A while back I did an interview with Nadine Lerner of Bluedogz Designs and she was so generous with her answers, pictures and glimpses into her life I had to break the article up into two parts. The first part details how she got went from being a ballerina to a designer and offers a lot of honest advice to designers wanting to take the plunge and open their own business today.
Today’s article, really a picture essay shot by photographer, Lynn Poulin, is Part Two, and features pictures of the lovely loft Nadine shares with her daughter in downtown Montreal – one of my favorite cities! Her aesthetic is clean and calming with lots of toned neutrals.
- Ideas & Inspiration
- Life on the Lake
- On the Table
- Renovations from the Front
- Tips & Resources
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