GTA - Reno + Decor - October/November 2021

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s disruptive as it has been, the pandemic is making an impact that could not have been anticipated in the home improvement industry. Canadians are renovating and remodelling now more than ever. As a designer, I am seeing empowered homeowners taking steps to express their authenticity and inspiration through bold design choices. Not only are homeowners thinking about ROI, they are also thinking about how they want to enjoy their space in the moment. Are you planning a bathroom reno? Here are my top trends to inspire you.


The term rebirth is embedded in this season’s bathroom trends, where homeowners and designers are excited to blend styles that are not only functional but focus on wellness, too


3 2 YESTERYEAR REIMAGINED It is intriguing to witness an emergence of past eras in current design in a fun, eclectic way. Everything from large-scale wallpaper, and unconventional fluted vanities reminiscent of the art deco era to Mid-Century modern inspired floor tiles. There is something to offer both the interior design enthusiast, and the open and curious homeowner. Old is new and new is old, and we are loving every moment of it. 1. FLUTED VANITY BY BRIAN GLUCKSTEIN: Beaumont Freestanding Vanity | 2. GOOD TILE WALLPAPER DESIGN: The Good Tile; PHOTO: Shay Nammari | 3. GOOD TILE WALLPAPER AND TILE-DESIGN: The Good Tile; PHOTO: Shay Nammari


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