It is difficult to define this house in Canada in one word. It is very individual. Saturation with bright colors and a variety of small original details suggests that the design was created for creative individuals who run away from stereotyped and routine. The kids room does not resemble a baby’s abode, but a room where a full, albeit very young person is cherished. Everything is like in Montessori. After all, children themselves must recognize the surrounding reality, so why imprison them in four walls? There is a huge spacious house for growth. Animals seem to live here on every corner. Here is a picture with a deer’s head in the living room, here’s a gypsum elephant’s head hanging on the wall, a small giraffe and a big dachshund – small gullible eyes look at you everywhere. A house with so many animals, though not real ones, is full of life. Plus a lot of natural stone, wood and skins – all this is filled with air, light and bright colors – if you remove the objects of modern everyday life, you can feel the primordial being and feelings.
About Author:Anna Renard is lead author and design admirer. Anna loves bold, interesting and eclectic interiors.
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