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Out Now: Our Modern Renos Issue

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Four renos that deliver the ultimate kick back

Modern overhauls that really paid off
• Luc Bouliane’s time-bending update of a Leslieville brownstone
• Brooklyn designers right the ugly wrongs of a Rosedale co-op
• Painter Thrush Holmes completes the ultimate canvas: his state-of-the-art home
• An unlikely developer/architect team-up and the restoration of an 1890s Annex nest

Top designers making their mark on the city
• Process, passion and the designy deliciousness of CxBO’s Brandon Olsen and Sarah Keenlyside
• The wizards of Filo Timo combine design with imagination to make architectural magic

Objects of desire, sourced from all over town
• On the wish list: Giftable goods by top Toronto designers
• Walk on the wild side: Richly hued rugs inspired by nature
• Throwing shade: Stylish window coverings to tailor to your space
• Cabinetry, fixtures & decor to refresh your bathroom. Plus: A hotel-inspired ensuite by Cindy Rendely

PLUS:
• Six brand-new, must-visit showrooms
• Fun and mind-expanding things to do this season
• A/V specialists to mount your flat-screen and hide cables out of sight
• Artists and designers deck the halls of the city’s most glam new shopping destinations
• Inspired by a holiday classic, we cast our favourite furniture in a comical, peanutty production


Find all of this and more in our brand new issue, heading out to newsstands and showrooms across the city on Oct 3.

Wondering where to pick up a copy? Find a place that stocks DL in your neighbourhood: Uptown, Midtown, King West, King East, Queen West, Queen East, West End, Other Locations.

You can also subscribe to our digital edition.

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