Friday, October 2, 2015

Princess Margaret Showhome 2015 ~ Bedrooms

Hello Friday! The weekend is almost here and with the Fall weather in full swing, I am ready to stay warm and toasty indoor with a blanket next to a fireplace!  I love my little condo up in the sky but hey, I would trade it in for the incredible Princess Margaret 2015 Showhome in a heartbeat!

We have spent almost two weeks touring the showhome designed by Brian Gluckstein (I know right? So much to see).  Today, we are making our last stop at the bedrooms and a jack and jill bathroom.

image courtesy of Princess Margaret Welcome Home Sweeptakes
The Girl's Room is dressed in a delicate palette of pale grey with a tint of blue & soft blushy pink. 

image courtesy of Princess Margaret Welcome Home Sweeptakes
The room feels open and airy thanks to the high ceiling (despite the sloped ceiling) and the window nook (amazing exterior architectural feature) creates an ideal spot for homework and makeup.  I love how the full length drapes accenturate the ceiling height and that headboard is divine!  The white linen shade fixture also reminds me of light, fluffy clouds.  

The Boy's Room is sophisticated and chic with a film festival vibe.  The architectural silhouette of the house also means sloped ceiling in this room.  To make the slopes disappear, Brian has painted the entire room grey and makes the room feels so much bigger.  The chandlier looks like a star high up in the sky, and I am crazy about the geometric pattern on the bedding!

image courtesy of Princess Margaret Welcome Home Sweeptakes
Here are my favourite shots of the Boy's Room:

For the Jack and Jill bathroom, Brian strikes a fine balance between the boys and the girls with a classic yet contemporary floating vanity with double sinks (so important in the morning to get ready), and this super whimsical wallpaper that's perfect for a kid's bathroom without feeling juvenile. 

image courtesy of Princess Margaret Welcome Home Sweeptakes
Beautiful sightline no matter which bedroom you look into (got to be fair to both kids):

This is my favourite shot and of course I am in it too!

Our last stop in this four bedroom home is this playful and glamourious nursery / playroom!

image courtesy of Princess Margaret Welcome Home Sweeptakes
The red + white palette is so crisp and fresh, and the ceiling / wall treatment with creamy white fabric and tomato red detail is both dreamy and practical: there are shelves built-in behind the fabrics! Now we are talking and I think that's a brilliant idea to create a showstopping space with ample of storage. 

Before I wrap up our final tour, here are Brian's tips on how to use wallpaper and how to hang wall art:


Thanks Brian and Cheryl for an amazing and inspirational visit and Jordana, it was such a blast right?

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