The walnut live edge desk for a newly revived home office

Need I say again? Walnut, walnut, walnut. We can't have enough walnut. It is timeless beauty. The waterfall edge is stunning with a live edge walnut piece because it actually does look like water is falling. This was made using one continuous solid piece of live edge walnut. The corner is mitered for that seamless fall.

Set against the white built-in cabinetry and the grey tones rug, the walnut desk with raw steel legs really pops.

This is the view coming into the front door on your left side. Our client were thinking of putting a navy blue chair with this, I think it would look gorgeous because of that nice contrast between the deep blue and the yellow/brown warmth of the walnut, against a neutral backdrop. 

A closer look at the live edge. This would also work nicely as a mantle, or a simple kitchen island.

View from the dining room area looking into the the home office

Another look !

We hit the Interior Design Show 2015 this weekend!

Our first time at the IDS, and we are pretty excited! We'll be part of the featured exhibition "Maker". Come and check out what we have to offer! Our booth number is 2225 at the Metro Toronto Conventional Center. The show is from Jan 23 to Jan 25. Please see more info on IDS website Just like our home, our booth is really small, in fact the smallest one there--but we compensate.

Here is us setting up for the show

Rock doing last minute touches. Behind him is a wall of hardware.

We decided to do a traditional style barn door on the horseshoe hardware.  Thewalnut credenza is named "work horse" because of the white paws for the legs, and it is completely solid walnut. So are the stools here, one made as a stepping stool  for a toddler, and the other one is an occasional stool.