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HOME TOUR: UPDATED

Welcome to my home – AGAIN! I have been busting to share these photos with everyone! Last February I teamed up for the second time with Tracey Ayton to bring you my latest home tour! The decor ...

Back to black

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Lifetime Collective tee | Zara shorts | Aritzia jacket | Native Apollo sneakers | Madewell bracelets Currently listening to: Shakey Graves – Roll The Bones - Photos by Sarah Boland.

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Category Archives: Home Decor

HOME TOUR: UPDATED

Welcome to my home – AGAIN!

I have been busting to share these photos with everyone! Last February I teamed up for the second time with Tracey Ayton to bring you my latest home tour! The decor of my condo has come a very long way. You can see that since the first look, I’ve gone seriously minimal and have removed all of the colour. It’s been a big transition year for myself and my home was definitely not off limits to the change – in fact, it was one of the first things to transform.

Besides the black/white/grey overhaul and removal of a lot of pieces I stuck to making this my home, on my own, by using a few DIY tricks! I’ll let you scroll below to see the images but here is a list of items that I made or transformed on my own:

1. White table - Is really the Ikea cube shelf – without the cubes. I’ve looked far and wide for a simple white table just like this one and it was in my home the whole time!
2. Coffee table - 4 cinder-blocks and a sheet of glass later I have the table that I’ve been dreaming of. Shout out to my brother for helping with this one :)
3. White faux fur rug - 4 Ikea rugs layed together and taped to the ground. I really wanted a large faux fur rug without the high price tag. This one was uber affordable and since I’m always changing up the little items, I won’t feel wrong getting rid of it!
4. 3 Large framed images - The large images above my couch are actually just black and white wrapping paper. I created a super minimal design with the two colours and I’m very happy with the outcome!
5. Quote Image - The large image above my bed was very easy to create. Custom framing for large prints can take you into the $1000 range and there was no way I was about to spend that. I purchased THIS image from Ikea, spray painted the frame piece and with the help of double sided tape I layed my print flat down.
6. Framed prints - All of my quote prints, liquor bottles and piece sign hand prints are custom made by myself. You can see more at www.iseenoise.com.

Thank you to Home On The Runway for featuring my home for the second time! Click HERE to see more photos and a view of what the before and after looks like. If you have any questions on where I collected my items – you can email me at randasall@gmail.com.

Photos by Tracey Ayton & Makeup By Neetu Sahota.

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Couch – Sofaworks (custom) | Leather pillows – Homesense | Cloth pillows – Ikea | Blanket – Homesense | Rug – DIY Ikea | Table – DIY | Framed prints – DIY | Plants – Old Faithful shop | Pots – Ikea | Lamp – Ikea | Candle – Woodlot 

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Pouf – Homesense | Shelf – DIY Ikea | Framed prints – I See Noise & DIY

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Plants – Old Faithful Shop | Pots – Ikea | Books – Chapters | Stag – Homesense | Skull – The Cross Decor & Design

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Basket – Antique | Blanket | Ikea

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Table – DIY Ikea | Stool – The Cross Decor & Design | Books – Chapters | Plant & Pot – Ikea | Framed print – Artist in Australia

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Framed print – Maeva Revellin | Towels – Ikea | Soap – Aesop

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Lipstick stands – Homesense

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Bed Linens – Ikea | Side Table – L’Atellier Home | Plant – Home Depot | Pot – Ikea | Lamp – Lofty Living | Candle – Woodlot | Aromatherapy – Vitruvi |

Framed Print – DIY

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Mirror – Homesense | Stag – Lofty Living | Framed Print - I See Noise Prints | Throw – Ikea

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Table – Ikea | Shelf – Ikea | Lamp – Ikea | Baskets – Antique | Stool – Industrial Revolution

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My Home: Living Room Updates

As you recall, my home was featured on Home On The Runway a few months ago and since then a few updates have taken place! Just like my clothing, inspiration develops into boredom with my home decor. Naturally, after I feel inspired by a piece it will only take it’s time until I need to replace it or display it in a way that makes it new again.

I have since added the Ikea KALLAX bookcase to my living room. It was a little bit of a struggle for me to find a unit that was the appropriate height for my television. The previous owners of my home had their television mounted to the wall and I had them leave the holes and plugs in-case I decided to do the same.

These holes and plugs were not sophisticated in the least so since I won’t be mounting my tv yet I needed a stand that was high enough to cover them up. A great bonus to the bookcase is that I can display all of my beloved trinkets and books. My literary pages were once stacked high in the corner of my bedroom. I adored the way it looked, but like I mentioned above – I became bored.

I was thinking of changing this beautiful Persian rug that was gifted by my parents to something more muted, perhaps grey or one with a geometric design…but honestly I don’t think I can part with it. It’s just too special!

I would like to add a neon sign above the television. I have a few words in mind but just need to find the best company to create it at the most reasonable price. Any suggestions would be welcomed.

Anytime I merchandise my home I can’t help but think back to my Barbie house that my parents had made for me. It was built from cardboard, paint and the tiles and carpet that were left over from our own home renovations. I played with it everyday. Although “play” is used lightly. I always thought that the other kids who made voices and movements with their Barbies looked ridiculous so I would simply dress them and decorate their home. That was my version of playing. Little did I realize it would be foreshadowing 20 something years later when I became a personal stylist and retailer merchandiser. Oh, life!

 To see my full home tour from Home On The Runway shot by Tracey Ayton click HERE.

Living Room

Cube Shelf - Ikea
Coffee Tables - Ikea
Quote Prints - I See Noise Prints
Frames - Ikea
Plants – Old Faithful Shop
Planters – Ikea & Art Knapp
Stone Buddha – L’Atelier Home
Wicker Baskets - Ikea
Ceramic Skull – The Cross Decor & Design
Geometric Star – Front & Company

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Candles

Books

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I See Noise x Style By Mana

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Anytime I get a chance to help out a client decorate their home with I See Noise Prints, I jump at the opportunity! I have so much love for my prints that when someone wants to express their creativity with displaying them I just can’t help but want to see the final result.

Everyone displays them in different ways throughout their homes; bedrooms, bathrooms, closets, offices, you name it and they’ve probably placed a print there.

When Mana Mansour of Style By Mana contacted me about looking for some prints to revamp her office I just had to be a part. For those that are unaware, Mana Mansour is a Leo award-winning lifestyle television host, reporter & producer based in Vancouver. Mana may be small but her bigger than life personality fills a room – a well..very well decorated one. Seriously you guys, her home is stunning!

Here are a few snaps by the talented Ainsley Rose – we were so glad she could be with us on this day to document how Mana and I got together to throw around some creative vibes.

To see more images on how we styled Mana’s prints you can check out her post on Style By Mana HERE.

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All prints used in Mana’s office styling can be found on the I See Noise official shop or on Etsy.

All photos are by Ainsley Rose Photography.

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