The home of Canadian House & Home designer, Emily Walker has quickly propelled itself to the top of my list of favorites. It was once a run down-bungalow until Emily and her partner, Mark Holden transformed the 900 square-foot space. While it is small in size, it is packed to the gills with style. It feels exactly as it should: young, fresh, and current. Emily selected a bold color palette that is carried through the entire house. Using shades of grey, yellow, and purple, she provides visual impact and manages to unify the space. The end result is crisp, young, and all-around inspiring!
I think that using a graphic wallpaper in this tiny bathroom was a great idea. Not only does it provide visual impact and style, it also draws the eye up, making the space feel larger than it truly is.
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