8/20/2010

Friday Eye Candy from Sloan Mauran ID

Who wants to gaze at some beautifully designed spaces? I bet you do. Since your wish is my command, today I bring you some selections from the portfolio of Sloan Mauran Interior Design. Sloan is an ├╝ber-talented Canadian designer. I am a big fan of her classic, yet modern aesthetic...it's simple, beautiful, and timeless. The following are my favorite selections from her online portfolio.

Since there is a chalkboard and bulletin board on the wall, I'd like to know if this is a breakfast room or a formal dining area. I especially love the library ladder, the round table, and the chandelier!

Such a perfect patio...I would die for the enormous banquette and the pair of black chairs.

This is the kind of room that shows you how powerful a stunning piece of art can be.

I adore the "centerpieces" and how runners were used in lieu of placemats or a tablecloth.

We all need a little bit of marble checkerboard flooring in our lives, don't you think?

I'm usually all about pattern, but this living area doesn't include any and I still love it. It's straightforward, yet still interesting.

Hope you've enjoyed Sloan's work.
Have a wonderful weekend!

8 comments:

  1. love love love!! I want black and white floors now and a library ladder

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  2. Great Pictures!

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  3. love the black and white outdoor space!!!

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  4. that marble checkboard floor! so sublime..

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  5. Kyle,

    I found the little white table you found at HomeGoods. Thats a really great find. Brocade Home has an exact table for $199.

    Cant wait to see more of your spaces.


    Mr. Goodwill Hunting

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  6. nitigaind@yahoo.comAugust 25, 2010 at 11:27 AM

    the first photo is her breakfast room.all the photographs are from her house in toronto....

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  7. Sorry to be different in opinion. This look has been done and done; and done again. Simplicity and straight lines are okay for the farm house but home needs a lot more character and personal touch. This is too generic. If anyone can just buy it at the local furniture store; forget it. Let's see some unique pieces integrated here. At least one item I can't buy at Ikea or Havertys.

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  8. I just followed the link from La Dolce Vita. I LOVE what you've done in your home. I have been looking for an orange fabric for my family room - I'm going to look into that Walmart duvet cover.

    I saw a Canadian House and Home tv episode back a few years ago when they featured Sloan's house. Did you see it? I still love it.

    Thanks!
    Sue

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