Hi all! This week I am thrilled to write that I have extended my rebrand package to include Interior Design. Until now I had kept the two fields separate, but they had a ornery tendency to keep overlapping! The time has come to merge the two and offer the rebrand package and Interior design (hospitality, commercial and residential) as one.
I am in the process of developing a workshop package that will allow me to travel to your location from Montreal for a tête-à-tête on marketing, design and analysis of your brands voice.
Contact me at email@example.com or subscribe on the site for more information!
Hi all, so we’ve decided to take our inspiration and home décor game to the next level. With a curated collection of wall and home décor. We’ve just launched our first few prints- selling for only 4.99 CAD each. Amazing right?!
Each print is available in square (10X10) Paper (8.5X10) and Poster (16.5X23.4) sized (wohoohoo!) to avoid wasting time and money on sending them out as a physical print- we’ve made them available as an instant download. So you can either do the printing yourself- or take them to the shop and customize them with paper stock, gloss etc.
Our collection was inspired by a collective need for affordable, well presented and high quality prints intended for a client base similar to us: in love with travel, design and home décor.
You can purchase them on etsy here
All the photos have been taken by yours truly- and we are in the process of putting together a city collection- so if you have a city that you would like to have custom made- get in touch!
Happy New Years all! I’ve just returned from a trip overseas with my travel companion Gabby. Amsterdam, Paris and the UK was our destination- but for now, lets begin with Amsterdam.
The reason I was drawn to Amsterdam was for the sole purpose of the architecture (as I insisted several times to the suspicious border patrol man). The canals where picturesque . Clean lines, neutral pallets, narrow structures- a overall harmony of textures came together and created an enchanting ambiance.
Our days where spent wandering in search of rich Dutch coffee, indulging in copious amounts of waffles and blinking through the rain at the architecture, trying vainly to not get hit by a bicycle. We agreed that the most beautiful time was at dusk, as the city’s amber lights came on and there was a drowsy contentment in the air (really that could just be the jet lag) . The majority of time we where lost, exhausted- but happy.
One morning we encountered the most lovely scene- as the sun slowly crept over the city , we crossed a bridge where a flock of birds stark against the waking city created a almost dreamlike feel. I immediately hunted for my camera whilst Gabby stood patiently by.
In the end we did fall in love with Amsterdam- in all its warmth and individuality and are already planning a return trip!