Design

CITY HOME – Decoration Den’s Faves (& possibly your last minute gifts)

Two days of shopping left! Haven’t gotten a gift your for interior design-inclined friend? Check out the favourite items of these four experts that spend their time beautifying abodes. Meet our second from this year’s issue of City Home.

Cox_6119 By Valerie Keeler, Valberg Imaging
Natalie Cox, Decorating Den Interiors, the CPI Team. She began her career as a graphic designer, but Natalie Cox has always had a passion for decorating. “I was one of those kids who redesigned their room a few times a year,” she says. She spent years as a gifted amateur, helping her friends beautify their homes, before finally taking the plunge eight years ago and retraining as an interior decorator. A detailed interview and her intuitive sense of style allow her to glean her clients’ decor desires.

Ottawa Magazine

I collect Fiesta ware. I go with a friend twice a year to the Ottawa Antique & Vintage Market to see what catches my eye. This piece is pretty and functional. I have it on my nightstand as a jewellery holder. ottawaantiqueandvintagemarket.ca.

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This pendant light has a transitional feel, and I really like the interplay of the fabric and crystals. Available through Decorating Den Interiors, CPI Team.

MaxwellFabric'Abloom'

This striking fabric from Maxwell Fabrics is so beautiful! I don’t know where I’ll use it, but I know I will. Available through Decorating Den Interiors, CPI Team.

Ottawa Magazine

Soy candles from Terra 20 last forever, and you can reuse the enamel tin.

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Hello Yellow in Almonte is the cutest store! They carry pretty calendars from Rifle Paper Co., a stationery company from the United States.

OCM

I really love old jugs. This one is great for holding large floral arrangements. I picked it up at Gendron Antiques in Stittsville [closing in November]. They know me well.