Behomm, an worldwide home exchange services for the community of designers and visual artists, lets you move in to an extraordinarily created house in exotic locales close to the globe. In this home of interior designer, Lori Andrews, you can explore the nearby natural wonders and the city lifestyle of Calgary from this elegant home base.
Compact and total of character, the open living, kitchen, dining is vivid white from the walls to the exposed gable and clerestory window. Satiny wood floors with loads of character host light on their feet traditional furnishings. White and black and wood, with just a pop of red unite the mid-century contemporary seating possibilities.
The kitchen of clean white flat panel cabinets hosts stainless horizontal rod pulls, of which I’m a huge fan. Gleaming black counters mirror the colorful checker board glossy tile back splash. You can never go wrong with a crystal chandelier, Eames’ developed chairs, and a Saarinen tulip side table. The living room art wall is a glorious and fearless illustration of how to effectively mix it up.
Two sleeping locations are both cozy and comfortable. Warm flannel grey perked up by fire engine red lines the complete size bedroom. A cozy ladder accessed loft, with its personal nook for storage, is a creamy cocoon for uninterrupted sleep.
Photography courtesy of Lori Andrews and Behomm.