In the lush mountains ringing the city to the charming stores and fashionable restaurants downtown, Vancouver, in Canada’s British Columbia, is a stunning mix of natural beauty and cosmopolitan style. The area has become a popular filming location for movies and TV shows (The X Files and Juno, such as), making Vancouver the nickname “Hollywood North” and infusing the town with a trendy vibe. Interiors here are up on all the newest trends, from antlers and black partitions to cutting edge green layout.
Rich colour and texture work in harmony in this Vancouver house, by the nubby denim-blue wallpaper and thick cushions in teal and charcoal into the fluffy cream carpet. The simple lines of the midcentury chairs, alongside the fun lamp and vibrant glass vases, make a look that is fashionably diverse.
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Dawna Jones Design
This stylish abode pulls in a great deal of modern layout obsessions. Antler sculpture, chevrons, black partitions? Check, check and check. Simple white sofas, a sleek coffee table and a classic gourd lamp keep things feeling glistening and mean that the look can be easily changed with a few accessories swaps when the mood strikes.
Enviable Designs Inc..
Calling to mind posh Hollywood sets, this bedroom strikes a lavish note with its serene palette of white, cream and dove gray. A headboard upholstered in pair and a print of X chairs trim complete the look.
This space employs the high contrast of black floors and white walls to set up a dramatic look. Colorful cushions and a rug with a oversized floral print keep things feeling stylish and fun instead of stark.
This adorable living room makes outstanding use of the space with glass tables, a miniature sofa along with a silver leather pouf. Shimmering white, soft cream, silver and a bit of plum create a modern feminine palette.
A set of globes provides a vintage flavor to this diverse house office. Subtle stripes onto the walls, along with a natural fiber carpet and baskets, add textural interest for the neutral area.
Funky Junk Interiors
This unique staircase was painted to appear to be made of recycled vintage wooden crates. An excellent addition to a eclectic home, this embellishment could be easily customized to match your personal style.
Natural Balance Home Builders
Ultramodern Ligne Roset sofas in tomato red, also finishes and an open floor plan, establish that green can be chic in this ecofriendly house. A very low coffee table which invites lounging is the ideal match for this polished yet relaxed inside.
Natural Balance Home Builders
Looking outside the same home, we see a green roof blanketed with wildflowers. Does this ecofriendly feature conserve energy, but it adds attractiveness.
That brings this week’s virtual tour to a close, and we’d really like to hear from you.
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