This light fixture which looked like amber balloons partially inflated, created brilliant visual interest as a lighting fixture, a sculpture and potentially a room divided.  There is something incredibly elegant in simplicity and they achieve that  balance!


In Studio North I found a small supplier named Tony Kouros who travels the world taking photographs.  The carpet is a conglomeration of images he has taken to create this urban area rug.  In the right side of the image you can also see a lamp and shade created from a photograph of a door knocker (repeated around the shade to create the image.

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Canadian Home Trends' National Design Editor, Glen Peloso forged into the world of design 20 years ago after completing his Masters degree in Fine Art. As Principal of Grafus Design Co., he has worked in residential, hospitality and commercial spaces for clients in several countries and has successfully designed over 300 projects in that time. TV Celebrity Designer and Canadian Home Trends National Design Contributor, Glen is also recognized as a design expert on The Marilyn Denis Show and from his past work as a host/designer of the internationally popular television shows Foodnetwork/HGTV`s Restaurant Makeover, and W networks ‘Take this House and Sell it’, and “Slice Network” show, Renovate my Wardrobe.

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