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How A Luxe Living Room Delivers All the Feels

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Reigo & Bauer combine playfully tactile surfaces in a bold Forest Hill sanctum

Touchy-feely treatments abound in this open-concept family room outfitted by colour and texture specialists Reigo & Bauer. The tufted B&B Italia sofa from Kiosk is a focal point in yellow, while neutral elements prove just as much of a draw thanks to intriguing surfaces. A grey rug by Object Carpet (available through Are & Be) resembles a rocky river bed, while TAKTL white concrete fireplace panels mimic the look of crinkled paper.

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The buttery-leather sofa visually separates the hard, gleaming kitchen from the living space. Low-slung, it sets a casual “den” tone while its cushy, wide back provides extra seating for chatting with the chef.

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A mix of matte and glossy continues with a glass and metal side table from Avenue Road and a felt armchair from Italinteriors.

Originally published in Issue 3 2016 as All the Feels.

Tour the rest of this home in our feature story More than a Feeling.

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