Classicism and modernity
The acclaimed interior designer, Brian Gluckstein
was commissioned to create an eclectic space with traditional architectural details in this home, which is located in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. The Princess Margaret Showhome
combines clean, classic spaces with modern furnishings. “It was really designed for someone who likes to entertain,” attests the designer himself.
“I see people having small and large parties in the space because rooms flow into each other, so it’s great for circulation,” Gluckstein adds. “The surfaces have to be practical, and the Cosentino surfaces are not only attractive but also very durable. So, it’s the right product for a house that is going to be highly used and well-loved,” the designer notes.
Luminosity and movement
The house was designed to have an enormous amount of natural light
through the use of French doors and big windows. “We wanted to create a house that flows well, where rooms are open to each other but still defined. At the same time a great house for entertaining and for a family,” explains designer Brian Gluckstein, voted Favorite Interior Designer by House & Home readers and rated one of the top designers in the world in Andrew Martin’s 2017 Interior Design Review.
The interior designer comments that he aims to have a precise vision of what he wants before starting a project by collecting images from magazines, Pinterest, or Instagram to develop a clear program.