Posté le: Lun 3 Sep 2018 - 03:57 Sujet du message: Pint-Size Playfulness in Vancouver
The particular apartment was in good form when he shifted in, but it just was not to his taste.Abstract Painting Meloche updated many of the finishes and painted the walls crisp white as a history for his eclectic art collection. Custom modern furniture and clever DIY touches helped transform this small apartment into an attractive and efficient home.
Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: Daniel Meloche Place: Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, North america Size: 530 square feet; one bedroom; one bathroom; balcony That's interesting: Daniel transformed a kitchen storage space into a eating room. Heather Merenda: Exactly what inspires your individual style?
Daniel Meloche: Everything around myself is inspiring,Abstract Art from architecture to nature to materials to other designers' works of art.
HM: Do you have a designing philosophy?
DM: I seriously believe your home must always start with a neutral palette on the walls with major furniture pieces. A person can build color through your art and accessories. Color trends come and go so fast, and the easiest way to refresh your space is changing your accents.Large Abstract Painting Simply no one wants to be stuck with a eco-friendly couch or a crimson wall, as people normally like different colors and shades as time passes.
Sofa: Made to order at Stylus Sofas; chair: Wassily style, HomeSense; floor light: Moda, Torre & Tagus; pig statue: Design House (painted black); carpet: eighteen Karat