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Personal. Refined. Eclectic. Liveable.

RILEY FLYNN

Designing residential spaces that are comfortable, personal and interesting.

Nate Berkus

"Your home should tell the story of who you are, and be a collection of what you love."

MIX IT UP

Embrace the contrast

The house, c.1910, with beautiful old bones and unique architectural details is refreshed in a cozy and contemporary style full of texture and colour. An ever-changing display of books, art, and objects found while travelling keep things fresh and interesting.

PIED-A-TERRE

Something old, something new

Maintaining the original architecture of the flat, including the plaster columns and stained glass windows was important. Juxtaposing old-world details with a mix of mid-century and modern furniture keep it fresh and fun. Luxe velvets, mixed metals, smoked glass and marble all play a role in making it hip and contemporary.  Don't be afraid to play with something old, and something new.

PARISIAN KITCHEN

It's all in the details

Creating a beautiful and practical kitchen for a busy family that entertains frequently was on the menu. Special millwork details were thoughtfully designed, and cabinets were sized to tuck away small appliances and platters. Hand-made lighting, custom stools, and family photographs complete the look of this French feeling kitchen.

OPEN CONCEPT

Combining three spaces into one

When a professional couple downsized from a large home to a smaller space in an urban setting, they needed rooms that were multi-use. Dressing up the kitchen with moody hues, antique mirror and paneled appliances disguised its function so it blended with the dining and family room, making it feel more like a lounge. The space was designed with storage and comfort in mind, so this couple can spend time with their three teens, or tuck iPads and games away when they want to entertain friends.

BATHROOMS & KITCHENS

Style, form and function

Whether big or small, addressing each clients' personal needs and discovering how they live and use their space is most important in the planning phase of any renovation. The key to success is balancing stylish finishes with practical and functional materials.