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You know what makes design timeless? Gorgeous, functional storage.
we're never more thrilled than when we can peek behind the curtains into the homes of some of our favourite designers, and Alda Pereira's Vancouver home was a highlight in our January/February 2014 issue. Our 2010 Interior Designer of the Year's townhome has evolved four or five times since she's moved in, and It's likely changed since we photographed it, tooyet it feels fresh and current in these photos, a hallmark of Pereira's designs.
Alda Pereira (centre), husband Jon Kelly and daughter Allegra Kelly in her Vancouver home.
The avid collectorof stools, books, vintage cappuccino cups and serving traysensured that there was plenty of functional and beautiful storage in the space, including a sculptural, poppy red Cappellini storage unit. The people and the dog stay, not the furniture, she told us with a laugh.
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