covet garden

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I received an email from Lynda Felton in which she told me about a beautiful online magazine that she launched together with friends Jessica Reid and Rhonda Riche. Their magazine Covet Garden takes a peek into the homes and lives of some of the city’s most interesting people—spaces that have not been styled by interior decorators and that above all else reflect the passions and interests of those who live there.

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The three friends about Covet Garden: “There are a lot of magazines and blogs that show cool interiors. But they always leave us feeling that we’re standing behind a rope, looking at the space like it’s a museum diorama. We started Covet Garden because we wanted to see a magazine that made us feel as though we were invited into someone’s home. And then, once they let us in, we started snooping around and got to know them a bit better.”

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All these images are from the beautiful house of Shelly and Brendon which is featured in Covet Garden. Together with their their cute baby daughter Clover they live in a lovely neighborhood in Toronto.

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You can read the entire article and see more images in Covet Garden. It is certainly worth checking out this magazine, I love it!!

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15 Responses to covet garden

  1. Love that baby room! I really appreciate seeing homes that are not professionally styled– I’m much more interested in a person’s point of view, shaped by their travels, heritage, etc. Thanks for sharing this!

  2. That nursery is gorgeous.

  3. thanks for sharing the site! absolutely loving it! eye candies!

  4. First, CLOVER?! That’s one of the most beautiful names I’ve ever heard!

    This mag is brilliant. Thank you for introducing it…I’m going to head over now to see more. It’s high time for some real interiors!

  5. I hope Shelley is reading these comments, because I’m really curious where they got this beautiful black painting above the bed. Love it!

  6. does anyone know where to get those fluffy balls hanging from the ceiling above the crib?

  7. Martha Stewart living has a tutorial for making those tissue paper pompoms. I recently made some for my sisters wedding.

  8. Isn’t a lovely magazine. I fell in love with the nursery and those huge paper pom poms and blogged about it too. So many great online magazines these days. Did you see Rue magazine? Also wonderful interior inspirtion.

  9. It’s so beautiful above the crib! What a great idea.

  10. great inspiration–and you’re right, the rooms are real and livable as well as beautiful. thanks for the lead to the new mag! i’m going to go check it out now!

  11. Such a lovely nursery! Love the colours!

  12. They were purchased from pomdecor.etsy.com

  13. I really like the crib. Where is it from?

  14. Cynthia Bruder

    Could you share the source for your sectional couch? It looks comfy and not oversized like so many out there. Thanks if you have a reply.

  15. Lovely!!!!! I like the world map in the dining room. Great idea!

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