The home is brimming with creativity. As an art director and graphic designer, Cecilia treats each room like a mood board, varying from the monochrome living room to the green graphic jungle of Maxime’s bedroom upstairs.
"For me, when creating a family home, it’s important that everyone feels welcome and included," explains Cecilia. "But also that we each have our own private space.” The children all have their own rooms upstairs, each furnished to reflect their personalities, passions, favourite colours and objects, and treasured memories.
For Victor, he still remembers the time that he helped dad build the wooden IVAR shelving unit in his room and how the pattern on his New York themed curtains was drawn by mum’s former teacher, the artist Christopher Corr. And Anais recalls painting the beautiful pastel mural on her bedroom wall with a friend.
“Our home is full of patterns, graphic art and lots of photos,” says Cecilia. “I think that the most important thing is that it’s personal and that it tells a story that’s interesting to the people that live in the home, as well as for the guests who visit.”