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5 Inspiring Rooms Designed by Falken Reynolds

If the room has a mid-century or Scandinavian style, the team at Vancouver’s Falken Reynolds probably designed it.

(Photo: Ema Peter.)

1. Viewfinder

The breathtaking views of the Sunshine Coast’s Merry and Thormanby Islands are hard to ignore, but the homeowners’ collection of furniture (a Noguchi coffee table and a Saarinen Womb chair) also inspired the designer duo: Falken Reynolds played up the mid-century theme in as authentic a way as possible. See more of this gorgeous coastal cabin.

subway tile bathroom
(Photo: Ema Peter.)

2. The Big Apple

Every room in this New York-inspired condo, located in Vancouver’s Crosstown district, is spectacular (have you seen the aqua herringbone tile in the kitchen?), but it’s the Scandinavian-style bathroom that really caught out attention. The custom-built cabinet has four legs to look like furniture, creating a light and airy look. See more of this stylish condo.

Falken Reynolds Whistler Cabin
(Photo: Chad Falkenberg.)

3. Cabin Fever

Circa 1980, this Whistler cabin was covered with pine trim and green-and-white striped wallpaper; Falken Reynolds brought the open-concept space into the 21st century with light oak flooring, bright white walls and a chandelier made of resin faux antlers. See more of this Nordic-inspired mountain retreat.

(Photo: Lucas Finlay.)

4. Color Pop

In this New Westminster home, a mid-century modern bench is paired with bright, boldly patterned wallpaper in the entryway. It’s an aesthetic that can be found throughout: a bright green backsplash is paired with hickory cabinets in the kitchen, and a neon pink vanity can be found in the bathroom. See more of this cheerful renovation.

(Photo: Janis Nicolay.)

5. Neutrals Rule

Though the furniture is neutral—a camel-hued B&B Italia Lazy chair pairs with a beige sofa on a silvery Salari rug—this room is anything but bland. To wit: a Yue Minjun print lends a playful vibe and a geometric Tom Dixon lamp adds a touch of edginess. See more of this 110-year-old Vancouver townhouse.

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