall: Dew SR64; trim: Snowfall SR29.