décor – I love hanging around the house.

F A B R I C A T E D   ART!

Vintage Tanzanian – Zanzibar

Beautiful pieces of fabric are another ART form.  All these wall hangings have a history.  A history of where they’re from and a history because it also reminds me of great memories from far away places visited.

Authentic Camel Blanket from Bethlehem
A friend brought this back from Nepal
Another one from Zanzibar hangs over the fireplace
Bedouin handmade cross-stitch from Sinai, Egypt. They don’t make them like this anymore.
Large batik from Bahia, Brazil as you go up the stairs right under the skylight.
Peruvian detailed wall hanging in living area – made all the more special because we were at that exact market.  Bought in Mira Flores, Lima.
Silk collage behind see-through netting in bedroom. By Israeli artist and friend Stephanie Gardin and taken straight from her bedroom in Jerusalem to mine.
Patchwork from India picked up in Dubai.

There are several more hanging around here and there but you get the picture hang of it!

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Intriguing décor

As seen in St. Helena, NAPA Valley.

bike as part of store window display
Bringing the outdoors…indoors.  This requires a LARGE living room!
You can get spaced out sitting  in this chair
or maybe you’re more of a “swinger”
They’re not horsing around.

décor – bed, bath and way beyond

At Room8                                                                                                                         Italian design is all about self-expression! At ROOM8, they believe that everything should be an expression of one’s personality.  I’m especially intrigued with their exclusive selection of made to order flat screen TV’s – where the TV is not the main focus.

This mirrored cabinet, made to order, hides a flat screen TV

Framed Flat Screen TV- Mirror in bedroom
This is a BED
Art Wall

 

 

 

 

Japanese porcelain, paper and silver leaf bowl

That’s not all –  ROOM8 Kitchen Showroom is designed to give prospective buyers an opportunity to experience the uniqueness of each kitchen style. The lines currently on display were selected to show some of the most intriguing and technically demanding design execution in the industry today.  From book-matched veneers in exotic woods, frameless, glossy and satin glass doors to the minimalistic 45° transition between counter top and door; these collections represent the most current trends in kitchen and bath design today – and they still have a hidden gem for those looking for something more –100% WOOD by Effeti, assembled from select logs of chestnut from Provence using a centuries old millwork technique – no screws!

Located at 110 – 1706 W 1st Avenue | Vancouver | BC | V6J 0E4 | T 604 734 1323               | F 604 734 1387

http://www.room8.ca/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

décor – Intriguing Interiors

MINT is unique furniture + beautiful objects

MINT Interiors was created by Michael McNamara and Rien Sharma with a vision to bring to Vancouver truly original furnishings that help people create homes that are extensions of their individuality. We believe that your home should reflect your personality and act as a sanctuary from the speed of modern life.

MINTeresting pictures
lights and hand made mixed-media bags
Wall paper has never looked this good

or more in vogue

coffee table

local designs

beautiful feather pillows

Available at:

http://MINTinteriors.ca