Anne Hepfer is a very known and popular designer in Toronto, Canada. Anne lives in a 1933 Georgian home, formerly owned by Prime Minister John Turner. She re-designed the home and now every room has its own, different than the others color and each of them says its own story. Having 2 adorable baby twins, Anne manages to keep the warmth and the inviting atmosphere in there and I say that her home is worth a 10!!! Here are the images:
Dining area – the chandelier creates a vintage style while the chairs make this dining room look so cozy
Kitchen – the white and oh so classical cabinets make this space very bright! Love the blue vases here
Sitting room – the skirted chairs are inspired by American designer Billy Baldwin. The sofa is of a pale pink. Gorgeous coffee table!
The living room is the perfect proof of the Georgian architecture of the home. The built-in bookcases, the silver lamps and the mirrored coffee table sets a very chic atmosphere in here!
The library decorated with bold colors – this room is so different than the others
Bedroom – the olive color of the room makes it very calming. The patterned bedding adds a romantic touch to the room
The patterned sofa is a great add to the bed as this pattern is the same as the headboard. The fern prints are 1850’s English original gathered from all around the world.
*images via Canadian House and Home
What are your impressions, dears? I say this is gorgeous!!! Such a talented lady!!!