Featured in Style at Home – October 2018 

No toys, no sticky fingers, cabinets full of wine, a lock on the door… we’re more relaxed just thinking about it. Three little words: adult. only. room.

In a busy household with 3 boys, we needed to make the most of the 150-square-foot room that was set aside as a kid-free zone. This 1930s home in Point Grey was tight on space, but full of charm. We’re thrilled to have the highlights of this room featured in the October 2018 issue of style at home with Ami’s tips to bring the feeling of luxury into small space.

“The pieces work together to add modern character to the home’s vintage 1930s envelope, delivering that quintessential of-the-moment decor mix that lends personality and charm to any space.”

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“Lacking the luxury of lots of space in this Vancouver home, designer Ami McKay and spouse-slash-construction manager Don Thomas of PURE Design had to employ an exacting eye and choose elements for the sitting room that were nothing short of perfection…”

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Text: Sarah Cation

Photos: Janis Nicolay