Cool, classic, eclectic, cultured – there’s a cornucopia of words to describe designer Peter Wilds’s style. But what I love most is his ability to seamlessly combine them all, tempering the would-be creepy with the undeniably classy. Having found the key to pairing skulls and flowers, hearts and antlers – all in this street-level Vancouver studio for his design firm that launched last year – he has also found the key to my decor heart. Plus, between you and me, it doesn’t hurt that he’s handsome to boot. And those tough tattoos? They’re all of his favourite flowers: peonies, parrot tulips and roses. (Love!)
Peter Wilds Design
The 729-square-foot Gastown studio of Peter Wilds Design sits at street level with huge storefront-like windows to provide snapshots of his style to people passing by.
Decorating & Design - Inside Design
Inside design: Peter Wilds
In his new studio curated with the curious and the classic, the trendy and the traditional, Vancouver designer Peter Wilds proves that opposites, as they say, do attract.
- Page 1: Peter Wilds' design style
- Page 2: "Do you live here?"
- Page 3: The studio's launching point
- Page 4: Dining chairs
- Page 5: About the space
- Page 6: Peter Wild's vibe and style
- Page 7: Considering men in decor
- Page 8: Playing with opposites
- Page 9: Peter Wild's attire
- Page 10: A space needs great lighting
- Page 11: Important factors