Let’s Get Personal with Nikole Herriott in Toronto


DesignHome Herriott Grace unRaveled :: answers by Nikole Herriott


C:: Canadian is… equal parts summers at the cabin and winter walks through the snow.

A:: art in my home is… is a work in progress. i'm always adding, rearranging, looking at things in a new way.


N:: (my) neighborhood is… right in the heart of things, a bit busy for me some days, but i love it just the same.

A:: addiction…mine is… nice linens and antique markets, oh and champagne and sweets too.


D:: do-it-yourself projects I have done are… i recently started to refinish a set of bent wood chairs, they must have 4 layers of paint!


I:: interesting places in my city are… well, there are lots, but i think my favourite is allan gardens, it's a greenhouse with all different sorts of rooms with all different sorts of plants. one room that feels like the desert and another that feels like the coast. it's peaceful and still in the heart of the city, i love it.


A:: appetizer, my favorite is… something nibbly, crackers and cheese even. easy for summer and goes well with lazy drinks.

N:: new in my home is… a cool summer breeze, which i've missed through the hot days of june.


H:: hobby, I always make time for… walks in the park.

M:: magazines I love to browse… Another Magazine and The Art of Eating.


O:: outfit, my favorite thing to wear… at the moment, a simple summer dress.

E:: enjoy, I can't live without… travel by train and trips to the sea


……………Thank You Nikole……………

I The first time I saw the amazing work by Nikole Herriott was on her blog and I came across this fantastic cookie tutorial. Nikole works together with her father who lives 4600 km apart and they send each other packages…would you like to read more about this special relation, click here



Of course I had to invite Nikole for a Let's Get Personal tour, but I invited her at the same time as Grace from D*S and luckily for me Nikole had enough images to share some special corners of her home with us. I just love her home and believe her decorating and style are from a different world, truly trendsetting and new! {Images by Celine Kim and Nikole Herriott}

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Jutta

    What a beautiful home. It looks so warm and inviting. I love all the little details and how effortless it all looks.

  2. christie

    those shades of pink are really inspiring me to want to paint my bathroom or hallway. beautiful!

  3. Linz

    thanks for the interview. ya know…i’d taped up some vintage prints on my wall too, and it didn’t look right. but here…they look wonderful! i guess some people just have that magic touch…

  4. sonambula

    those feather calendar prints are beautiful – does anyone know where they’re from?

  5. Annie May

    It’s gorgeous and I love the peach, turquoise/seafoamy green and gold color combination. Truly peaceful.

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