Beautiful blue laundry room.
We've created a laundry room you could spend all day in – on both a royal budget and a baby one.
1 CANISTER, KSP glass Pasabahce with glass loop handle, Kitchen Stuff Plus, $12. 2 LAUNDRY DETERGENT, The Laundress Delicate Wash in Lady, Soap and Water Everyday, $20. 3 BATH/HAND TOWELS, WestPoint Home cotton Lasting colour in White, Bed Bath & Beyond, $22. 4 WASHING MACHINE, LG 4.6 cu ft. Ultra Large Capacity SteamWasher in Graphite Steel, The Home Depot, $1,048. 5 FAUCET, Powder-coated brass single-lever single-hole Ringskår, IKEA, $99. 6 WALLPAPER, Blue Pattern Tile, artistichomeowner.com, US $90 per roll. 7 CONTAINER, Tin, HomeSense, $8. 8 CANISTER, Anchor Hocking glass Montana with stainless steel lid, Kitchen Stuff Plus, $10. 9 BASKETS, Woven wicker, HomeSense, $17 each. 10 NESTING BASKETS, Seagrass, Canadian Tire, $15 for 3. 11 TURKISH BATH TOWEL, Plain and Simple Home, $74. 12 LAUNDRY BAG, Cotton in Hammam Stripe, West Elm Market, $34. 13 HAMPER, Rattan Sedona, Crate and Barrel, $100. 14 RUNNERS, Blue diamond woven 4' x 2.25', HomeSense, $20 each.
1 CANISTER, Extra Large Glass, Crate and Barrel, $30. 2 LAUNDRY DETERGENT, The Laundress Le Labo in Rose, Soap and Water Everyday, $56. 3 BATH TOWELS, PB Classic Turkish cotton, $29 each; HAND TOWELS, PB Classic Turkish cotton, $19 each, Pottery Barn. 4 WASHING MACHINE, LG 6 cu. ft. Mega Capacity SteamWasher in Graphite Steel, The Home Depot, $1,698. 5 FAUCET, Powder-coated brass Solna Single-Handle Single-Hole Pull-Down Smart Touch, Brizo, $811. 6 TILES, Hand-painted porcelain indoor/outdoor Talavera Poblana Classic C14, Mexican Traditions, $540. 7 CONTAINER, Enamelled metal Clothes Pegs, Soap and Water Everyday, $22. 8 CANISTER, Glass with polished silver lid, Ginger's, $45. 9 BASKETS, Handwoven rattan Jacquelyne Rope-Handled, Pottery Barn, $59 each. 10 BASKETS, Small woven rattan Tamiko, Ginger's, $252. 11 TURKISH BATH TOWEL, Khadi and Co. hand-loomed cotton, Plain and Simple Home, $88. 12 LAUNDRY BAG, Izola canvas Launder With Care, Ginger's, $56. 13 HAMPER, Small woven rattan Tamiko, Ginger's, $286. 14 RUNNER, Polypropylene indoor/outdoor Diamond in Denim & White, Dash & Albert Rug Company, $158.
Spray, scrub, spin dry, starch and start all over again next week – let’s face it, laundry is seldom a labour of love. But luxe products like these make it less of a chore, so soap up! 1 PEGS, Wooden Dolly, Soap and Water Everyday, $20 per pack of 50. 2 LINEN WATER, Compagnie de Provence in Luberon, Keep Me Posted, $19. 3 LINEN WATER, ElizabethW in Lavender, Ginger's, $28. 4 LINEN WATER, Lothantique in Lavender, Ginger's, $23. 5 DRYER BALL, Handmade felted wool, Lynn's Lids, $25 per pack of 3. 6 DRYER BALL, Rubber Hedgehog, West Elm Market, $9 per pack of 2. 7 DRYER SACHETS, Pi'lo lavender-filled, Soap and Water Everyday, $20. 8 DRYER SACHETS, Lavender-filled linen, Keep Me Posted, $10 per pack of 2. 9 SPOON, Wooden, Plain and Simple Home, $18. 10 LAUNDRY DETERGENT, The Laundress Delicate Wash in Lady, Soap and Water Everyday, $20. 11 DRYER BALL, Get Sorted, Home Outfitters, $10 per pack of 2. 12 DRYER BALL, Variations, Home Outfitters, $10 per pack of 8. 13 STARCH, The Laundress Stiffen Up, Soap and Water Everyday, $18. 14 SCOOP, Wooden, Plain and Simple Home, $18. 15 DRYER SHEETS, Caldrea in Black Coriander Lime, Soap and Water Everyday, $15 per pack of 80.
We love the bold yet lighthearted patterns of Talavera Poblana pottery, a tradition that dates back to 16th-century Mexico. It’s such a time-honoured practice that its production is heavily regulated in order to be called authentic. But we’re fans of the inauthentic versions, too. And the tile-look wallpaper? Muy bueno. 1 TILE, Hand-painted porcelain Talavera Poblana Classic C14, Mexican Traditions, $5 per tile. 2 TILE, Hand-painted clay Talavera Poblana Classic C5C, Mexican Traditions, $3 per tile. 3 TILE, Hand-painted clay Talavera Poblana Classic C10C, Mexican Traditions, $3 per tile. 4 TILE, Target Unica glazed porcelain stoneware Bonton in Black and White, Ciot, $22 per sq. foot. 5 TILE, Target Unica glazed percelain stoneware Bonton in Light Blue on White, Ciot, $22 per sq. foot. 6 WALLPAPER, Blue Pattern Tile, artistichomeowner.com, US $90 per roll.
Get to know your hangers before you trust them with your wardrobe! 1 Painted wood Sturdy; shape protects clothes; bottom bar allows suits and matching sets to be stored together. 2 Coated plastic with rubber shoulders Thinner than the average hanger, so you can fit more clothes in your closet; rubber grip on shoulders and bottom bar keeps everything in place. 3 Plastic attachable Another great way to get more into your closet, these hangers can hook onto each other. 4 Maple Sturdy; wide frame helps items like blazers maintain their shape; notched shoulders keep strappy shirts from slipping. 5 Cedar Natural and unvarnished wood absorbs moisture and odours, leaving clothing with a fresh cedar scent. 6 Nylon-coated plastic Super slim and perfect for space-saving; nylon coating prevents slippery fabricsand wide-necked shirts from sliding off. 7 Fabric-padded Perfect for lingerie and lightweight camisoles; smooth material helps prevent snags in silk and satin. Hangers 1 Get Sorted maple Wood Suite in White, Home Outfitters, $10 per set. 2 Coated plastic Slim Grips, Bed Bath & Beyond, $20 per set of 16. 3 Plastic Attachable in white, Bed Bath & Beyond, $6 per set of 10. 4 Maple, HomeSense, $6 per set of 5. 5 Get Sorted cedar, Home Outfitters, $14 per set of 3. 6 Nylon-coated plastic ultra-slim non-slip flocked blue, HomeSense, $17 per set of 25. 7 Fabric-padded, HomeSense, $7 per set of 5.
Might as well face it. We're addicted to plus pure white bath towels. Does anything feel better after a long, hot shower? So fresh, so clean and so pristine -- they're the quintessential start to a successful day. And at the mid-range price point of the Style at Home collection, they're also simply irresistible. BATH TOWELS, Style at Home Solid Colour Cotton in Bright White, Sears, $23.
How to: Paint outdoor furniture
When undertaking a DIY project, there are usually a few things to consider. Add tempermental weather to the list and suddenly that little list has multiplied. How do you prepare your furniture for painting? What type of paint do you use? How does it differ for different types of material?
Though the process of painting outdoor furniture may seem daunting now, the best way to go about a DIY job is to be prepared. We talked to an expert at Canadian Tire to do just that. Michael Bache, Category Business Manager at Canadian Tire, shares his prepping and painting how tos to help put your DIY nerves at ease.
1 What supplies will you need for prepping and painting?
Depending on the state of the furniture (e.g. new wood, old plastic, painted metal, painted wood) and the type of paint chosen, a variety of items should be considered.
If using brush-on paint, consider using a primer before applying a new fresh coat of colour. When priming your furniture, make sure to use a good quality paintbrush and rags or drop cloths for clean-up. However, if you're using Krylon® Fusion™ no primer is required.
If repainting a metal or wood surface that has loose peeling paint, it must be removed for best adhesion. You can use sandpaper, steel wool, wire brush, scraper, or a stripper. You may require a tack cloth to clean up dust residue when sanding. If sanding a latex paint, a simple damp rag will work just fine.
2 Do these steps differ when prepping different materials, such as metal, plastic, wicker or wood?
Yes. Some products don't require primer, saving you a prep step. Using an aerosol is a benefit, too, as you also save a step in the prep. It generally dries faster and doesn't require clean-up since no paint brushes are involved. Even better, aerosols tend to give a factory style, air brush finish when applied properly, as opposed to a brush-on paint.
Bare wood generally requires a primer to seal the wood prior to painting as the surface is porous. The primer is used to provide a nice, smooth finish. Krylon Dual saves a step on both bare wood and metal since it primes and paints in one easy step. This saves time and allows people to have more time enjoying their furniture and less time prepping it!
3 What type of paint should you use for outdoor furniture?
Always follow the directions on the label for specific product use. This will ensure proper adhesion to your surface.
Plastic patio furniture should only have a paint specifically designed to adhere to plastic and hard-to-bond surfaces. Many general purpose paints can adhere to most surfaces except plastic.
For wicker or rattan, spray paints tend to make a nicer finish and easily gets into the grooves. Muskoka chairs are also easier to paint when using an aerosol as opposed to a paint brush. Now there's even an aerosol wood stain by Krylon. Spray stains make fast work of Muskoka chairs and planters - no brushes to clean up either.
5 What about rust prevention?
Paint designed especially for metal surfaces tends to add rust protection into the paint - make sure the paint says "rust proofing" or "rust inhibiting".
As our climate changes, U.V. rays are also a consideration - they're hard on our skin and our exterior patio furniture! Some paints actually have U.V. protection in their paint. This will help protect your finish to resist harsh weather conditions. We suggest storing patio furniture during the fall and winter months when not in use. If space is a problem, a variety of covers and tarps are available to help protect your investment.
6 What are the best painting methods to use?
Much of this is personal preference. However, some surfaces, like wicker and rattan, have a nicer finish when sprayed versus brushing.
7 What kind of finish, if any, should you use?
Most paint companies offer a variety of finishes to choose from - satin, gloss, textured, metallic, hammered, and more. As long as you use an appropriate paint for your exterior surface and follow the instructions, you should achieve the finish you want. The really nice thing about the variety of paints and finishes available is that people can turn "garage sale finds" into treasures. Mixing and matching old and new creates a different and personalized patio set.
8 How many coats should you use
Follow the instructions on the can, however many paints suggest two coats. When painting remember this rule of thumb: Thinner coats are better than thicker coats. Thinner coats dry faster and produce a harder finish.
9 What should you look for in a brush?
Is it the right paint brush for your paint? Oil-based paints generally have different bristles than latex paints. The brush label will specify this.
Is the paint brush the right size to do your project? If you are painting furniture, smaller brushes may be better. Ensure it fits into your paint container.
A roller can be great for large flat surfaces, like a tabletop. This can help reduce brush marks, too!
10 How does climate affect the painting process?
Weather is a big factor. For the most part, if you're getting a sunburn and sweating, it's probably too hot to paint. This will cause the paint to dry too fast. If it's too windy and you're using an aerosol paint, your paint may dissipate before it reaches the surface. Either wait for the wind to die down or use cardboard to build a spray tunnel. Humidity can affect the paint's dry time, which leaves more time for surface imperfections to take place on your finish. In general, 21ºC and about 50% humidity are ideal conditions for painting.
12 Any last tips?
Remember to protect other surfaces if working outside by using masking tape and drop cloths. Most importantly, regardless of your project, remember to always read product labels thoroughly and follow directions.
Can you tell which bathroom is high and which is low?
Can you tell which bathroom is high and which is low?
We designed a luxe bathroom using two different budgets. Can you tell which is the high and which is the low?
We designed a luxe old-meets-new bathroom using both a flood and a trickle of cash flow. Can you tell the difference?
1 Brass Colebrook 1041 pendant light in Aged Brass, Universal Lamp, Hudson Valley Lighting, $375.
2 Gold-leafed carved wood Empire-style mirror, Barrymore Furniture, $4,730.
3 Unisex cotton Antiochia bathrobe in Grey & White, Au Lit Fine Linens, $139.
4 Carrara marble and antique-brass-finished iron Darcy side table, Pottery Barn, $399 US.
5 Hand-carved oak and linen Louis sidechair, Art Shoppe, $699.
7 Hammam-style cotton Antiochia hand towel in Grey & White, Au Lit Fine Linens, $34.
8 Brass floor-mounted Traditional tub filler in Champagne Bronze with cross handle, Delta Faucet, $2,425.
9 Framed Harmony artwork by H. Kalisher, 24" x 24", Barrymore Furniture, $400.
1 Polished brass-plated steel geometric pendant light, CB2, $120.
2 Gold-leafed metal and MDF Valonia mirror, Barrymore Furniture, $810.
3 Unisex washed linen bathrobe in Light Grey, H&M, $60.
4 Carrara marble and steel Solo side table in Gold, Shelter, $299.
5 Lacquered oak and linen blend Louis side chair in Beige, Structube, $299.
7 Hammam-style cotton hand towel, HomeSense, $8 per pair.
8 Rubinet brass Raven tub filler in Satin Brass with cross handles, Taps Bath Centre, $2,199.
Harking back to the late 19th century, free-standing cast iron clawfoot bathtubs flooded the decor world roughly a decade ago. The traditional tub has enjoyed a variety of modern manifestations and manipulations. One trend we’re particularly fond of is painting the tub’s exterior black, a clever DIY that adds a dramatic edge. But oceania has done one better: the Milano bathtub replicates the look without the work, and (bonus!) it’s made of acrylic, so it’s lightweight, easing installation.
Oceania Influence free-standing acrylic Milano bathtub in White & Black, Taps Bath Centre, $2,299; Arto handmade concrete Conche floor tiles in Charcoal Gray with smooth finish, Creekside Tile, $18 per sq. ft.
Whatever your style, a set of lush white terry towels is essential to bath time. Don’t let this simple staple fool you: all towels may look alike, but higher quality means a better feel as well as superior performance and durability. So read the fine print before making your pick – regardless of your budget.
1 Double-sided cotton Portofino face cloth, $13, hand towel, $23, and bath towel, $34, all in White, Au Lit Fine Linens.
2 Style at Home Collection double-sided three-ply ring-spun cotton face cloth, $13, hand towel, $17, and bath towel, $26, all in White, Sears.
3 Canadian Living double-sided one-ply ring-spun Egyptian cotton face cloth, $10, hand towel, $15, and bath towel, $20, all in White, Bed Bath & Beyond.
4 Springmaid one-sided two-ply combed Egyptian cotton face cloth, $6, hand towel, $9, and bath towel, $12, all in White, Walmart.
Our luxe loo gets its undeniable grandeur from the large gold-framed mirror. Similar vintage-style looking glasses are popping up everywhere, and we’ve taken the liberty of rounding up a few of our faves. Whether you prefer ornate ornamentation or minimal embellishment, we’ve got an option for you. Good luck picking the fairest of them all!
1 Gold-leafed metal and MDF Valonia, 42" x 59", Barrymore Furniture, $810.
2 Gold-leafed wood louis Philippe Gilt, 34" x 56", Restoration Hardware, $545 US.
3 Iron Gleaming Primrose in Gold, 39" x 39", Anthropologie, $398 US.
4 Made Goods gold-leafed wood Philippe, 30" x 64", The Cross Decor & Design, $1,575.
When a popular piece transcends trendy to become timeless, the decor world benefits. Such is the case with the crowd-pleasing peshtemal, or hammam towel, a go-to that bears all the makings of a classic. With origins in turkish bathhouses, it’s traditionally handmade from organic fibres in muted tones and features tassel edging and decorative stripes for a touch of frill. This towel is also flat-woven and compact but dries fast and wicks moisture well. Best of all, it’s equally at home in the kitchen and in the bath. Hammam-style cotton Antiochia hand towel in Grey & White, Au Lit Fine Linens, $34. Le Bouquet de Lili bar soap, Lothantique, $7.
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