Unique collections and mid-century modern furnishings set this cozy Vancouver home apart.
When homeowner Tamar Rosenberg opens a window, she can all but touch the leaves that rustle on the cherry tree branches outside. But even when the windows are closed, a witty version of nature flourishes inside this mod Vancouver dwelling. Woodsy wallpaper
and a quirky menagerie of animal themed art and display pieces play to the outdoors. And there’s a warm feeling thanks to the wooden Mid-Century Modern pieces, which are placed throughout the space. Think that’s all? Think again. Overhead are skylights to watch the weather, a feature that Tamar loves equally on both sunny and rainy days. The perfect Vancouver home
The woodsy wallpaper was a bit of a splurge, but well worth it as it acts as a starting point for the nature-inspired decor seen throughout this Vancouver apartment. An inexpensive IKEA
table looks great with vintage white bucket chairs purchased from a movie prop house. The seat cushions were made from old woollen army blankets
. The trophy and matte black vase punctuate the mostly white scheme.