This condo located in Coal Harbour had an amazing view, and we knew right away that it was going to be our main feature. Keeping that in mind, we had to come up with an appropriate layout while also working with a curved wall and perplexing angles. The biggest design challenge was to minimize the effect of a large pillar located at the end of the living room that blocked a fair bit of the space.
We played off the curve in the wall, the pillar, and the tricky space by using smaller scaled furniture around the glass dining table and by playing off the curve in the pillar with a curved vase on the table. In the end, your eye was no longer drawn to the pillar as an obstacle, but rather a cohesive part of the room.
At the end of the day, the client was very happy with the outcome. We can’t wait to see what design challenges will come up next!
– Erica, Fluff Designer
Erica graduated from BCIT in the Interior Design program. After reviewing her portfolio, we realized we were very lucky to have her join our team. One of Erica’s passions is her love of dance. She has been studying and competing for 15 years.