Rebecca talks about her design aesthetic when designing The Laurel model home for Lindvest.
Rebecca talks to Beautiful Design Made Simple by Carpet One about her living room where she successfully merged his and her styles.
Interior designer Rebecca Hay shares insight on merging decor styles into a cohesive design.
Rebecca's own dining room is featured in BuzzBuzzHome's latest video with a focus on the vintage finds sprinkled around the room.
“People will sit here for hours and hours,” says designer Rebecca Hay, motioning to a solid maple wood dining table that seats 12. “We’ll drink wine and have conversations — it really feels like an inviting space where you want to stay for a long period of time.” Using a balanced blend of traditional and contemporary design elements, the aesthetic is a nod to the home’s 100-year-old history. Check out some of Rebecca’s favorite vintage finds and discover out how she used lighting and reflective surfaces to make the space feel larger.
BuzzBuzzHome interviewed Rebecca and showcased her century old home in this spectacular feature.
When interior designer Rebecca Hay purchased this century-old Toronto home with her then-fiancé (now husband), she was faced with the challenge of blending two very different decor styles. While Rebecca is more traditionally-minded, her husband favors contemporary pieces. In this living room tour, see how she effortlessly combined the old with the new, and get her tips on decorating with color.
Beautiful Design Made Simple by Carpet One interviewed Rebecca about the design of the gender neutral nursery she created for her little boy.
Join interior designer Rebecca Hay as she shares her tips on creating a uniquely beautiful nursery space while keeping the budget to a minimum.