Keeping it Bright and Light

New Zealander Kirsten Cameron and Canadian partner Manuelle Langlois’ Montreal apartment features in The Vancouver Sun’s weekly series ‘Shelter’. The “self-confessed mess-makers” take reporter Laurel Baker on a tour. “I like to have the bedroom really Spartan,” Cameron says. “Even having a painting in there … I think we put that up for a New Year’s party. It’s cool, but I would keep the bedroom even more Spartan than that. It was a gift from Manu’s mom … it has a New Zealand quality of light, which I really like.” Langlois says: “It’s white, minimal. Usually we like bright colours, but when we saw this space, it had to be white, airy and very clean.”


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Sabine Marcelis Wallpaper Designer of the Year

Sabine Marcelis Wallpaper Designer of the Year

Between fountains for Fendi, donut-shaped rugs, and a takeover of Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion, New Zealand-raised designer Sabine Marcelis has widened the spectrum of what light, glass and resin…