Our design pro shares her top 5 favourite looks

Cameron Homes in-house designer, Jennifer Hughes of Turquoise Chair Interior Design, was recently named one of the best interior designers in Edmonton by Best in Edmonton.

Of course we already knew she was the best, but in honour of her achievement we’ve asked her to share her top five favourite designs of all time. From condos to single-family homes to duplexes, Jennifer’s designs are always unique and exciting.

1. The ‘Sofia’ Open Concept Dining & Living Space

The ‘Sofia’ showcases unparalleled luxe living, with a huge gourmet kitchen, dining area, reading nook and living space all seamlessly flowing together. The reading nook and living space are separated by a marble two-way fireplace, accented with gorgeous velvet sofas, gold accents and pops of turquoise. The classic white kitchen features a unique arabesque backsplash and beautiful marble countertops.

This stunning look was a previous showhome in Keswick on the River!

2. The ‘Aven’ Kitchen

The ‘Aven’ wows with this moody kitchen, featuring black accents and modern features that you can’t help but take a second look at.

The dark grey cabinets are offset by the classic black herringbone backsplash, and matte black lighting and plumbing features. If you look close, you can see the ultra-modern black undermount sink at the large island.

3. Downtown Home Office

This urban home office was done for a private client through Turquoise Chair, in the high-rise Ultima building. Taking inspiration from the client’s personality, this empty space made the perfect home office.

“Gallery walls are a great way to add visual interest to a space,” says Jennifer Hughes. “You can make them completely unique to reflect your personal style.” This particular client loves Italian movies, bringing some fun to this gallery wall feature.

The bold accent chair and cowhide rug pull this room together, transforming it into a luxurious man cave.

4. The ‘Kaidence’ Entryway

This cheerful entry welcomes visitors to the basement suite of the ‘Kaidence’ single-family showhome in Cavanagh. The glamorous pink velvet settee is sourced from Structube in ‘Millenial Pink’, one of the top color trends of 2020, and accented with black and white throw cushions.

5. The ‘Katelyn’ Living Space

It’s hard to believe, but this enviable feature is in a duplex! The open space and luxurious accents create a spacious environment that feels much larger than it is.

Inspired by mid-century design, this luxe living room pairs a trendy velvet sofa with two stunning velvet chairs in a rich navy colour that makes the entire room’s neutral palette pop. Accented with gold and marble finishes and abstract black and white art it’s safe to say this is #livingroomgoals.